Secure Data as a Service – Delphix acquires DMsuite

Posted by Michael Logan on

Here is a copy of the letter I sent out to all our great clients: ——————————————————————— To all our Customers, I wanted to personally reach out to all of you to oficially announce that DMsuite has been acquired by Delphix ( www.delphix.com ).  The two companies have been working closely together for a couple of years and…

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Surviving Your Summer: Getting that 120% people are always talking about.

Posted by Amanda Merriweather on

Written by Elizabeth Liu (Rice ’15 and former Delphix intern joining Delphix full time this Summer) Summer internships provoke a couple of different feelings – for me, they were mostly excitement and anticipation. I was interning in an entirely new city (San Francisco!), knowing very few people, and with no idea of what to expect…

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My first Engineering Kickoff at Delphix – hackathon

Posted by Peter Villim on

I recently joined Delphix as a member of the technical staff after graduating from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a Masters in Computer Science. I wrote a blog post at the end of the past summer about my experience interning here, and what a great time I had. I chose to come back…

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Ramping Up: One Intern’s Journey into Backup & Restoration

Posted by Amanda Merriweather on

Written by Matthew Krantz (Dartmouth, ’16) The moment I first arrived at Delphix, I knew I was in for an amazing three months. I felt at home in the office before I even sat down at my desk. People went out of their way to say hello, show me around, and offer me bits of…

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Earth Day at Delphix

Posted by Ann Togasaki on

In celebration of Earth Day, on April 23, Delphix contributed half a day at Bedwell Bayfront Park in Menlo Park.  Just a few short miles from Delphix Headquarters, Bedwell Park is a landfill site converted into a lovely park that is well used by hikers, joggers, kite flyers, and mountain bikers. A special feature of the park…

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The importance of exposing STEM to young girls

Posted by Amanda Merriweather on

Today, the majority of college graduates are women (57%), yet women only make up 20% of bachelors degrees in Computer Science and Engineering. Young students – boys and girls alike – start to find hobbies and form strong interests around adolescence. This makes middle school an impressionable and very important time to expose students to…

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Want to spin up a virtual Oracle Data Guard configuration in a few minutes?

Posted by Steve Lee on

If you are one of the many Oracle Enterprise Edition customers, chances are you may know about Oracle Data Guard. Many Oracle customers use Data Guard for their disaster recovery protection, as well as for high availability through nifty features like Fast-Start Failover (FSFO). Mission critical production databases are often large in size. Creating one…

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Hybrid Cloud and Migration Architectures

Posted by Dan Kimmel on

One of the interesting things that happens when you’re on the engineering team of an enterprise software product is that many people you speak to (potential customers, candidates you’re interviewing, your mom) have read the company’s marketing material but don’t understand what the product actually does. They get lost in the messaging: “Okay, you say…

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Why Docker Is Not Enough

Posted by Neil Batlivala on

Testing changes against a production app is hard. This is because cloning can be a very cumbersome and slow process. Common processes for cloning an app are snapshot/restore a vm, tar/scp/untar files, and backup/restore database(s) and any of these steps may also require you to go through IT. This problem is compounded in data driven…

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