Joyent focuses on "Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing",
and Sun have a long collaboration on Software and Hardware
([title="Joyent as Sun Customer - Online Infrastructure Provider Launches Hosted Storage Business with Low-Cost Combined Storage and Server Technology from Sun">1],
[title="Sun Customer Technology Snapshot: Online Infrastructure Provider Cuts Power and Cooling Costs by 60 Percent with Sun CoolThreads Technology">2],
[title="Sun and Joyent Social Application Program">3]).
One of the containers supported in
is GlassFish; see
[title=" GlassFish v3 Prelude on your Accelerator">4],
[title=" How to Install GlassFish (v2) on a Joyent Accelerator">5],
[title="Frameworks, Languages and Platforms Guide for Accelerators">6],
and the MySQL Appliance, plus the
Extensible Traffic Manager)
and GlassFish make a very good Java Stack.
We had covered
in earlier posts
(title="Joyent GlassFish Hosting - Post at TheAquarium">@TA,
title="Running GlassFish in Joyent - Post at MilesToRun">@MtR).