Carl D’Halluin, CTO, Datadobi

Carl D’Halluin is CTO of Datadobi (

He has been building cloud and storage software for 20 years. He has made notable contributions in protecting and manipulating unstructured data, building highly scalable and secure storage systems, and enabling metadata-driven insights and automation. Each is a cornerstone of the Datadobi business and technology. D’Halluin owns many patents in this domain. He was instrumental in the growth and acquisition of storage companies Amplidata and Q-layer. He has also worked at EMC Centera, where he architected the world’s first commercial object storage system, and has a double master's degree in Electrical Engineering (KU Leuven, Belgium) and in Mathematics (UC Berkeley, California).

Articles by Carl D’Halluin, CTO, Datadobi

Any organization that attaches importance to its data strategy must ensure that mobility remains a core part of its strategy and capabilities. However, many have valuable data that is locked in storage solos, hosted on everything from traditional storage technologies to fully outsourced service providers in the cloud. This does little to facilitate data mobility—an essential part of an approach which determines how well businesses can access and action their data assets. Effective migration can bridge the gap between infrastructure, protocols, and growing data volumes to deliver access to data that helps businesses to move forward with confidence.

Posted January 07, 2021