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The numbers don’t lie: 70% of CIO’s have a cloud first strategy Application deployments are forecast to double in the next 24 months, many of them 3rd AWS revenue has grown to ~$14B in just five years 3rd platform CAGR is 11.8%, meanwhile 2nd platform lags at -6.8% What this all means is simple. Multi-Cloud…

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Welcome RecoverX 2.0: Disruption Needs 30 people, Not 300+! Today, we announced our most innovative product ever, RecoverX 2.0. But before I talk about the why and the what of v2.0, I’d like to talk about the steps of our journey. To date with RecoverX v1.0, we made a very calculated first step towards building the…

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The backup industry has always had a compelling hypothesis: first, integrate the “control plane” and the “data plane” into a media server and second, optimize the data plane with variable length de-dupe in the form of a backup appliance: presto, now you can greatly reduce both capital and operational expenses. This hypothesis has served the…

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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…