About Vivek Vaidya

Vivek Vaidya

Vivek is responsible for the roadmap and build out of Krux's technology platform. He has been developing software for over 15 years, mostly in early stage startups. Prior to Krux, Vivek was the CTO of Rapt, where he was responsible for Rapt's technology strategy and product architecture. Vivek holds an MS in Computer Science from the University of Denver and an M.S. in Mathematics and Computer Applications from IIT Delhi.

Krux’s Vision for Web Data Routing

Krux’s Vision for Web Data Routing

Data Management Krux EngineersFeb 01, 2013

If you are responsible for managing a core asset, you invest in architecture to protect, manage, and monetize it. This post describes the important components of such a system for managing data, with focus on managing the delivery of your data to and from third parties—something we call Web Data Routing. Web operators have myriad… Read more »

Measuring Load Time: Today’s Web Demands a New Standard

Measuring Load Time: Today’s Web Demands a New Standard

Krux EngineersNov 02, 2011

Everyone agrees – consumers and website operators alike – that page load time is a primary driver of user satisfaction when visiting a website.  It’s been widely shown that consumers are more likely to leave a site based on slower load times, and that of course translates into lost revenue for the site’s operator.  Based… Read more »

Seeing the Future in Our Past

Seeing the Future in Our Past

Krux EngineersSep 23, 2011

Earlier this week, Krux announced its latest round of funding, led by Accel Partners and IDG Ventures, an important company milestone to be sure. Just for old times sake, I went to the Accel website, and sure enough, there was the Krux logo. And it felt good. It’s an honor for any entrepreneur to have… Read more »

A Technical Perspective on ‘Portability’

A Technical Perspective on ‘Portability’

Krux EngineersAug 29, 2011

In our recent white paper on Consumer Internet Data Management, we identified five defining challenges that we believe the next generation of web infrastructure needs to solve: Portability, Extensibility, Privacy, Atomicity, and Scalability. In this post I wanted to share a technical perspective on Portability, what we mean by it, and how we’re solving it… Read more »