We're an independent Los Angeles, California company dedicated to running EOS block producers and building out the EOS open-source landscape. Our team is composed of engineers with years of cloud infrastructure and distributed systems experience. We aim to harness that to bring enterprise-grade reliability to the EOS project.
We will initially run block producers in both Amazon and Google clouds, with planned support for more. Our initial buildout will feature technology that enables block producer failover between different clouds. This ensures that cloud computing providers are never single points of failure. The system will build upon the state of the art in cloud infrastructure, using technologies such as Kubernetes and Etcd.
Our mission is to advance the EOS open-source ecosystem, and we plan on open-sourcing all of our projects, starting with our block producer failover system. Using our technology, the EOS network will be able to run with unmatched reliability.
We will sponsor developers to develop tools for EOS using the block reward revenue. These sponsorships will initially be towards developers working on open-source Active EOS projects. However, we will eventually extend this to developers working on the EOS ecosystem at-large. We plan on having an open application process for finding developers in need of sponsorship.
We run the Meetup group LA Decentralized Web, which gathers developers to discuss technical aspects of decentralized technologies. We plan on sponsoring EOS and decentralized web-themed events through it.
This project enables an organization to run block producers in many different clouds. When an active block producer fails, the software will detect it and promote a standby block producer to take its place, potentially across cloud boundaries. This leads to extremely redundant block producer setups.
This project contains Helm charts for running EOS nodes, including block producers, on Kubernetes clusters. It can be used in development and production environments, and it supports many important features out of the box, such as automatic TLS through Let's Encrypt.
CEO & Infrastructure Architect
David is an experienced engineer and technologist, with a background in cloud infrastructure and distributed systems. David has worked at companies such as Dollar Shave Club, Yelp, and Splice. David studied computer science at Harvey Mudd College.
Full-stack Development Lead
Eleanor is a chemist-turned-software engineer, specializing in backend software. Eleanor currently works at Dollar Shave Club in Los Angeles, CA, and has a master’s degree in chemistry from UCLA.
Abraham is a seasoned technical and customer support manager. Abraham currently works for NationBuilder in Los Angeles, CA, and has a degree in political economy from UC Berkeley.