Josh Coates, CEO of Berkeley Data Systems

December 14th, 2006 |
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Services like Gmail hit the market after their developers reengineered the solution to “work” the way the consumer expects the service to work today. Josh Coates, CEO of Berkeley Data Systems, describes his approach to creating Mozy.com, an automatic, secure and free consumer-based backup service.

With 11 patents to his name, Coates discusses his experience from the University of California at Berkeley (research in large scale parallel systems); content caching at Inktomi; his first startup, Scale8; and his building a petabyte data center at Internet Archive.

Founded in 2005, Berkeley Data Systems is venture funded and is located in American Fork, Utah.

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