Leading Long Term Asset Preservation – Policy Driven Archiving Solutions
Archive Analytics unlocks policy driven archiving solutions for long term preservation, discovery, use and re-purposing of assets. For the first time be able to adhere to regulatory requirements via flexible, configurable policies defined by your own policies and procedures. Open Source ensures no lock in. Archive Analytics experience means successful, secure, repeatable open source implementation and support.
Since 2004, Archive Analytics attracted some of the most experienced engineers and scientists in the field, and collaborates with major industry players as development test beds to understand and address real industry requirements.
We Make 1000 Year Archives a Reality: The use of premier open source data-grid components ensures that companies and institutions can build out their distributed archive with confidence, managing billions of objects and many petabytes of data, distributed over large or restricted geographic ranges with policies enforced to meet local and legal requirements.
Partnering: Partnering with top industry archiving and high performance computing, as well as the open source communities, makes Archive Analytics uniquely placed to service customer open source archiving needs
For more information about our plans, our products and how they might fill your needs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne M. Burris, CEO
Anne has extensive management and international experience with tech innovation start-ups in growth markets. She spent 2 years in Brazil and 6 years in Russia managing over seven joint ventures and start- up operations for companies that included Oracle and Hewlett Packard.
Anne spent fifteen years working for Hewlett Packard in the Financial Services and Telecommunications Industries. Her experience in the Financial Services Industry includes operations and taxation, as well as being an auditor for the Federal Reserve Bank. Anne’s telecommunications expertise includes running a mobile billing system company and consulting on operations for mobile service providers.
Anne holds an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management and authored a book on service provider operations
John C. Burns, CTO
John was a long-standing director of research from positions at Hewlett Packard Laboratories, Amazon, JSTOR and ProQuest. John has been widely published in the fields of document and content understanding, security and networking and holds numerous patents in those fields. John brings many years of experience in applied research and product generation, especially with respect to archive and repository experience.
John Harrison, Chief Engineer
John is a Software Architect and Engineer with over 10 years of experience in delivering web-based solutions for museums, libraries and archives. As Chief Engineer for Archive Analytics, John spearheaded the development of the Alloy™ Product. A full-stack developer, John has expertise covering user interface design, RESTful APIs, search engines, data management, and Linux administration.
John is an active researcher in the field of practical data archiving, having contributed to multiple EU framework projects in the area of digital preservation. He has degrees in Biosystems & Informatics, and Genetics.
Paul Watry, Chief Evangelist
Paul Watry is Director of the Cheshire digital library unit, a professor of computational Linguistics in the School of Psychology, and an honorary professor in the School of English at the University of Liverpool. An internationally recognized expert, he coordinates research efforts in the development of data grids, digital libraries, and preservation environments. Developed software systems include the Cheshire information retrieval system (with Ray Larson at UC Berkeley); the Multivalent preservation object model (with Tom Phelps); and extensions to the integrated Rule Oriented Data System (iRods), working in partnership with the Data Intensive Cyber Environments Center (DICE) in the United States (UC San Diego, University of North Carolina). He was a co-founder of the UK National Text Mining Centre and is the infrastructure provider for multiple digital libraries, including the Archives Hub and British Library ISTC.