The Facebook engineer who taught its data how to dance is solving a new complicated problem

Today, the man who invented Cassandra at Facebook, Avinash Lakshman, reveals his new startup: A storage company called Hedvig, which has raised $12.5 million in search of a repeat performance as it works to help companies hold the huge amounts of data they generate.

Before Facebook, Lakshman worked at Amazon Web Services, where he co-invented the Amazon DynamoDB data-crunching product. 

Read more at Business Insider.

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Avinash Lakshman reveals his new startup: A storage company called Hedvig, which has raised $12.5 million in search of a repeat performance as it works to help companies hold the huge amounts of data they generate.