Profiles in Delphix Engineering: Matt Amdur and the future of software defined storage

Posted by Tom Foremski on

By Darci Moore The opportunity to solve hard business problems and work alongside exceptionally talented people is what attracted Matt Amdur to join the Delphix engineering team back in August 2011. As he nears his four-year anniversary his interest in his work shows no signs of waning. “It’s exciting to have the opportunity to define…

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Delphix project wins award from top IT publication

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Computer Weekly, a leading European IT publication, announced Delphix customer European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), as the winner of the “Best datacentre project of the year.”  Genomic data promises to revolutionize health care because treatments can be customized. However, it requires processing massive amounts of data. EMBL-EBI has more than 50 petabytes of data and this is doubling every…

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The explosion in app development and CIO job insecurity

Posted by Tom Foremski on

Chief Information Officers have a tough job and a short-lasting one largely because of problems in securing their company from cyber attacks. Security breaches don’t look good on a resumé. I was at a recent roundtable discussion organized by Actian, a Big Data analysis company focused on Hadoop in the enterprise. A study commissioned by…

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Delphix Hackathon June 2015

Posted by Rahul Nair on

For the past few years the Delphix Engineering team has been holding hackathons where all the engineers get together and build fun and interesting projects. They are held during our biannual Engineering Kickoffs and have the additional advantage of having the engineering team co-located in the same office. Our last hackathon was such a rousing…

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The long pain-point for innovation in the enterprise

Posted by Tom Foremski on

I’m a newbie to Delphix and its enterprise software markets and I’m amazed at how much work it takes to make a sale. It can be as long as a year and it requires a large team of people. Things are much tougher if you have an innovative product that is the first of its kind…

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First Rust Program Pain (So you can avoid it…)

Posted by Adam Leventhal on

Like many programmers I like to try out new languages. After lunch with Alex Crichton, one of the Rust contributors, I started writing my favorite program in Rust. Rust is a “safe” systems language that introduces concepts of data ownership and mutability to semantically prevent whole categories of problems. It’s primarily developed at Mozilla Research […]

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Delphix now supports SAP ASE on AIX

Posted by Karyn Ritter on

For customers running SAP ASE, Delphix recently added support for the IBM AIX platform in the Delphix Engine 4.2.3.0 release. With support for AIX, Delphix brings the power of Data as a Service to even more organizations, particularly those in the financial services and healthcare industries. By virtualizing the data in SAP ASE, Delphix not…

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Secure Data as a Service – Delphix acquires DMsuite

Posted by Michael Logan on

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 the strong customer response to the combination of Delphix and DMsuite has been impressive. It became clear you wanted a fully integrated solution to provide both the power of data virtualization with the security of data masking. Well we are doing it.

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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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