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Jun 19 I’m excited to announce that, as of yesterday, .

I’ve joined the Gartner for Technical Professionals (GTP) team here at Gartner

For years, I’ve enjoyed working closely with Kyle Hilgendorf, Eli Khnaser, Mindy Cancila, Doug Toombs, Marco Meinardi, Alan Waite.

And many others in our GTP research division

and I’m looking forward to deepening this collaboration.
Those of you who have known me for a while might remember that I spent more than 15 years in Gartner’s Technology and Service Provider division, and then, for the last two and a half years, .

I’ve been in the Infrastructure Strategies team in Gartner’s IT Leaders group

Throughout all of these years, I’ve written a lot of deep-dive research for both managerial and technical audiences, and spent a lot of time talking to everyone from the CIO to the sourcing managers and engineers in the trenches, as well as vendors and investors.
I’ve always enjoyed being more hands-on, though, .

And the move into GTP will give me a chance to write more in-depth practical advice

For the next couple of months, I’ll be in a state of transition.
I’ll be doing both types of inquiry for a while, but in the future, .

Clients will need a Gartner GTP “seat” to speak with me

In the next month or two.

You’ll see me publish a bunch of research into the ITL agendas

as I finish up that work, and then rethink my previously-planned agenda (much of which will still likely be published, albeit into GTP).

I’ll be at the Gartner Catalyst conference in August

with my first GTP presentation, called “Improve Cloud Operations with Site Reliability Engineering”, focused on how to take the principles, practices, and tools used to manage massive cloud-native applications, and apply them at an enterprise level for cloud operations at a more typical scale.
The cloud IaaS team at Gartner is exceptionally collaborative across our divisions and teams, and I expect to continue working very closely with all the awesome analysts that I’ve worked with over the years.

Gartner is backfilling my previous role

and I highly encourage any cloud IaaS experts out there to reach out to me if you’re interested.

Here’s the job req: https://bit.ly/2JBagOb Tweet

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