What’s this week about?
Month on DevCentral? Suzanne, Hitesh, Greg, Marty and Lori are ready! Last
week we looked at services,
and other areas to focus on once you get your cloud running. We also had a cool
Lightboard Lesson explaining BIG-IP
in the public cloud. This week we go deeper into areas like high availability, scalability, responsibility, inter-connectivity and exploring the
philosophy behind cloud deployment models.
Now that we’re half-way through Cloud
Month, I thought it’d be fun to share a little bit about our authors.
Suzanne Selhorn is a Sr.
Technical Writer with our TechPubs team. Our Technical Communications team are
responsible for many of the deployment guides you use and are also the creators
of some of the awesome step-by-step technical videos featured on DevCentral’s YouTube
channel. She and Thomas Stanley crafted the AWS series.
Hitesh Patel is a Sr.
Solution Architect covering Cloud/DevOps. He’s one of the smartest cloud cookies
we got and works with F5 customers to get a handle on their cloud deployments.
He also loves karaoke.
Greg Coward is a Solution
Architect on our Business Development team. The BizDev team works with our many
technology partners building out joint solutions. Greg covers Microsoft and how
BIG-IP plays in Azure among other solutions.
Marty Scholes is an
Applications Architect with our Solutions Marketing team. Traditionally, he
writes whitepapers, technical articles and helps the Marketing team understand
the technical nuances of various solutions and this month he went deep into
Finally, someone you probably are already familiar due to her extensive
writing and expertise, F5’s Principal Technical Evangelist Lori MacVittie. User 38 on
DevCentral, she is a subject matter expert on emerging technologies and how F5
fits with the internet craze these days. I’ve been fortunate to have known &
worked with Lori since her early days at F5 when we were both trailblazing
Technical Marketing Managers.
The DevCentral team truly appreciates their contributions to Cloud
Month and encourages you to connect with them.