There has been a shift of late to bare-metal cloud. The amount of companies popping up and starting to offer specialised services has risen in recent years and a horses for courses approach to cloud computing has become a growing trend. The way in which servers can be procured and paid for in a cloud computing operational model has meant that for those organizations looking for more grunt and raw performance, the choices now reach far beyond AWS, Azure, Google or Service Provider Clouds offering VMs or platform services.
Sushi Cloud aims to provide an alternative to larger hyperscale cloud providers, such as AWS, by offering bare metal infrastructure and a focus on customer service. The company aims to serve startups and small to medium-sized businesses, as well as the education market, particularly in the AI and machine learning space. The company’s mission to make the cloud more accessible, affordable, and understandable for everyone, with no hidden fees or agendas offering a viable alternative to the large hyperscale cloud providers that dominate the market.
This episode of GTwGT highlights the important role that companies like Sushi Cloud play in providing competition and choice in the cloud computing industry. By offering bare metal infrastructure and a customer-centric approach, Sushi Cloud is working to break the trend of large hyperscalers exploiting the market and providing a much-needed alternative for businesses and organizations.
If you’re interested in learning more about Sushi Cloud and their mission to make the cloud more accessible and affordable, be sure to tune in to this episode of Great Things with Great Tech below via YouTube, or embedded in the post above.
Talking AI and HPC Bare-metal with Shauna O’Flaherty:
In this episode I talk with Shauna O’Flaherty, Co-Founder and COO at Sushi Cloud. Sushi Cloud is a bare metal cloud computing company that aims to make the cloud more accessible, affordable, and understandable for everyone, with no hidden fees or agendas. The company was founded by Shauna O’Flaherty, who has a background in consulting and AI-driven fintech, and Aron Saether Jackson, a 20-year veteran in the hardware industry. Sushi Cloud aims to provide an alternative to the large hyperscale cloud providers, such as AWS, by offering bare metal infrastructure and a focus on customer service. The company aims to serve startups and small to medium-sized businesses and the education market focusing on AI/ML workloads. Shauna and I have a great conversation about how Sushi Cloud want to break the trend of the public cloud hyperscalers exploiting the market while offering no price competition.
Sushi Cloud was founded in 2022 and is head quartered in Mountain View, California.
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☑️ Technology and Technology Partners Mentioned: AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, Microsoft, AMD, AI, ML, Service Provider
☑️ Raw Talking Points:
- Company background on founders
- Gaming and Venture Backgrounds
- Aaron parralell the gaming industry
- Problem statement
- Anti AWS and cloud alternatives
- Price Shock
- Egress charges
- bare metal
- Use cases for servers AI/ML
- AMD EPYC
- Antitrust and monopoly
- WASABI link
- Who is using us Vertices
- MIT Advisor
- Tech for good WSJ link
- School Labs Start-ups
☑️ Web: https://www.sushi.cloud/
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☑️ WSJ Article: https://www.sushi.cloud/
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