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Troy Angrignon is a sales and marketing executive with sixteen years experience in the IT arena, spanning network consulting services, enterprise software, software as a service, web 2.0 software, and cloud computing. As VP Sales & Marketing, Troy is responsible for working with the team to ensure that Cloudscaling is building market focused solutions that serve our client’s business needs.

Prior to Cloudscaling, Troy worked as an independent consultant with two very well-known and respected cloud brand names: RightScale and Appirio. He helped RightScale build out their ISV Partner program with large ISVs such as IBM, Oracle, Novell, Sun, Red Hat, Zend, and others. For Appirio, he provided cloud strategy and advice to their Fortune 500 clients and also updated and released the third version of his cloud computing ecosystem map. His writings, partner deals and ecosystem map have garnered press in Sandhill, eWeek, Information Week, Info World, VentureBeat, ReadWriteWeb, ChangeThis.com, Cutter IT Journal, Deal Architect, and many other industry sites.

Troy has served as co-chair of the Under the Radar: Clarity in the Cloud 2009 conference, President of a multi-million dollar development services startup in the web 2.0 space, Emerging Technology Strategist for Business Objects, and Founder/CEO of a computer consulting services firm.

Troy is passionate about building businesses that have a positive impact on the world and that address humanity’s largest challenges. Here is an inside peek at his session at Cloud Connect Building Private/Hybrid Clouds — Enterprise Virtualization, AWS-Style Clouds, Bare-Metal, All of the Above?:

  • Many vendors and IT organizations have been busy building private and hybrid clouds using enterprise virtualization as the foundation. Some have been very successful while others found them lacking and want something built with an architecture more like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Compute Engine.Come and learn how to think about your requirements and application portfolio and your infrastructure options in a way that will help you understand the pros and cons of each and how to assess which is/are right for the job.

Register with priority code SMCCBlog by March 2 and save up to $500* on your Cloud Connect All Access or Conference Pass.

*Discount calculated based on the on-site price and not combinable with other offers. Offer good on new registrations only. Prices after discount applied: All Access: $1,899.00 Conference: $1,499.00, Workshop: 699.00, Expo Plus: $100.00, Expo Only: Free

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