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Story of Quay

Story of Quay

Jake Moshenko and Joey Schorr didn't set out to build a business around container image storage. However, soon after leaving the Google API team for startup life, they stumbled upon a need that redefined their business.

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Aporeto

Aporeto's SaaS platform, launched in 2017, enables companies at any scale to accelerate their migration to the cloud simply and safely.

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CNCF

Since it was founded in 2014, Kubernetes has grown into one of the highest-velocity projects in the history of open source.

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Platform9

Just as the news hit that Dropbox had saved ~$75 million by leaving Amazon Web Services, Platform9 was making the move to Packet.

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Lix

See why Lix is able to spend more time focusing on their product by running their Kubernetes-based application on Packet.

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Cycle

Cycle simplifies the deployment and management of infrastructure for their customers by building on top of Packet bare metal.

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OneSignal

The cost of processing 1.2 billion daily notifications on their growing platform drove OneSignal to switch to Packet. The results? Read on!

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NS1

This leading traffic management & DNS provider found the perfect combination of bleeding-edge automation and access to raw hardware

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White Ops

How this leader in click-fraud fights off bots in 5 milliseconds flat by squeezing each drop of speed out of their infrastructure.

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Baremetrics

Founder Josh Pigford and his team wanted to simplify things, so they turned to Packet to get more power without expanding operational staff.

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Grafana

For a company obsessed with metrics (and run by open source developers!), choosing cloud providers is far more that gut instinct.

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GeoSpace Labs

In preparation for a new law that meant huge growth, this Colorado-based fleet safety startup set their trackers on Packet to meet demand.

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Resin.io

After experiencing the pain of updating a slew of smart garbage bins, Resin's founders built a platform to easily manage devices remotely.

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Supergiant

How this startup used Armv8 servers to squash down infrastructure costs during a free trial of their managed Kubernetes service.

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Hatch

With a specialty ARM-server need (and an allergic reaction to latency), this mobile-gaming spinoff out of Rovio and Packet were sure to meet.

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