Tessa Husain is the Product Marketing Manager at Cloudistics, a software infrastructure company that simplifies how applications are deployed, managed and scaled. Tessa earned her BS in Marketing from Miami University, where she started her own mobile application company called Whooley. She was CEO of the company for two years, leading an overseas development team and in-charge of all business strategies. With her eagerness to learn and her love for creativity and innovation, she is excited to build Cloudistics’ brand and help its success in becoming the next-generation enterprise cloud solution.
Personal Website: http://cloudistics.com/
Recent Articles by Tessa Husain
The speed at which data is written to cache is a big factor in an application's overall speed, and whether you choose write-around, write-through or write-back can make a big difference.
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