Delphix - How Data Virtualization Works

| February 13, 2017

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Delphix was founded in 2008 to solve a complex yet common problem: how data become more efficient, faster and simpler than ever. Since then Delphix has grown to become the leader in data virtualization, and has helped over 30% of the Fortune 100 in the race to bring new applications, features, and upgrades to market. Delphix’s data virtualization engine is enterprise software that improves the delivery of data in databases, application files, and file systems both on premise or in the cloud. Just by simply delivering the right data to the right team at the right time, Delphix helps businesses release applications up to 50% faster. Watch this video to learn exactly how data virtualization works and why Delphix is your solution to getting new features and apps to market quickly.

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