Introduction to StackOS

The Decentralized Cloud revolution begins with us.

StackOS is a cross-chain open protocol built on Skynet that allows individuals and organizations to share their computing resources and collectively offer a decentralized cloud; where developers around the world can deploy any full-stack application, decentralized app, blockchain private nets, and main net nodes.

We aim to provide the world with “The Unstoppable Infrastructure Protocol”, which will allow any person across the world to deploy their application without incurring heavy cloud management costs and freely run any application they wish to run. StackOS furthermore intends to help brick and mortar businesses around the globe, to go online cost-effectively and securely with minimal technical overhead.

What can I run on StackOS?

StackOS Compute can run any workload based on a Docker Image. This means StackOS can run the exact same software you run on AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud.

Can StackOS reduce wasted compute?

If you run your own Kubernetes cluster, you are responsible for arranging spare servers for growth and covering any failures. With StackOS, spare servers to help you scale or replace broken servers are automatically provided.

How fast is StackOS?

StackOS uses top-of-the-line CPU processors and servers.

We can launch a website based on a Docker image from beginning to end in less time than it takes to configure the credit card for your Amazon Account. This is the power of decentralization.

Is StackOS robust?

StackOS provides Kubernetes-based management "out of the box". Kubernetes is created by Google and ensures that and associated sites work 24x7x365.

Why StackOS over centralized compute?

If your project is a decentralized application, your blockchain data is likely "decentralized". However, the front-ends of systems (and some backend services) often run on centralized compute, open to censorship and other factors.

StackOS does not ask who you are, so you can run any workload you wish, completely anonymously.

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