The rate in which applications can complete their tasks for your business can often determine the success of your business. Many successful businesses segment their applications by their contribution to revenue or profit. These businesses have made the leap in their IT strategies from IT as a resource (that is shared in many cases) to IT as a success criterion for a specific part of their business. AFAs or all-flash arrays is one approach to solve the need for speed, however not all AFAs solve application problems well.
Todd Oseth is the chief operating officer for Violin Systems LLC. He oversees product development, software and hardware architecture, product validation, deployment engineering, solutions engineering, professional services and technical support. Prior to Violin, Todd held a number of leadership positions including Managing Director at SPADEC LLC, President & CEO at Intermap Technologies, CEO & President Neterion, and COO at McData (acquired by Brocade). Todd is an accomplished executive with outstanding success in establishing new products and technologies in domestic and international markets through both acquisition and organic growth. He has had full P&L responsibility for $700M+ businesses. Todd has a deep understanding of complex technologies along with unique skills required to match customer needs to specifications to determine the best route to market. He has successfully led startups and Fortune 100 companies; possesses international experience for global business across the semiconductor, computing, networking, storage, and Software as a Service (SaaS) environments. Todd holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of Minnesota, as well as an MBA from the University of St. Thomas, Kotz School of Management.
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Posted by Todd Oseth on Dec 4, 2018 12:00:00 PM
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