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Announcements

  • Let Your DataOps Voice Be Heard

    We are looking for your voice, your experience, and your opinion. Please take a few minutes to answer the following questions. Your experience may be included in our first ever Data Company Magazine. If we'd like to use your responses, we will definitely ask for your approval.
    Thank you!
  • Delphix Linux-Based Engine on the Google Platform

    If you are interested in early access to our newly developed and developing Delphix Linux-Based Engine on the Google platform, please click Early Access Program for more information.

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  • Hello Everyone! We are excited to invite you to engage in a unique opportunity. We are looking to publish a magazine-style article and story compilation later this year. You, as members of the Delphix DataOps Community, are both the voices we want to ...

  • I am hoping that you are all enjoying the new community, and I encourage you to explore. We are still brushing the dust off in places, so please do reach out with questions and comments. We want the feedback. We are working through enabling redirects, ...

  • Hello Everyone! The Delphix Virtualization team is looking for 5 community members to test the new Linux-based engine on Google Cloud Platform. If you currently have applications on GCP or are planning to migrate them and think that Delphix can help in ...

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  • Announcing Delphix 5.3.4 We are pleased to announce the availability of Delphix Dynamic Data Platform version 5.3.4. This latest release reaffirms our commitment to empowering your teams -from development to DevOps to database administration-with ...

  • We are pleased to announce the availability of Delphix Dynamic Data Platform version 5.3. This latest release reaffirms our commitment to empowering teams—from development, to DevOps, to database administration—with new capabilities that allow them to ...

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