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Fly.io

Fly is a global JavaScript platform that gives you the power to build your own CDN. Write, test, and run code locally. Then deploy it everywhere and watch it scale.

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DNSFilter

DNSFilter provides cloud-based web content filtering and threat protection for IT professionals and Managed Service Providers.

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NRE Labs

NRE Labs offers a browser-based, fast-track learning platform for network reliability engineers.

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LogDNA

Built on Kubernetes, LogDNA combines a top-notch developer experience with solutions for the modern enterprise.

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Arm
Sprint

Designing a platform for the Business-to-Disruptor (B2D) generation requires a new kind of network that can be deployed anywhere.

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OCaml

OCaml Labs was created with a simple mission: to build reliable, secure, scalable computer systems using understandable programming languages.

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Section

Achieve exceptional performance, scalability and security with the Edge PaaS built for modern engineering teams.

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OpenNebula

An active open source project and an enterprise-ready platform for managing private and hybrid cloud resources in the data center

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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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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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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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Kernel.org
Quay

Why the founders of Red Hat Quay.io turned to Packet for an Amazon-style experience delivered on bare metal.

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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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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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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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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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Balena

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

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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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Arm
Sprint

Designing a platform for the Business-to-Disruptor (B2D) generation requires a new kind of network that can be deployed anywhere.

Read Story
Fly.io

Fly is a global JavaScript platform that gives you the power to build your own CDN. Write, test, and run code locally. Then deploy it everywhere and watch it scale.

Read Story
Section

Achieve exceptional performance, scalability and security with the Edge PaaS built for modern engineering teams.

Read Story
Aporeto

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

Read Story
Lix

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

Read Story
OneSignal

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

Read Story
NS1

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

Read Story
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.

Read Story
Quay

Why the founders of Red Hat Quay.io turned to Packet for an Amazon-style experience delivered on bare metal.

Read Story
Baremetrics

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

Read Story
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.

Read Story
Balena

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

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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.

Read Story
DNSFilter

DNSFilter provides cloud-based web content filtering and threat protection for IT professionals and Managed Service Providers.

Read Story
NRE Labs

NRE Labs offers a browser-based, fast-track learning platform for network reliability engineers.

Read Story
LogDNA

Built on Kubernetes, LogDNA combines a top-notch developer experience with solutions for the modern enterprise.

Read Story
OCaml

OCaml Labs was created with a simple mission: to build reliable, secure, scalable computer systems using understandable programming languages.

Read Story
OpenNebula

An active open source project and an enterprise-ready platform for managing private and hybrid cloud resources in the data center

Read Story
CNCF

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

Read Story
Cycle

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

Read Story
Kernel.org
Grafana

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

Read Story
Supergiant

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

Read Story