David Gildeh

SaaS Entrepreneur. CEO/Founder SambaStream, acquired by Alfresco where I became Director of Cloud Services launching their Enterprise Cloud Business. Now CEO/Founder of Dataloop.IO, a monitoring tool for DevOps

At Outlyer, as a monitoring company, we rely on time-series databases (TSDBs) as a foundation for building a scalable and reliable monitoring solution. Over the past few years, we’ve gone through 3 iterations of our architecture as we scaled up with more metrics and more…

Why NOT to Build a Time-Series Database

Having moved to the US two years ago, my son Tagir now has to do annual science fair projects at school, which are a great opportunity for him to learn about the scientific method and how to run experiments and analyse data. For his 7th…

Building a Raspberry PI Weather Station

Back in December 2014, we had a team Christmas hackathon and I decided I wanted to make Java Monitoring really simple via our agent and integration plugins. At that time we were recommending new users monitor Java services using solutions like Jolokia, listed in this…

Introducing JMXQuery to Monitor Java via Python

A couple of weeks ago I did a talk at Hacker News London on the Story of Dataloop.IO and how we got our initial customers and traction using Customer Development. David Gideh – Using Customer Development to get Traction in a Crowded Space from HN…

Using Customer Development to get Traction in a Crowded Space

In the past few weeks, we closed our seed funding round at Dataloop.IO, moved to new offices, hired 2 more people and did some PR to announce our funding round. In parallel our meetup group, DevOps Exchange, has now grown to become the worlds 2nd…

Making everything a Pipeline in your Start-up

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is like Fusion, its always 30 years away. The dream of building computers that are as intelligent (if not more) than we are is still a long way off, but there have been some recent changes that make several experts in the…

The Future of Enterprise: Artificial Intelligence

My last blog talked about the effect of Big Data on the future of Enterprise. When it comes to generating insights and correlations on data, a branch of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), is a key tool in the Data Scientist’s arsenal. Machine Learning…

The Future of Enterprise: Machine Learning

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This blog is a follow up to my previous blog on The New Instability and the Future of Enterprise, and was inspired by Daniel Hulme’s General Assembly class on Big Data to Big Wisdom. There’s a lot of hype at the moment about Big Data,…

The Future of Enterprise: Big Data

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As some people know, I’m half Syrian, and my grandma, Uncle, Aunts, and a few of my cousins all live in Damascus. My family are Christian too. I was in Damascus only 3 weeks before everything kicked off in 2011, and I was really surprised…

A few words on Syria

The past few weeks I’ve been learning about learning about Machine Learning from Stanford Professor Andrew Ng on Coursera. I love how anyone can learn advanced subjects online from the worlds top professors in their field for free, but this post isn’t about the course,…

How to Install Octave on Mountain Lion (10.8.X)

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