I am a Technical Director at Pure Storage, where my team focuses on Microsoft and Oracle solutions and integrations. Regardless of solution area a core aspect of our work centers around automation (PowerShell and Python).
I started at Pure in 2013 and was the original developer behind our Windows PowerShell integration. That first version was known as the Pure Storage PowerShell Toolkit. Since that time the toolkit has transitioned over to the Pure Storage PowerShell SDK. Fully supported from engineering and support.
We spend time with customers and partners in a pre/post sales role. This is very important in the work we do as those discussions typically drive the solutions or integrations we develop.
Before Pure Storage I spent five years at NetApp working on Microsoft SharePoint and SQL Server products managed 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 where I worked in a lot of different groups ranging from Developer Evangelism that covered SharePoint, Office and Office Programmability with .NET.
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