MENLO PARK, CA-(Marketwired - May 21, 2013) - Delphix, the leader in agile data management, today announced CEO Jedidiah Yueh was chosen as a winner in the CEO of the Year category of the 2013 San Francisco Business Times Tech & Innovation Awards.
"Delphix has seen tremendous growth recently, including major new partnerships with SAP and In-Q-Tel and over 200 percent sales growth in 2012," said Yueh. "This award recognizes the impact our company is making for customers worldwide."
The Tech & Innovation Awards program accepts entries from private or public companies headquartered in the Bay Area. Editors from the San Francisco Business Times selected Yueh from a pool of nearly 200 nominees. Yueh is joined in the CEO of the Year category with several other notable executives from companies including Splunk, Eventbrite, Ask.com and SquareTrade.
Yueh has demonstrated a successful track record for identifying new market opportunities and staying ahead of industry trends. Prior to founding Delphix in 2008, Yueh also founded Avamar, a software company that pioneered data de-duplication and shipped a billion-dollar product in the backup and recovery industry, with over 20,000 current customers. EMC acquired Avamar in November 2006 for $165 million. He brings over a decade of experience in the software and data storage industries and has more than six patents or patents pending.
Delphix transforms the economics of database management, cutting application project schedules by up to 50% while reducing data storage costs by 90%. Delphix-powered virtual databases for Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server are more powerful than physical versions; with the ability to create complete copies in minutes in 1/10th the storage footprint.
Delphix enables agile data, transforming the economics of database and application management. Delphix software addresses the single largest source of inefficiency and inflexibility in the modern datacenter -- provisioning, managing, and refreshing databases for business-critical applications. Leading global organizations use Delphix to dramatically reduce the time, cost, and risk of application rollouts, simplifying database operations by 100x, while consolidating redundant hardware by 10x. Delphix is located in Menlo Park, California.
Kate G. Frost