DistributedWeb's Container Environments

Container Orchestration Environments (COE)

DistributedWeb.io's Cloud consists of decentralized container orchestration environments (COE), hosted by various Infrastructure Providers (a.k.a. COE Owners) who participate in our ecosystem and the decentralized autonomous organizations behind it. The Container Orchestration Environments (COE) store CNFTS and receive rewards, based on the COE resource usage. See who provides COEs to DistributedWeb.io and become distributed web Infrastructure Providers.

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Provide Container Orchestration Environment (COE) to DistributedWeb.io. Become DAO member and co-owner of the projects and earn DWEB tokens.


Questions & Answers

What is DistributedWeb?

DistributedWeb.io (DistributedWeb) is a decentralized blockchain-scheduled container orchestration system that can be described as a Decentralized Blockchain-scheduled Container Orchestration System (DBsCOS). It features:

  • - System for a decentralized blockchain-scheduled containerized stateful application
  • - Decentralized container scheduling
  • - Container Orchestration Environments (COE), also called “COE Hosts” managed by the Decentralized container scheduler
  • - Decentralized container and code tracking and delivery
  • - Non-fungible token (NFT) signed code
  • - NFT-signed code repository
  • - NFT-signed container images
  • - Code deployment with tokenized tracking
  • - Blockchain-based decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) functionality that allows open source communities to redistribute rewards.
    • The DistributedWeb.io's DBsCOS intellectual property rights are protected by a USPTO patent pending application 17/701,505

The DistributedWeb.io's Decentralized Blockchain-scheduled Container Orchestration System (DBsCOS) is implemented through a distributed hybrid mesh network and blockchain controlled scheduling and resource allocation. The “Decentralized container and code tracking and delivery” is implemented through a non-fungible token (NFT) signed code, NFT-signed code repository, NFT-signed container images, and code deployment with tokenized tracking.

Containers used by the DBsCOS are standard Docker, Podman, Cri-o, Containerd compatible container images.

The Problem

In the current state of the IT industry, the majority of corporations including the Big Tech use open source software as a backbone of their operations, making trillions of dollars from software solutions created by open source code creators and developers. Those creators and developers, however, do not receive the deserved earnings for their creativity and ingenuity. Open Source developers power the whole technology industry. The business of Alphabet (Google), Apple, Oracle, Salesforce, Meta (Facebook), eBay, Yahoo and many other corporations is built on top of an open source code. Everyone uses Linux, Apache, PHP, Python, Ruby, JavaScript, MySQL and PostgreSQL databases and other open source software. Revenue in the Software market is projected to reach $626.50 billion at the end of 2022 and to rise to $824.78 billion in 2026. The technology corporations generate huge profits leveraging open source software. They do not return a fair share of their profits back to the open source developers. The technology industry takes advantage of them. Many open source projects have large user bases but do not have the financial and organizational capacity to address various issues in a timely manner. When there is an issue of any kind, users expect open source developers to respond and resolve it immediately. However, very few acknowledge the necessity of compensating the developers for their efforts.

The Solution

The solution is DistributedWeb.io. It provides a unique opportunity to open source developers to get the deserved recognition and to get rewarded for their creativity. It makes this happen by creating a code repository and container registry, which allow open source developers to host their software code in built-on-top-of-the-code containers, and to use unique non-fungible token (NFT) signatures, thus enabling the code usage to be tracked and accounted for. DistributedWeb also provides open source license, code and content repository to the software creators, and protects their intellectual property rights by signing the code with a non-fungible token (NFT) that preserves their rights.

The Problem

The model of using IT services – IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, FaaS, etc. - as it has been introduced in the previous decade presents a major technological challenge for businesses – Cloud Lock-in. Despite being built on open source, the cloud service providers, including AWS, Azure and Google create and use proprietary technology layers that make communication with external IT frameworks quite complex. This results in Cloud Lock-in - operational incompatibility, increased cost and a growing dependency for hundreds of millions of businesses worldwide.

The Solution

The solution is DistributedWeb.io. It solves the problem described above by allowing owners of compute power and resources to participate in a large scale plug and play technology ecosystem. DistributedWeb creates an open, safe and fast ecosystem that features native decentralization and distribution of computing tasks. It creates a plug and play environment for application owners and computing resource providers. DistributedWeb.io's Decentralized Blockchain-scheduled Container Orchestration System (DBsCOS) is a cloud infrastructure agnostic decentralized platform. It is powered by a network of providers – COE Hosts (also called Container Orchestration Environments, abbreviated COE). The network features enterprise-level performance and security. All together COE Hosts create the world's largest enterprise-class distributed web network of independent, coequal business entities. COE can be deployed on top of any bare-metal infrastructure, private cloud or public cloud such as AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, or any other IaaS provider. The DistributedWeb.io forms a globally distributed enterprise-grade application hosting and storage platform, built on container orchestration, distributed file system, smart contract and blockchain architecture.

The Problem

There is centralization, hierarchical and often unfair distribution of revenue inside those business entities and organizations that create open source software. Software developers contribute open source code to certain communities without being rewarded for their contribution or by getting a one-off reward.

The Solution

DistributedWeb enables open source projects and communities to use DistributedWeb.io's blockchain to create decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) that make possible for developers to earn rewards and royalties based on their contribution and code execution, on a recurring basis.

Yes! The Container Orchestration Environments (COE), run by COE Hosts, use immutable OS images. The immutable images are hosted in a container registries used by the DBsCOS. The immutable images are named COE/OS. The COE/OS are signed with non-fungible token (NFT) for the purpose of securing the COEs immutability, thus ensuring the security of the entire ecosystem.

Open source developers earn the deserved monetary compensation for their work based on execution and usage of their code. They can also organize and self-govern their own DAOs.

DistributedWeb.io's Decentralized Blockchain-scheduled Container Orchestration System (DBsCOS) enables open source code to be signed and its execution to be tracked with a non-fungible token (NFT). The DBsCOS uses Non-Fungible Token Signed Code Repository (NFTSCR). This is a code repository, in which the computer code is signed by a unique NFT. The NFT serves for tracking of code execution. Tracking function records code execution in every Container Orchestration Environment (COE) and the consumed resources (CPU, Memory, Storage, Network Bandwidth, Data Transfer). The NFTSCR owners receive rewards in digital tokens according to the recorded execution. Furthermore, pieces of code, for example a container image composer file, stored in the different NFTSCRs, altogether compose a container that has NFT as a unique identifier – Container Non-Fungible Token Signed (CNFTS). Every code contributor and NFT owner can create their own decentralized autonomous organization DAO on top of the decentralized blockchain and to redistribute reward coins according to the DAO's articles of organization.

Infrastructure owners supply computing resources on a plug-and-play basis and get compensated for providing IaaS services.

The DBsCOS tracks the available unassigned computing resources (CPU, Memory, Storage, Network Bandwidth, Data Transfer) in each COE. The system also calculates the deployed containers and the computing resources used by each container, and calculates the amount of digital tokens needed to be paid to COE Host owners in their associated token wallets. The User that orders execution of a container with predefined parameters (CPU, Memory, Storage, Network Bandwidth, Data Transfer) is charged for the services by deduction of digital tokens from their wallet, and blockchain assigns those tokens to the COE owner's wallet, in accordance with the provided resources.

Users get access to enterprise-grade, fairly priced computing services. They also use secure, out-of-the-box solutions and instant access to the latest software versions of the most used Open Source software applications that feature built-in CI/CD pipeline, and auto-patching rolling upgrades].

By design the Decentralized Blockchain-scheduled Container Orchestration System (DBsCOS) provides high availability and business continuity to Users and application owners. DBsCOS uses blockchain-coordinated scheduling of containers across multiple decentralized Container Orchestration Environments (COE), hosted by COE Hosts.


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