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30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer (Python) Cloud Service

Exablox Sunnyvale, CA

Design and develop a large scale, multi-tenant cloud infrastructure platform to manage thousands of storage devices and ease the management of the… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer

Exablox Sunnyvale, CA

Design, develop and implement features, including cloud storage ring, cloud storage mesh, upgrade image management and system reliability, for… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Lead Generation/Business Development

Exablox Sunnyvale, CA

Proactive calling of 50+ outbound calls a day Secure appointments for sales team Work with Channel Partners Communicate regularly with sales team… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Lead Technical Support Engineer Network Storage

Exablox Sunnyvale, CA

Provide in-depth investigation on customer issues, develop sufficient knowledge about the product to help identify and resolve customer issues, train… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sales Engineer Network/Data Storage

Exablox Sunnyvale, CA

Design and configure reference architectures for innovative new storage systems. Work with product management to define next generation of features… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Infrastructure Development Engineer Python/LAMP

Exablox Sunnyvale, CA

Work directly with our cloud architect to create a robust and reliable service in face of network or site failures and software upgrades. Automate… Glassdoor

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Doug Brockett
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    Some bright people here..

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer  in  Mountain View, CA
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Mountain View, CA

    I have been working at Exablox full-time for more than a year


    Good file system ideas, but won't sell or be adopted if it's not open sourced, no way, no how.


    Making money trumps adoption here, and I don't think that will work long term; too many competitors in high-end storage market to adopt any proprietary solutions much longer for most companies of ANY SIZE.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Lunch all together (instead of allowing people to mix and match) just seems like mind control.
    Let's see if you actually allow anyone to criticize or if it's just a big mind control experiment...

    Neutral Outlook