Carbon aware software
Using real-time data about electricity around the world, we annotated network connections with carbon-intensity. With this information, any digital infrastructure provider can move their compute workloads to greener regions.
This post is the first in a series exploring how to start auditing the sustainability of a website. This post focuses on addressing the carbon emissions of website hosting.
Today sees our friends at the Green Software Foundation launch their most impactful hackathon yet, Carbon Hack 22! This Hackathon invites software developers globally to… The Green Software Foundation Carbon Hack – 13 Oct – 10 Nov
A look at some approaches and tools using with Kubernetes and Nomad that can be used to shift workloads by location or time to achieve carbon aware scheduling.
There are lots of ideas from the energy sector that we can use to help think about greening digital infrastructure. Here, we look at demand curves.
For the last few weeks, we’ve been working on a project with the folks who build sitespeed.io, a popular open source web performance tool. We’ve… How to build a more sustainable web with a little help from sitespeed.io
In earlier posts we spoke about Platform, and Process as levers for a lower carbon internet. In this post we’ll talk about the impact of… Packets: yet another lever for a low carbon internet
In this piece I’ll introduce you to a mental model you can use, if you are building digital products (like websites or apps), and you… Provisioning and Providers – two levers for a lower carbon internet