Taubyte redefines cloud computing with its natively distributed architecture, shifting from traditional centralized services to a protocol-driven approach. This innovation allows for effortless horizontal scaling, robust performance and is a foundation for autonomy.

Name Service

Utilizing the Seer protocol, this feature revolutionizes DNS management within a distributed environment. Seer actively surveys a network of nodes, identifying the most efficient routing paths for enhanced domain resolution. Operating at the edge, it ensures rapid responses and effective resource management, essential for systems relying on distributed architectures for quick and efficient domain name resolutions.

Load Balancing

Combining the strengths of Seer for DNS and the Gateway protocol for HTTP, this approach to load balancing intelligently manages network traffic across a distributed architecture. Gateway’s real-time node performance evaluation ensures each request is directed to the most capable node, enhancing efficiency and reliability of distributed web architectures. This dual-protocol setup optimizes traffic distribution, ensuring seamless operational continuity.


The Tau Name Service (TNS) protocol functions as a dynamic, distributed registry, maintaining and replicating project manifests across a widespread network. This setup guarantees high availability of project information and facilitates rapid edge access, crucial for distributed applications that require fast and reliable access to project resources. TNS plays a vital role in ensuring seamless access and management of project details in a distributed environment.


The Auth protocol offers a robust solution for access control and secure data storage within a distributed network. Enhancing security and simplifying data management, it's a vital component in distributed environments where secure, efficient access control is paramount. Auth's distributed nature provides a secure framework for managing access, enhancing overall network integrity.


The Hoarder protocol autonomously and efficiently manages data replication across a network of distributed nodes, conforming to specific project configurations. Maintaining data integrity and consistent availability across distributed systems, it's crucial for data consistency in decentralized architectures. Hoarder ensures optimal data replication, enhancing reliability and performance in distributed networks.


The Patrick and Monkey protocols work in tandem to facilitate an effective CI/CD process across distributed networks. Patrick orchestrates git events and job queuing, while Monkey ensures the execution of these tasks. Streamlining the software development process, they provide efficient job management and execution in distributed environments, enhancing the development and deployment cycle.


Built on the libp2p Peer-to-Peer protocol, this networking solution provides a resilient and scalable infrastructure for distributed cloud computing. Supporting key functions like distributed discovery and content addressing, it forms a robust backbone for a range of distributed cloud services, ensuring reliable and efficient network connectivity and performance.


The Substrate protocol serves as a comprehensive execution layer across distributed cloud infrastructures. Handling various functions, from web service delivery to database management, Substrate ensures optimized service delivery and performance, making it a key player in distributed cloud computing environments. It's instrumental in enhancing operational efficiency and user experience.