Azmir Mohamed has more than 20 years experience delivering datacenter and enterprise campus infrastructure products. Prior to joining Cloudscaling, he was Sr. Director, Product Management at Abiquo, a hypervisor agnostic enterprise software solution that enables organizations to leverage their existing virtualized infrastructure to enable IaaS. While at Abiquo, he was responsible for driving their product roadmap plus collaborated with their strategic technology partners in building automation, billing, compute and storage infrastructure integration.
Previously, he was held various senior product management roles at VMware, where he was responsible for defining market and product requirements for VMware’s proliferation, backup and storage replication product portfolio. During his time there, he was responsible for bringing the vSphere Replication, VMware Data Recovery and VMware Server products to market. Azmir was also spent 9 years at Cisco System where he had a variety of product management and technical roles in the multi-billion dollar Cisco Catalyst stackable switches business unit.
Azmir has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Brown University.
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