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State your name and title: Ben Lewis – Director of Sales. Where are you from? Cupertino, CA. What were you up to before Datos IO? I have in depth experience in technology sales including selling to CIO, CFO, COO as well as working up through organizations through various entry points. Prior to Datos IO, I was at DataStax for 4.5 years.

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Imagine a factory building 100,000 units a day, and you can see how a small error can have huge consequences. Now imagine that factory is a database. The world’s top smartphone maker this month pulled the plug on its $882 Galaxy Note 7 after phones overheated and caught fire, concluding in a disastrous recall for…

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This is the final part of a 3-part series where I explain CODR, the secret sauce behind our product. In my previous two posts here and here, I explained both the origins and core tenants of the Consistent Orchestrated Distributed Recovery (CODR) architecture. I provided context for the need of a purpose-built scale-out data management…

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This is Part II of a 3-part series where I will explain in detail both the origins and core tenants of the Consistent Orchestrated Distributed Recovery (CODR) architecture that powers Datos IO RecoverX. In my previous post, I explained the need for ground-up architecture like CODR, and in this blog I will provide an architecture overview…

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Introduction New-age non-relational databases enable rapid development of next-generation, cloud applications—but at a cost where these next-generation databases lack enterprise-class recovery solutions, putting enterprises at risk of data loss. Non-relational databases (NoSQL, Cloud, Key-Value, Graph, and others) offer capabilities such as cross data-center replication, but these features address availability requirements only and do not provide…

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Python intends to remove a lot of the complexity of memory management that languages like C and C++ involve. It certainly does do that, with automatic garbage collection when objects go out of scope. However, for large and long running systems developed in Python, dealing with memory management is a fact of life. In this…