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State your name and title: Paramita Das, Director of Engineering. Where are you from? Fremont, CA. What were you up to before Datos IO? Prior to joining Datos IO, I have led engineering teams for technology leaders like NetApp, Veritas and Microsoft…

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By design or by accident, multi-cloud is a reality that most enterprise IT teams have to cope with today. Multi-cloud (or, cross-cloud as Dell EMC calls it) refers to an IT model where an organization uses services of one or more public cloud service providers, sometimes in addition to using its own data centers. In…

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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…