Cedexis Joins the Vendor Forum
June 14, 2017
Pete Goldin

Josh Gray, Chief Architect at Cedexis, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Gray is a results-oriented technical leader focused on building great teams and amazing products. He has worked as both a leader in various startups as well as at large enterprise settings such as Microsoft. In both cases he has thrived and made significant contributions.

At Microsoft he was awarded multiple patents. As VP of Engineering for Home Comfort Zone his team designed and developed systems that were featured in Popular Science, HGTV, Ask this Old House and won #1 Cool product at introduction at the Pacific Coast Builders Show. Gray has been a part of many other startups and built on his success by becoming an Angel Investor in the Portland Community.

Cedexis provides web-scale, end-user-experience monitoring and real-time traffic routing across multiple clouds and networks. Cedexis Radar crowd sources billions of real user measurements (RUM) a day from a community of 1,000s of popular websites and mobile apps, with traffic routing services based on the insights this data provides, for the best performance, availability, or cost. Trusted by nearly 1,000 global brands including Accor Hotels, Airbus, Cartier, Comcast, LinkedIn, Mozilla, Nissan and Shutterstock. Cedexis is headquartered in Portland, Oregon with offices in Paris, France, San Francisco CA, Brooklyn NY and London.
 

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