Multi-Cloud Data Mobility
Many apps and services running in the cloud suffer, because the data that supports them is not portable or real-time accessible. Kmesh SaaS lets you easily distribute your data, in a flexible and governed way, to support any combination of multi-location or multi-cloud initiatives.
Kmesh delivers a simple SaaS solution that lets you orchestrate all your application data from a single namespace— regardless of its physical, logical or legal location. We provide line-of-business professionals and service providers with the best way to deploy apps and support them with data, anywhere.
Jeff serves as Kmesh's CEO and pattern-matcher. He has been in the cloud infrastructure space for over 20 years. Recently, he was Founder/CEO at Neumob (acquired by Cloudflare) and President/COO at CDNetworks (acquired by KDDI). He previously worked at Akamai, BitGravity, Sprint-Nextel and Accenture
Co-founder, Chief Architect
Prior to co-founding Kmesh, Michael has been in system architecture and storage for almost 30 years. He was storage architect at Ankeena (acquired by Juniper) and co-author of the XFS file system from SGI. Previously, he also worked at Graphite (acquired by EMC/DSSD), Mirapoint, and MIPS (acquired by SGI).LinkedIn
Co-founder, VP Engineering
Ram is a co-founder and heads engineering. He has been an engineer/leader for over 25 years with many successful startups. Previously, he was a founding engineer at Ankeena (acquired by Juniper), and worked at PMC-Sierra, LVL7 (acquired by Broadcom), and Tata Consultancy Services.
Vinay GaonkarCo-founder, VP Products/Marketing
Vinay is a co-founder and VP Products/Marketing. He has over 20 years of experience in enterprise storage, virtualization, networking and cloud. Prior to founding Kmesh, he led product and solution strategy for EMC/XtremIO, led data management software at Violin (IPO), and drove VMware’s storage strategy.
Joe serves as VP Operations and architects our multi-cloud and edge software. He has built some of the world's most massive multi-cloud infrastructures at companies like Neumob (acquired by Cloudflare), Ooyala (acquired by Telstra) and Netli (Acquired by Akamai). He picked up the nickname Lord of Packets in the past, and will serve in this capacity at Kmesh.LinkedIn