Applause CTO Joins the Vendor Forum
June 02, 2021
Pete Goldin

Rob Mason, CTO of Applause, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Mason has more than 20 years of operational, management, and software development experience across many different companies, languages, platforms, and technologies. Most recently, Mason was Founder and EVP of Engineering at Nasuni, where he took the company from initial product concept to more than 10 Petabytes of managed storage consisting of billions of files in a global file system spanning more than 50 different countries and generating more than $10M in recurring revenue. Prior to Nasuni, he oversaw all development and quality assurance as the VP of Engineering at Archivas from 2004 to its acquisition by Hitachi. After the acquisition, he continued in his role as VP of HCAP Engineering, managing the integration of his team with Hitachi’s and supporting the broad rollout of HCAP. Mason holds upwards of 30 patents including several in the area of test automation. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a Master of Business Administration degree with honors from Rutgers University.

The Applause Product Excellence Platform provides a comprehensive approach to digital quality needed to deliver uncommonly great digital experiences across the globe – with highly vetted testers available on demand, a complete and enterprise-class technology infrastructure, multi-point digital quality solutions and SaaS products, and expertise across industries and use cases. This harmonized approach drastically improves testing coverage, reduces costs and speeds time-to-market for websites, mobile apps, IoT and in-store experiences.

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