Aiven, founded in 2016, provides managed open source data technologies on all major clouds. With hubs in Helsinki, Berlin, Boston, Toronto, Singapore and Sydney, Aiven currently offers Apache Kafka, Apache Cassandra, PostgreSQL, MySQL, OpenSearch, Redis, InfluxDB, Grafana, and M3 in more than 90 regions around the world on AWS, GCP, Microsoft Azure, DigitalOcean, and UpCloud cloud platforms.

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Management Team

Oskari Saarenmaa
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Julian Lange
Chief Financial Officer
Heikki Nousiainen
Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder
James Arlen
Chief Information Security Officer
Mika Eloranta
Co-Founder & Chief Architect
Hannu Valtonen
Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer

Board Members

Hendrik Brandis Ph.D
Earlybird Venture Capital
Kai Bäckman
Lifeline Ventures

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News Highlights

Reaping the benefits of cloud without being locked in

A recent IDC report reveals a rise in public cloud adoption in the Asia Pacific region, expected to grow significantly in the next four years due to investments in various cloud services. In Australia, public cloud spending is predicted to grow by 83% from A$12.2bn in 2022 to A$22.4bn in 2026, and New Zealand's public cloud spending is set to almost double from NZ$2.6bn in 2022 to NZ$5.1bn in 2026. Aiven's Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) solution assists companies in optimizing their cloud spend while allowing them full control of their data.

Stu Garrow tapped as Aiven APAC VP

Aiven has appointed Stu Garrow as its new vice president for the Asia Pacific region, replacing Olivier van Grembergen. Garrow will be based in Singapore and will focus on driving strategic growth in the region through sales and channel development. He has over 30 years of experience in the industry and has previously held senior roles at companies including Talend and MuleSoft.

Who writes Linux and open source software?

Aiven, a cloud data platform company, analyzed GitHub's open source code projects and found that the top contributors were all companies: Amazon Web Services, Intel, Red Hat, Google, and Microsoft. The study showed Microsoft and Google vying for the top spot, with Red Hat, Intel, and AWS following closely. The research also revealed that companies, not individual contributors, are now the economic engine behind open source software.
Updated on: Jul 17, 2024


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