D2iQ, formerly known as Mesosphere, provides an operating platform that aggregates datacenter resources and automates IT operations. The D2iQ platform aims to make running and managing distributed systems easier by pooling together all resources as if they were a single computer. In August 2019, the company changed its name to D2IQ to represent a shift in focus from the open-source Mesos project to Kubernetes and new products that enable mature organizations to adopt cloud-native technologies.
|Mike Fey CEO|
|Florian Leibert Founder and Chief Cloud Officer|
|Tobias Knaup Founder and CTO|
|Ben Hindman Founder and Chief Product Officer|
|Williem Freiberg President|
|Jen Park Chief People Officer|
|Tom Muise CFO|
|Brian Kenyon Chief Strategy Officer|
|Michael Williams CMO|
|Joe Taborek CRO|
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D2iQ, the leading provider of enterprise-grade cloud platforms that power smarter Day 2 operations, today announced that Joe Sexton has been appointed to the company's board of directors.
D2iQ, the leading provider of enterprise-grade cloud platforms that power smarter Day 2 operations, today announced the release of Kommander, a new product that delivers federated multi-cluster management and governance across disparate clusters for any on-premise or cloud Kubernetes distribution.
Mesosphere was born as the commercial face of the open-source Mesos project. It was surely a clever solution to make virtual machines run much more efficiently, but times change and companies change. Today the company announced it was changing its name to Day2IQ, or D2IQ for short, and fixing its s…
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Cloudflare’s Argo Tunnels service has burrowed its way into the Mesosphere DC/OS service catalogue, giving users a way to privately plug their services into Cloudflare’s network.
Cloud-native technologies are infiltrating stately old enterprises. Leading the ingress is Kubernetes, the open-source platform for orchestrating containers (a virtualized method for running distributed applications).
Mesosphere, the enterprise cloud enablement company, today announced the recent hire of Darron Makrokanis, who has joined the company as vice president of public sector.
Mesosphere recently announced that it has hired Mike Fey as the company's new chief executive officer.
Mesosphere, the multi-cloud automation platform company, today announced it ranked 55th on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America.