Gary Thome is vice president and chief engineer within the Converged Datacenter Infrastructure business at HPE. He is responsible for the technical and architectural directions of converged datacenter products and technologies including HPE Synergy. Previously, Thome led and contributed to technology and architecture directions for HP OneView, HP CloudSystem, and HP BladeSystem, including embedded technologies such as HP Virtual Connect, HP Insight Control, and HP Thermal Logic. He also was responsible for the successful introduction of the HP ProLiant DL360, the first HP ProLiant 1U server. With more than 27 years of HPE and HP experience, Thome has also directed efforts in industry-standard servers, desktop computers, and professional workstations. He holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and is the author of 48 patents.
Episode | June 19th, 2019 | Season 2019 | 17 mins 59 secs
composable infrastructure, converged infrastructure, hci, hewlett packard enterprise, hpe, software defined infrastructure
Joining the podcast this week is Gary Thome, HPE's vice president and chief engineer within the Converged Datacenter Infrastructure business. Moor Insights & Strategy analysts Matt Kimball and Steve McDowell talk to Gary to gain a deeper understanding of what converged infrastructure is, and how it fits into modern IT architecture.