Compare Joyent Triton Compute vs. Oracle Ravello

Joyent Triton Compute is ranked 23rd in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS) while Oracle Ravello which is ranked 11th in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS). Joyent Triton Compute is rated 0, while Oracle Ravello is rated 0. On the other hand, Joyent Triton Compute is most compared with Amazon AWS, DigitalOcean and Microsoft Azure, whereas Oracle Ravello is most compared with Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Skytap Cloud.
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Triton Compute, Triton Compute Service, SmartMachines, Joyent SmartMachines
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Overview

Triton Compute Service allows you to securely deploy and operate containers with bare metal speed on the world's only container-native public cloud, powered by Triton.

Ravello is a cloud service that enables enterprises to run their VMware and KVM workloads, with datacenter-like (L2) networking, ‘as-is’ on the public cloud without any modifications. With Ravello, enterprises don’t need to convert their VMs or change their networking configuration to run their existing apps on the public cloud.

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Sample Customers
Couchbase, Riverbed, Modulus, Redapt, Dell, Clustrix, Intel, Dyn, Message Bus, Ubuntu, New Relic, Codesion, TelefonicaSimSpace, ironSource, Skyhigh Networks, Core Security, Red Hat, Clico, Symantec
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