OptDyn, creators of Subutai – the world’s first intelligent Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Cloud computing platform, announced the release of Subutai 7.0.
Subutai is able to disrupt, decentralize and commoditize Cloud Computing and the Internet of Things (IoT). This allows users to participate in a crypto shared economy through an energy-efficient cryptocurrency mining system and renting unused computing resources.
The Subutai ecosystem consists of:
- Subutai PeerOS – This is an open source, container-based P2P Cloud and IoT software.
- Subutai Bazaar – The marketplace created to buy and sell computing resources and aps.
- Subutai Blockchain Router – This is a power-efficient broadband Cloud router and IoT gateway that works as a plug-and-play crypto wallet and mining device.
- KHAN – This is an Ethereum Blockchain-based reserve currency token that is used across the Subutai Platform.
Alex Karasulu, CTO and Founder of OptDyn, commented:
“Subutai 7 is production ready with several new features to bring P2P cloud computing to the masses. We are continually improving Subutai’s functionality, scalability, and usability to realize our long range vision and support future user demands. Subutai 7 unlocks years of development to the platform’s infrastructure, making it an essential upgrade for individual and commercial users to instantly conquer the cloud.”
The most important enhancements and updates are:
- Usability improvements at the Bazaar and Control-Center
- Blockchain Smart Contracts for Service Level Agreements
- P2P fast-warm up
- Default CoW (copy-on-write) file systems uses ZFS
- Standard Debian Packaging; and template versioning
- Numerous stability improvements and bug fixes
Subutai is platform of collaborative consumption – something similar to what Aribnb used with rental homes, but applied to the Cloud and IoT. Some individuals call it ‘shared economy.’ Anyone can buy and sell resources from anyone else and Subutai connects those selling resources with those running applications needing the resources.