Flash and the Future of Storage in a Software-Defined World

DataCore will be getting some competition from Hedvig, an SDS startup that today announced the close of an $18 million Series B funding round. Hedvig was founded by Avinash Lakshman, who led the development of the Dynamo database at Amazon and the Cassandra database at Facebook. He’ll be using those NoSQL skills to create the Hedvig Distributed Storage Platform, which “combines the flexibility of cloud and commodity infrastructure to reimagine the economics of enterprise data storage and management,” the company says.

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DataCore will be getting some competition from Hedvig, an SDS startup that today announced the close of an $18 million Series B funding round. Hedvig was founded by Avinash Lakshman, who led the development of the Dynamo database at Amazon and the Cassandra database at Facebook. He’ll be using those NoSQL skills to create the Hedvig Distributed Storage Platform, which “combines the flexibility of cloud and commodity infrastructure to reimagine the economics of enterprise data storage and management,” the company says.