Meet Our Team!
Krishna Raj Raja
Krishna was the first hire for VMware in India and was responsible for scaling VMware technical support team. He was a core member of VMware performance engineering group and a popular speaker at VMworld conferences. More recently Krishna was a product architect at CloudPhysics.
Lawrence was the VP of Engineering and the Chief Architect at Alpine Data and Aysadi. Lawrence holds over 60 US patents and has a Ph.D. in Electronic engineering from the University of Aberdeen and a B.Sc. in Computational Physics.
Charles holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He previously worked as a kernel programmer at Intel and VMware and is a machine learning enthusiast.
Poonam holds a Ph.D in Immunology and Microbiology from Cornell University and a Post Doc from Stanford University specializing in ML and Data Science. She was previously employed at Alpine data systems.
Zach is an accomplished Data Scientist. Zach managed a 25 member data science team at Progressive Leasing. Prior to that he did cost modeling optimization for PPC marketing campaigns at Extra Storage Space. Zach holds a masters degree in Statistics from the University of Utah.
Celeste is an emerging UX/UI designer in the Bay Area. She is passionate about clean, user-centered designs that bring simplicity to people’s lives. Celeste holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Systems Physiology. Previously she worked as a UI designer at DESIGNATION.
Iskander is a full stack developer and an expert in ReactJS framework. He was a senior developer at Soshace and BusinessLogic. Iskander holds a master degree in Applied mathematics and computer science.
Keola Wong is passionate about bringing cutting edge technologies to new customers. He is a silicon valley veteran and a key contributor to a number of iconic companies in their early stages including Webex, VMware, Barracuda Networks, New Relic, CloudPhysics and Netsil.
Maxim is a full stack ninja (MERN stack) and an emerging UI developer from Volgograd, Russia. Maxim was a lead developer at Soshace and comes from TeamIdea where he was a software developer for SAP business Applications.
Carl is a world-renowned researcher. He holds more than 120 patents with more than 80 additional pending applications. Carl has served as program chair for the USENIX ATC, FAST, and VEE conferences, and has a PhD from MIT. His recent work on Speculative buffer overflow attacks and defenses received media attention all over the world. He works as a part-time consultant for SupportLogic.
Vladi is a world-class fantasy basketball player who enjoys writing about and playing roundball. His background spans DevOps, Infrastructure automation, and Analytics at startups including Skytap, Keen IO, and Quali. If his eyes aren't glued to the hardwood you might find him on the green felt of the poker table.
Sharath holds a master degree in computer science from RV College of Engineering in Bangalore. Previously he was a systems software developer for Sun Microsystems and a key contributor to InfiniBand device driver development at Oracle.
Ben is a well-rounded backend engineer. He’s passionate about architecture design, performance improvements, testing, and balancing pragmatic solutions with long-term goals. Previously, he was a Senior Team Lead at Mavenlink. He holds the same degree as Andrew (see Andrew).
Andrew is a full stack hacker. He comes from Alpine Data Systems and prior to that he was with Mavenlink. He holds Bachelor degree in Computer Engineering (Columbia University) and Economics (Claremont Mckenna College).
Françoise Tourniaire has over 20 years’ experience as a Support and Services executive. Prior to founding FT Works in 1998, she was the Vice President of Worldwide Service at Scopus, a leading Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool manufacturer. She is an author with several published books on support operations and management, including The Art of Software Support.
Daniel is the founder and CEO of Cambrio. Previously he was the principal engineer of advanced development and Machine learning at Indico and computations systems biologist at Pfizer. Dan holds a Ph.D in Biomedical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis