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Sep 10, 2021

In our data-driven age, today's mainstream businesses need a combination of both cloud and “on premises” infrastructure with the same level of capabilities as tech giants like Amazon, Microsoft and Google. But the server racks they buy from traditional OEMs are still designed with software and hardware based on legacy architectures from the 1980s and '90s. So says industry veterans Bryan Cantrill and Jessie Frazelle, two of the founders of Oxide Computer Company, which is building a modern, vertically integrated on-prem solution that will allow enterprises to own — not rent — essential cloud capacity.


In conversation with Eclipse Partners Seth Winterroth and Kushagra Vaid, Bryan and Jessie also discuss the humanity of their deeply technical venture, through early implementation of their core values in the company and inspirational advice for future founders.


Show notes:

Oxide Computer Company: Initial Boot Sequence

The Cost of Cloud, a Trillion Dollar Paradox