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95 - Interview with Andres Rodriguez, founder and CTO, Nasuni

Season 3, episode 95
46 min / Published

Distributed enterprise is a reality and Covid period has demonstrated a new iteration of strong need for such approach. I had the privilege to speak to a technologist I respect a lot, Andres Rodriguez, founder and now CTO of Nasuni. For some of you who follow me and the industry, Andres was the founder in 2003 of Archivas, a distributed, CAS/object storage software, acquired in 2007 by Hitachi and it's now HCP. Nasuni, launched in 2009, tackles a completely different problem, how to provide a universal NAS model to any users, local or remote, from the same data source being central on-premises or public object storage. This model merges primary and secondary storage and deliver a pretty unique user experience on the market. We talked about all of this with Andres, the genesis of the project, the philosophy of the product, a bit of technology, use cases and differentiators around several key things like ransomware protection, caching techniques, global locking and versioning to name a few. Enjoy your listening and Thank you again Andres.

  • Nasuni
  • NAS
  • filestorage
  • objectstorage
  • robo
  • remote file access
  • distributedstorage
  • dfs
  • gfs
  • global file services
  • gateway
  • cloud file system
  • unifs
  • aws s3
  • aws
  • gcp
  • azure
  • primary storage
  • secondary storage
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