- Palo Alto, CA
- 51 to 200 Employees
- 1 Location
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2008
- Revenue: $25 to $100 million (USD)
- Information Technology Support Services
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How to beat the sedentary life... when your job requires you to be sedentary? I work long hours, high pressure, etc. Average 10h a day, often more. It's just the result of working in projects with high intensity short deadlines. Time I rest is time I have to make up for later. There are many days where I finish at night and all day I've only moved from my desk to the kitchen and to the bathroom. Needless to say this is very unhealthy. How do you all beat this?
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I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Virtana (San Jose, CA) in Jun 2019
InterviewOne hour phone interview
and the interviewer was nice and helpful,
I got a call within ten days after applying.
The interviewer asked about my projects in brief and then started with the coding interview. He had a few minutes of the interview reserved for any questions about the companyInterview
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Making DEI a Reality in STEM Careers August 01 2022 | Kimberly Perryman Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in STEM is paramount to creativity, technological advancement, culture and the overall success of a business. But how do we continuously foster a work environment where every aspect of diversity, equity, and inclusion truly thrives? DEI can’t become the new word art we emptily plaster across websites and social channels; it’s crucial that businesses actually invest, implement, and measure it. Read the full article here: https://www.virtana.com/blog/making-dei-a-reality-in-stem-careers/
Executive Q&A: What’s Driving the Multicloud Move? It used to be that moving to the cloud was a struggle. Now it’s moving to multiple clouds that is the challenge. We asked Jon Cyr, VP of product management at Virtana, to review results from their latest survey of multicloud environments. By Upside Staff August 3, 2022 Upside: It seems as if organizations have gone from “kicking the tires” of the cloud to adopting a multicloud strategy almost overnight. Your survey found that 82 percent of organizations already had a multicloud strategy. What’s driving this move? What benefits did enterprises expect and are they realizing those benefits? Read the full article here: https://tdwi.org/Articles/2022/08/03/TA-All-Whats-Driving-the-Multicloud-Move.aspx?Page=1
Virtana Awards & Accolades
- Coolest Cloud Company of 2021, CRN, 2021
- Top 10 Players Reducing Cloud Costs, Business Insider, 2021
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...Remote First policy, good benefits, and what they do, they do VERY well....
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