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Angela Fong oversees all aspects of Joyent’s engineering groups, including development, release, and deployment of all market offerings and played a critical role in creating Triton — Joyent’s modern and open next generation cloud. With more than two decades of experience in cloud computing and enterprise application development, she previously worked at Oracle before becoming Director of Engineering at newScale Inc., an innovative cloud start up, which was acquired by Cisco in 2011. Angela has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Hong Kong as well as M.Sc. in Information Systems from the London School of Economics.
Cameron has spent 20+ years working primarily as a software engineer, architect, and engineering manager—most recently focused on distributed systems and cloud-native infrastructure. Prior to Joyent, Cameron worked at Keap, Faithlife and PIER Systems. Cameron studied at the University of Washington, with a concentration in Engineering.
Eric has been with Samsung for more than 17 years. Before coming to SRA, he worked in process consulting and risk management for overseas subsidiaries in SEC Corporate Finance team. Previous to that, he was CFO of Samsung Electronics Nordic AB and Controller for Samsung Electronics Co, Ltd Korea regional HQ. He holds an MBA degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and a Bachelor of International Trade from Dongguk University in Korea.
Sean is responsible for Joyent’s commercial product portfolio and market strategy. The commercial group aligns sales, support, product engineering and marketing teams to deliver innovative cloud infrastructure solutions and services to our global enterprise customers . Sean has spent 10 years at Joyent in numerous management roles focused on our customers. Prior to Joyent, Sean spent 7 years at Dell in corporate accounts sales and has a Bachelors of Arts and Economics from Vanderbilt University.
Seong-Kook began his career as a Software Development Engineer at Samsung Electronics. He started as an embedded software developer then transitioned to a server-side Cloud Software Developer, where he designed and implemented several key services such as Samsung OpenAPI (for the InternetTV), Samsung Cloud Application Platform (PaaS), and Samsung Voice Recognition Service (a.k.a. SVoice). His specialties are designing the architecture for large-scale services, and ensuring service stability. Seong-Kook earned his Bachelor’s of Computer Engineering & Computer Science from Hongik University.
Over the course of his career, Winston covered a broad range of systems administration, data center operations, site reliability engineering, and front & back-end software engineering for web and desktop applications on a variety of operating systems and platforms. Winston believes in understanding the technology that his teams are responsible for and respecting the work involved in implementing and supporting it. Prior to Joyent, Winston spent 4 years at VMWare and 5 years at Terremark and has achieved various network and security certifications.
In June of 2016 Joyent was acquired by Samsung.
Joyent and Samsung share a culture of innovation and technical excellence, and bring together a set of highly complementary cloud, big data, mobile and IoT technologies. By bringing these two companies together we are creating the opportunity to develop and bring to market vertically integrated services and solutions that deliver extraordinary simplicity and value to our customers.