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Prior to co-founding Aljabr, Joseph was an EIR at Quantum Corporation in support of the Rook project which was subsequently donated to the CNCF (its first storage project) where he has also been involved since inception. Joseph also founded KubeCon while also building Kismatic, the first commercial Kubernetes company (acquired by Apprenda). Joseph previously worked at Mesosphere, Enstratius (acquired by Dell Software), TIBCO Software and Talend.
Petar is the primary author (along with David Mazières) of the peer-to-peer industry-shaping Kademlia DHT (distributed hash table) algorithm. Petar was awarded DARPA grants from the U.S. government to further open science in massive data processing where he founded and built the Go Circuit project. Petar previously worked at Tumblr and on large next-generation data pipeline processing infrastructure for Google Search.
Mark is a physicist and computer scientist focused on the area of information systems. He is primarily known for his pioneering work on Configuration Management and creating Promise Theory and Semantic Spacetimes. He was the principal founder of CFEngine (the first policy-driven, declarative configuration management system) and is the author of numerous books, articles, and papers on topics ranging from physics and network and system administration to fiction.
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