Large, centralized datacenters are owned by just a few companies. They are only located in star topologies and energy-dense areas, and they are power-hungry.
The approach of adding more – people and layers – to achieve security is flawed.
With the demand for IT capacity growing tremendously, these methods are not build for the future. There are enough issues today.
Self-Driving IT. A decentralized peer-to-peer system inspired by nature.
Stateless nodes reduce hacking surface. Less human involvement means less chance for error.
Intelligent, self-healing cells manage workloads on the grid.
Lowest possible cost.
Less energy. More effective in storing data.
Can scale up to millions of nodes and can be distributed everywhere.