Our senior engineers have designed, built, and maintained mission-critical storage solutions used by the Fortune 500. Here's how we can help.
We are one of the few organizations with strong engineering expertise in developing core kernel components on all the major UNIXes (Linux, Solaris, HP-UX, AIX) and Windows. Many of our senior engineers have worked on cross-platform kernel components like the VERITAS cluster file system.
We have created complete solutions from scratch, for file serving, backup, replication and other use cases, not just once but many times over. So we have a good idea of what works, and more importantly, what doesn't.
We have delivered storage solutions as host-based packages, soft appliance CD images, virtual appliances and even as web apps.
We encourage our customers to use open source software for commoditized components and focus development on the really key differentiating features. This approach dramatically cuts down cost and time-to-market, and is especially recommended for prototyping and exploring new market spaces.
We are well aware of licensing issues associated with some open source licenses and can advise our customers on their IP protection strategy in the increasingly common case involving integration of components with different licensing terms.
As highly experienced storage engineers, our team has a keen eye for performance bottlenecks. We help your product perform better by helping to identify potential bottlenecks and architecting solutions around such problems and running exhaustive tests.
Our engineering team delivers automated test suites for complex software, developed using Python and shell-scripts. Coupled with a sound understanding of systems, we develop and automate comprehensive test beds for customer products.