Keynote 3 : Jay Swaminathan - Speaker From Microsoft

A session at Malaysia Open Source Conference 2017 (MOSCMY 2017)

Wednesday 17th May, 2017

12:00pm to 12:30pm (SMT)

Keynote 3 : Speaker From Microsoft

Jay Swaminathan

Black Belt Technology Specialist - Azure

Jay has over 19 years of experience in the IT field. He started his career as an engineer with Hewlett Packard in Cupertino, CA doing performance optimization of large SMP systems (Superdome class) as well as clusters. Later as a Senior Application Engineer with Intel, Jay was involved in evangelizing Intel platforms and working with end customers with specific focus on large HPC installations, large datacenter virtualizations and cloud adoptions, studying the performance and behaviors of applications working in a virtualized environment.

Jay currently is with Microsoft. He is a Black Belt Technology Specialist on the Azure Platform. His work involves driving adoption of the cloud platform with specific focus on advanced workloads like hybrid cloud, blockchain, etc. In this role he has worked with enterprises as well as ISVs and startups in enabling them to adopt cloud technologies for their requirements. He has been an early proponent of the benefits that cloud computing can bring to organizations and has been working on cloud computing related technologies since 2008. He is a member of several forums working on cloud computing adoption.

Jay has a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics Engineering from Madras University, a Master’s Degree in Computer Engineering from Michigan State University and a Certificate in Innovation
Entrepreneurship from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

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Time 12:00pm12:30pm SMT

Date Wed 17th May 2017

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