Vikas Shivpuriya

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Vikas Shivpuriya is Technology Director at a large insurance company where he leads product strategy and development. Before this, he was at IBM where he worked on product development for company’s cloud division. At IBM, Vikas was responsible for the development of Cloud platform, information, integration, analytics and deployment, and helped deliver IBM's hybrid cloud application platform capabilities.

With over 18 years in technology world, Vikas is adept at cloud technologies, including PaaS and IaaS, as well as enterprise application integration and related practices. He has been a developer, founding member/partner at a startup, architect, and all around technology leader.

Vikas has been honored with numerous awards including IBM Research accomplishment, invention achievement and Plateau award. He has co-authored five patents and technical papers.

He has keen interest in ubiquitous and pervasive computing, and he is actively involved in cloud and microservices implementations.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Vikas Shivpuriya and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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