I am a Technical Director at Pure Storage, where my focus is on Cloud, Automation (DevOps) and Microsoft solutions and integrations. I help customers and partners realize the advantages of all-flash technology with Microsoft products and services such as Azure, Azure Stack, SQL Server, Windows Server, Hyper-V, Exchange and System Center.

Before Pure Storage I spent five years at NetApp working on Microsoft Reference Architectures for SharePoint with SnapManager for SharePoint, SnapDrive and SnapManager for SQL Server for the FAS Series (7-mode & C-mode).

The majority of my career was spent at Microsoft. I worked in a lot of groups ranging from Developer Evangelism, SharePoint ISVs, Office ISVs, Office Programmability and .NET. 

I currently live in Cupertino where I enjoy spending time with friends, building Legos, hiking and mountain biking.

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