What a week! This startup thing is a lot of fun, but also much more work than having a regular job. So this week we’ve spent a lot of time building the beta live carbon ratings engine, which should go live by the start of Big Data Week on Monday. Bruce is coding like a […]
Today is the first day of full time work on Mastodon C for the whole team (all two of us). Our first big goal is to get a fine-looking demo and the free cloud ratings service up. It’s Big Data Week next week where we’ll be doing plenty of talks about green cloud computing, and hopefully getting […]
We need test pilots! We have a free low-carbon cloud recommendation service ready in private beta, and need existing Hadoop users to try it out. Even if you only use AWS, we can still find you the best AWS location for your job – there are huge differences in emissions even just between US East […]
So it’s almost a month since we made the beta version of Mastodon C which won the AMEE London Green Hackathon 2012, and seems like the excitement just keeps building. We are incredibly excited about the potential of our project – we really could make cloud computing significantly greener with this. We entered the Digital London […]
We’ve been having fun today calculating how to move jobs around in the day and night based on local temperatures. We heart playing with graphs. For example, AWS Sao Paulo has a very green local energy grid so is generally a good choice, but it’s hot (27c daytime max this time of year), so the server cooling […]
We had a great time building Mastodon C at The London Green Hackathon. It was great getting validation for our carbon saving ideas from AMEE. You can see our presentation and the feedback from the judges here. We’re really proud to have won Best Hack and the peoplefund.it award. Now to our first next steps!
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