Anomaly Software, the software engineering company, first came across Linode when it was offering virtualized hosting in Australia in the late 2000s. However, at that time Anomaly Software was solely a software company and had not anticipated going into infrastructure. The company felt that others in Australia were not offering this so they started using the infrastructure from Linode to deploy workloads. Dev Mukherjee, CEO of Anomaly Software, explains that Linode offers competitive servers compared to the other providers, which was one of the reasons they teamed with Linode. Anomaly Software provides solutions for anything from deploying desk quality assurance to production workloads. Mukherjee explains further in this video how Anomaly software is leveraging Linode technologies.
About Dev Mukherjee: Dev started Anomaly, after graduating from University to pursue his love of working with open source technologies. He spends his time building foundational technologies that sets Anomaly apart, and gives our customers the technological edge. Dev’s adjunct role at the University let’s students benefit from our entire company’s experience.
About Anomaly Software: Anomaly is a close-knit team of software engineers solving problems in the digital space with work spanning higher education, healthcare, local government, and other industries. Anomaly builds dependable ecosystems by producing scalable backends that work seamlessly with their interfaces, resulting in the creation and maintenance of delightful experiences.
The summary of the show is written by Emily Nicholls.