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C. Bradley Tashenberg

C. Bradley Tashenberg


C. Bradley TashenbergBradley Tashenberg is the President and CEO of Bradmark Technologies, Inc., a software company specializing in Database Performance Management and Monitoring Software, and associated Database Services for over 30 years. Their clients include 50 of the Fortune 100 and over 280 of the Fortune 500. Bradley is a member of mLogica’s advisory board, an investor and strategic partner for Bradmark software, and database and business intelligence services and solutions globally.

Bradley received a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1968, and later pursued a Masters of Science in Economics. He was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to pursue classical languages and a scholarship to pursue a Ph.D. in Mathematics in 1969, but decided instead to pursue a career. Bradley has authored two books that were published through the American Management Association.

Shortly after founding Bradmark in 1981, he developed its flagship product, DBGeneral, into one of the leading database utilities in the Hewlett-Packard 3000 Market. Over the last 32 years, he has fostered many computer software products and has received numerous awards for technical speaking. Through Bradmark he has helped sponsor several scholarships within the HP user community and has made sizeable contributions to many art and music organizations.

Bradley also established Bradmark as a Sybase, Inc., strategic partner and later continued the similar relationship with SAP after their acquisition of Sybase. Today, Database Surveillance is the product of choice for performance management and monitoring for many SAP products such as ASE, IQ, Replication Server and HAHA. He also extended the product to support Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle databases. Bradley is the also the Chief Architect and driving force behind the technology of the software.