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iEx.ec Virtual Machine Management

To continue Oleg Lodygensky‘s series of articles introducing the technology behind the iEx.ec Blockchain-based Distributed Cloud, this article presents the iExec Virtual Machine Management. Introduction As described in a previous article, iExec belongs to the well known paradigm of global computing platforms that implement a three tier architecture where a set of centralized services are instantiated and[…]

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iEx.ec Network Virtualization

To introduce the technology behind the iEx.ec Blockchain-based Distributed Cloud, this article presents the iEx.ec network virtualization, written by Oleg Lodygensky. iEx.ec belongs to the well known paradigm of global computing platforms that implement a three tier architecture, where a set of centralized services are instantiated and reachable through an Internet connection by decentralized services: the[…]

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We’ll be participating at BePositive exhibition in March 8-10

La SBA partenaire du salon BePOSITIVE ! BePOSITIVE, le salon de la performance énergétique et environnementale des bâtiments et territoires Evolution des marchés, décloisonnement des métiers et des filières, exigences environnementales… Un des grands rendez-vous de la performance des bâtiments et des territoires :500 exposants, 30 000 professionnels. De vraies valeurs ajoutées par le leadership sur les énergies[…]

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iEX.ec featured in themerkle.com

iEX.ec Introduced Blockchain-based Distributed Cloud Computing iEx.ec presented a working demo of the world’s first distributed cloud computing network at the European Ethereum Conference EDCON this week. The French startup aims to be the first to market with a new technology that uses blockchain smart contracts to redesign cloud computing. Full article:https://themerkle.com/iex-ec-distributed-cloud-computing/ Reddit discussion thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/iexec/

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Blockchain and distributed computing at the service of reducing the environmental footprint

The Avalon research team, a joint team between Inria, CNRS, ENS de Lyon and the University Lyon1, in collaboration with the start-up Stimergy, is proposing a new distributed Cloud approach. This approach notably opens up prospects in the field of optimising the use of data centers with a reduction in their environmental footprint. More :[…]