Who are we?
Codenotary is a young software company founded by a team of very experienced and passionate engineers and entrepreneurs, with headquarters in Houston, Texas, and a team of engineers, researchers, marketers, managers, and customer success heroes spread out across the globe.
What do we do?
We bring trust and integrity into the DevOps process by providing end-to-end cryptographically verifiable tracking and provenance for all artifacts, actions, and dependencies.
How do we do it?
Based on our widely acclaimed immudb Open Source immutable database, Codenotary Cloud® provides a tamper-proof and indelible solution for processing millions of transactions per second, on-premise or in the cloud, and with cryptographic verification.
OUR MANAGEMENT TEAM
Moshe Bar is a serial entrepreneur. He was previously co-founder of Qumranet (sold to Red Hat) which created the industry standard KVM hypervisor, which today powers nearly all cloud offerings. He also co-founded software company XenSource, the makers of the Xen hypervisor (sold to Citrix).
He also co-founded TA Capital, a leading cross-atlantic technology investment firm.
Moshe is at this time a board member of Tinaba SpA, Graylog Inc, ePrice SpA, Quandoo AG, Cascade Partners LP and Optigrowth Sarl.
Dennis Zimmer has a strong reputation as a technology visionary across the Globe. He was founder and CEO of Opvizor Inc., a virtualization monitoring company. He’s been working for over 20 years in the IT industry, wrote 10 books and hundreds of magazine articles and video trainings, that are read and used by leading IT professionals.
Dennis has been awarded the VMware vExpert recognition (only 30 world-wide) for 11 years in a row, he’s also a thought leader within the Virtualization Community.
Jack Aboutboul is a long time member of the Linux, open source, and free software community. He brings over 20 years of technology, community, and developer outreach expertise. His previous roles include Community Architect at Red Hat for Fedora and it’s associated projects, Developer Program Manager at open source eCommerce platform Magento, an early member of the Developer Evangelism team at cloud communications powerhouse Twilio, and CTO of Energizer’s Connect IoT platform. He is currently Community Manager for the popular CentOS replacement AlmaLinux.
Amelie Scheuermeyer holds an MSc in organizational and behavioral psychology, in her thesis dealing with the question of what makes agile software development teams successful. Working several years for the international venture capital firm TA Capital, she developed a strong sense for the critical success factors of Tech startups.
Amelie has prior experience in headhunting and personnel development, as well as in business consulting, e.g. at Capgemini Invent.
Jerónimo Irazábal is a Software Engineer with research background. He has published academic articles in international conferences and co-authored a book for the courses of Program Verification and Theory of Computer Science.
He worked at IBM as a Research Scientist, made contributions to projects related to Watson, Hyperledger Fabric, and Advanced Access Control System, co-authored several patent applications and co-chaired a global team in charge of the evaluation and guidance of inventors in Blockchain Technology. He was awarded first Master Inventor at IBM Argentina.
Bartłomiej Święcki is a Software Engineer passionate about cryptography and applied mathematics. Coming from a C++ and 3D graphics background he gained a practical DevOps experience while working on backend software at Opera Software and OVH.
While working on a large-scale 1500+ node distributed storage systems and deployments based on Kubernetes handling over 50k user requests per second, he gained practical knowledge about distributed systems, distributed troubleshooting and low-level optimizations. He spoke at multiple conferences about topics ranging from Linux kernel development to architecture of huge dataset backups.
Andrea Zanda is an Engineering Lead passionate about technology and entrepreneurship. On the one side, he has a solid background in computer science, possesses a PhD and authored more than 10 publications in the AI field.
On the other side, he is an experienced startup builder, he got a master in Entrepreneurship at Santa Clara University thanks to a Fulbright scholarship, and besides working in emerging companies in Europe and the Silicon Valley, he also worked as a CTO and co-founder at guidemeright.com and eventa.it.
Sebastian Wind is working for DATEV eG, a technical information services provider for tax, accountant and attorneys, and is the Head of the Enterprise Computing Group of the Pattern Recognition Lab at the University of Erlangen–Nuremberg where he is pursuing a PhD. Sebastian was a GlobalWinner of IBM’s MTM Contest and was awarded by the IBM Champion program which recognizes innovative thought leaders in the technical community.
Sebastian is a strong networker, who loves to bring people and tech together to create an exceptional result greater than the sum of its parts.
OUR SCIENTIFIC BOARD
Prof. Assaf Schuster
Prof. Assaf Schuster of the Computer Science Department at the Technion is an ACM fellow and a world leading expert of distributed and scalable data mining, Big Data technologies, cyber security, privacy preserving, cloud resource management, and more.
Prof. Schuster published more than 200 papers in highly selective conferences and journals, some of which won prestigious awards.
He consulted leading high-tech companies, such as IBM, HP, Microsoft, and Verint.
Prof. Dr. Martin Bogdan
Prof. Dr. Martin Bogdan of the Leipzig University researches and teaches on neuromorphic information processing, artificial neural networks and machine learning, IT-security, and mainframes.
Prof. Dr. Bogdan has been researching and publishing for more than 25 years on artificial neural networks with more than 150 peer-reviewed publications, developed a wide spectrum of new machine learning methods, and established and headed the Neural Networks workgroup at the University of Tübingen.
He had numerous cooperation with industry, e.g. a project with IBM Germany for using machine learning technologies to predict work load behavior in Mainframes.