Nestybox creates software that enables Linux containers to act like virtual machines. This increases the use cases for containers and gives enterprises a less expensive and more flexible alternative to virtual machines in many scenarios. Our first product is a "container runtime", the software that creates the containers. It's called "Sysbox" and integrates with the popular Docker and Kubernetes engines, enabling these tools to deploy containers that act like virtual machines. This technology provides software engineers with an alternative to VMs, one that easier to use, much more efficiency, and easily migrated across clouds. Hacker News Launch: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24084758
Entrepreneur & software engineer. Driven by a passion to improve efficiency & ease-of-use of computer systems. This passion led me to co-found Nestybox, a company that is pushing Linux containers beyond apps and into the realm of VMs. Expertise & experience in: - Linux containers - Server virtualization - Operating systems - Computer hardware 20+ years of engineering experience (VMware and Integrated Device Technologies). Graduate of UC Irvine and SCU. Born in Lima, Peru.
Software Engineer with 20+ years of experience in distributed network systems, data-center infrastructure and cloud-native technologies (Linkedin, Ericsson, Juniper Networks, Lucent, Broadnet, etc). Co-founded Nestybox with the ultimate goal of maximizing compute utilization and portability while reducing infrastructure costs. B.S. Computer Science at University of Illinois. Changed countries almost as often as companies; spent a third of my live in each of these: Cuba (born), Spain, USA.