Joyent and Cloud9 Partner to Provide Ready-to-Deploy Node.js IDE

Joyent and Cloud9 Partner to Provide Ready-to-Deploy Node.js IDE

JavaScript and Node.js™ inventors join to provide web app developers with one-stop cloud development and deployment

San Francisco, CA and Amsterdam, NL – July 13, 2011 – In an arrangement that brings together the work of JavaScript inventor Brendan Eich and Node.js inventor Ryan Dahl, Joyent and Cloud9 IDE, Inc. today announced an agreement to provide web application developers with a one-stop cloud development and deployment platform for Node.js applications from within the Cloud9 IDE (Integrated Development Environment).

The Cloud9 IDE, a state-of-the-art IDE that runs in the browser and lives on Joyent’s public cloud, JoyentCloud.com, allows developers to run, debug and deploy applications from anywhere, anytime. This joint effort gives developers ready access to a premium IDE at no cost for pre-production use, and includes support for commercial use.

Developers can self-provision their Joyent Node.js SmartMachines from within the Cloud9 IDE and immediately begin testing on their Node.js-based application. Once an application is ready for production, developers are able to purchase commercial cloud services that ensure scalable, successful deployment.

“If you want to see the future of cloud computing, this is it. Joyent has the complete cloud data center software stack and we have the cloud-based IDE for JavaScript, which is the language used by over three-quarters of websites today and is a key part of the explosion of mobile apps,” said Cloud9 IDE CEO Ruben Daniels. “The new integrated solution lets you create your development project in Cloud9, and then test and run your code on the Joyent architecture. You don’t have to create a new Joyent account – Joyent automatically accepts the login and billing information from your Cloud9 IDE account.

We want to provide developers with the best tools for developing next-generation web applications, and this partnership does just that,” said David Young, Joyent CEO. “The combination of the Node.js IDE and Joyent cloud make it effortless for a developer to get an app up and running in the cloud quickly and successfully.”

Please join Joyent Chief Evangelist Tom Hughes-Croucher and Cloud9 IDE, Inc. CTO Rik Arends in a webinar discussion about this partnership on Wednesday, July 20 at 10 AM Pacific time.

About Cloud9 IDE
Cloud9 IDE, the first cloud-based commercial Integrated Development Environment, enables web and mobile developers to work together in remote teams anywhere, anytime. With the rise of JavaScript and the explosion of mobile apps, Cloud9 IDE is leading the revolution with Development as a Service (DaaS) for Node.js, supporting both JavaScript and HTML5. Founded by Ruben Daniels and Rik Arends in 2010, the company, based in San Francisco and Amsterdam, received additional funding from Accel Partners and Atlassian. To learn more about Cloud9 IDE, please visit www.cloud9IDE.com.

About Joyent
Joyent is a global cloud computing software and service provider that offers an integrated technology suite designed for service providers, enterprises, and developers. Joyent licenses its cloud software to service providers that include Dell, FirstServer Softbank and Uniserve, who in turn provide cloud services and products to their own customers. Powered by Joyent Smart Technologies, JoyentCloud.com delivers public cloud services to some of the most innovative companies in the world, including LinkedIn, Gilt Groupe and Kabam. Joyent offerings also include Platform-as-a-Service based on Node.js, the open source server-side JavaScript development environment that has been embraced by enterprises and telcos around the world. A global ecosystem of leading technology partners assists Joyent in enabling customers to leverage the performance, scalability, reliability and security inherent in the company’s cloud solutions. For more information, visit http://www.joyent.com.

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