Co-Founder & CEO
Authorization, Entrepreneur, Tech
New York, NY, USA
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Jake Moshenko is the co-founder and CEO of AuthZed.
Jake Moshenko has been an innovator in the cloud-native ecosystem for over 15 years. After engineering roles at Amazon and Google, Jake founded Quay, the first private Docker registry, which was acquired by CoreOS. Jake then became an engineering leader at CoreOS, which was acquired by Red Hat (and then IBM). He is now the co-founder and CEO of AuthZed, the company commercializing SpiceDB, the industry-leading cloud-native permissions database.
Authorization That Scales
Unblock your business with an authorization system inspired by Google’s Zanzibar white paper.
Tackle complex authorization requirements. For good.
AuthZed’s SpiceDB was built to manage your toughest authorization challenges.
Fine-Grained Authorization (FGA)
Easily define Fine-Grained Authorization (FGA) that adapts to your product teams’ requirements.
Globally Distributed Permissions
Delight your customers with low-latency requests no matter where they are.
Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC)
Supercharge your permissions with Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC) using SpiceDB Caveats.
Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
Model intuitive Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) using relationships to define roles and permissions.
User-Defined Roles and Permissions
Meet your Enterprise customers’ security needs with user-tailored authorization.
Avoid writing complex SQL for recursive and nested permission sets.