Significant growth driven across Delphix business

8th May 2019
Lanna Cooper

Delphix has announced continued momentum across its portfolio of top global enterprises. During its fiscal year 2019, Delphix reported significant expansion amongst its customer use cases, and industry validation from global partners like Capgemini, Accenture, AWS, Microsoft, and SAP. With GDPR in full swing, many businesses in the UK are feeling the pressure of compliance. In fact, over 10,000 organisations in the UK have already been hit by data breaches since the regulation came into play in May 2018.

In response many organisations in the UK are increasingly turning to DataOps for an agile - yet secure - approach to data management.

As DataOps continues growing in popularity, Delphix has seen a positive uptick in the number of customers investing in this approach. At the end of 2018, Delphix saw a significant boost in new customers with over $500k in revenue (a 21% increase from the previous year) and $1m in revenue (a 28% increase from the previous year).

Growing customer base
Delphix customers include category leaders across industries - from retail to finance and healthcare. Notable companies in the Delphix portfolio includes Channel 4, Metro Bank and a host of other brands.

Delphix customers have significantly expanded usage of the Delphix Dynamic Data Platform over the past year. Since 2018, weekly active users have increased by nearly 50% and the number of data sources on the platform has risen by 100%. 

In April of 2019 alone, Delphix’s customers deployed 50,000 Data Pods to speed up application releases. Today Delphix currently powers 14,000 TB of data for companies - nearly 1,000 times the size of all data stored in the United States Library of Congress.

Delphix customers represent the most successful companies in the world including:

  • One-third of companies in the Fortune 50;
  • Four of the top five banks in the United States;
  • Two of the top five telecommunications companies;
  • Two of the top five retailers. 

“The extent to which companies are able to transform digitally to respond to changing customer demands and competitive threats will define their ability to survive and thrive,” said Matt Aslett, Research VP, 451 Research. “Data is the fuel of intelligence-driven digital transformation and Delphix has demonstrated that it can help enterprises accelerate application development as well as manage data security regulations to provide them with the potential to lead in their respective markets."

“The success of our business depends on the immediate availability of high quality data. Delphix has driven faster innovation and improved our delivery of key business systems and timely business insights,” said James Curran, Programme Manager, Channel 4.

Premier partner validation
In the past six months alone, Delphix has received significant industry validation from partnerships with global leaders. This includes Capgemini, Accenture, AWS, Microsoft Azure, and SAP. 

This widespread industry buy-in enhances Delphix’s ability to help customers modernise their data infrastructure in the cloud, on-prem, and in hybrid environments. Integrations with other solutions allow Delphix to deliver the speed, agility and predictability needed to accelerate application development and embrace DataOps practices. The Delphix Dynamic Platform has now been extended to support major data sources including AWS, Microsoft Azure and other hybrid cloud environments.

“Data is the fuel for the Digital Age and without it, true innovation is nearly impossible,” said Delphix CEO, Chris Cook. “With Delphix, enterprises are empowered to speed up application releases, keep pace with the demands of today’s data-driven economy, meet their strategic business objectives, and stay ahead of the curve. The growth and expansion of our customer’s success underscore how fundamentally invaluable Delphix is for helping enterprise organisations win in the last mile of digital transformation.”

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