Meet Our Team

  • Dmitri Korablev
    Head of Engineering

    Dmitri is a veteran of six startups including Deem, Strevus, and Qivawith expertise in data management, SaaS, data integration, enterprise security, and telephony. He has also held key engineering positions at GE Digital (VP of Engineering and Technical Product Management), Informatica (VP and GM Product Information Management), and Siperian (VP Engineering and Chief Architect).

  • Rima Mutreja
    Head of Business Development

    Rima brings over ten years of business development and partner alliances experience. Prior to joining Datometry, Rima was a Sales Director at Apptio, with a charter to help CIOs and ITleaders manage the business of IT. Rima has also spent eight years at Microsoft in various roles building new business in the Enterprise & Partner Group, as well as Public Sector teams.

  • Jack Nolan
    Global Growth Leader

    Jack Nolan leads Global Growth at Datometry. Jack brings over 30 years of international software and professional services sales and sales management experience to this role. His expertise in direct sales and alliance/channel partner management across a wide range of industries are critical for Datometry’s partner-driven Go-To-Market. Jack has delivered accelerated growth to numerous Data Management start-ups and also brings a keen understanding of global enterprises through his tenure at multi-national organizations including IBM, AT&T, SAP, and BearingPoint.

  • Mohamed Soliman
    Chief Architect

    Mohamed brings deep expertise in distributed data processing, query processing, distributed data processing, data warehousing. He was Staff Engineer at Pivotal Inc. where he worked on building Greenplum’s Orca query optimizer initiative. He has also held senior software engineering positions at Greenplum in the Query Processing team.

  • Mike Waas
    Founder & CEO

    Mike brings over 20 years of expertise in database research and commercial database development. He has held senior engineering positions at Microsoft, Amazon, EMC, and Pivotal and is the architect of Greenplum’s ORCA query optimizer. He has 30+ scientific peer-reviewed publications and holds 20+ patents.

  • Amarjit Gill

    Amarjit Gill is a serial entrepreneur and has co-founded and helped lead four companies that built lasting technologies. He was Co-Founder and CEO of Maginatics (acquired by EMC), co-founder and VP of business development and sales at SiByte (acquired by Broadcom), co-founder and EVP of business development and sales at PA Semi (acquired by Apple), and co-founder and CEO of Agnilux (acquired by Google). Earlier in his career, Amarjit was director of sales for strategic accounts in Digital Equipment Corporation’s semiconductor group. After that business unit was purchased by Intel, he served in a similar capacity for Intel. Amarjit also worked for many years at Texas Instruments in its technical sales organization. Amarjit received a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from San Jose State University.

  • Nicolas Giuli

    Nicolas Giuli is a partner at Redline Capital, a venture capital fund based in London, UK, that he has helped build since its launch in 2014 and which backs entrepreneurs developing disruptive software and hardware technologies in the US and in Europe. Nicolas brings more than 17 years of experience across technology from engineering and operations to finance and in various tech segments including enterprise software and telecommunications. Before Redline, Nicolas was Vice President at Morgan Stanley helping technology companies raise capital in public offerings and conduct M&As. His operating engineering career included leading the product management for several optical communications solutions at Corvis Corporation, a startup based in Columbia, MD.

  • Creighton Hicks

    Creighton Hicks is a Partner at Dell Technologies Capital (DTC) where he leads investments in next-generation infrastructure, cloud-native applications, devops, security, and management. Prior to DTC, Creighton was with Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers (KPCB) where he was actively involved in a number of the firm’s early-stage enterprise investments. His industry experience includes stints at VMware and IBM: at VMware, he led a core product marketing team for VMware’s flagship virtualization and cloud infrastructure offerings, and, at IBM’s Tivoli Software division, Creighton worked as a product manager, technical sales specialist, and developer. Creighton holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Texas and an MBA from HarvardBusiness School.

  • Peter Hsieh

    Dr. Peter Hsieh, General Partner of Acorn Pacific Ventures, started his VC career over two decades ago with venture capital and executive-level postions in Silicon Valley, Beijing, and Taipei. He has served as Chief Strategy Officer of Coretronic Corporation, President of Coretronic Venture Capital, and President of Optoma Corporation. Prior to these positions, he was a partner with AsiaVest Partners in Beijing, and partner with Harbinger Ventures. He was also part of the founding team and cofounder of PanoCorp Display Systems and WebEver Inc.Peter’s previous investment exits include IPOs of OmniVision, Oplink, Applied Optoelectronic Inc., and iSoftStone; and, M&As of Ultima Interconnect (Cadence), U-Systems (GE Medical), Lattice Power (Shunfeng), and Leyou. He is a board advisor to iSoftStone, Vice Chairman of Monte Jade West Science and Technology Association, a mentor at AAMA Beijing and AAMA Taipei Cradle Plan.

  • Joseph Hellerstein

    Professor Hellerstein is a much-recognized expert, accomplished author, entrepreneur (co-founder of Trifacta), and a respected speaker on all things data. He has led a number of influential open source projects, including Apache MADlib, Bloom, and Telegraph. Currently, he is the Jim Gray Professor of Computer Science at the University of California at Berkeley and the Chief Strategy Officer at Trifacta; he has also held several key industry positions including Director of Intel Research Berkeley and Chief Scientist of Cohera Corporation. Professor Hellerstein is also a Technical Advisor to DellEMC, Vitesse Data, Captricity, and SurveyMonkey among others. Professor Hellerstein’s numerous awards include the Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship, MIT Technology Review’s TR10and TR100 lists, Fortune Magazine’s Smartest in Tech list, and three ACM-SIGMOD Test of Time awards. Professor Hellerstein received his B.S. in Computer Science from Harvard University, his M.S. in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley, and his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

  • Sanjay Krishnamurthi

    Sanjay Krishnamurthi is currently Chief Architect and Director of Engineering of Azure Information Management at Microsoft and has held senior positions including Chief Architect and CTO positions at Informatica Corp. As Chief Architect at Informatica, he led the architecture and direction of the Informatica Platform for a decade. Krishnamurthi is a well-known speaker on all things data science and software architecture at technology conferences.Sanjay received a B. Tech from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, and a M.S. in Computer Science from University of Wisconsin, Madison.

  • Anupam Singh

    Anupam Singh is the General Manager of Data Warehouse at Cloudera. As a serial entrepreneur in the data management field he brings a unique perspective and critical understanding of enterprise database issues to Datometry. The companies he co-founded, Xplain.io and JovianData, got acquired by Cloudera and MarketShare, respectively. He is widely recognized for his deep subject matter expertise in database query processing. He has held senior engineering positions at Oracle, Sybase and Informix. As part of the Oracle query optimizer team, he worked on automatic detection and automatic tuning of SQL query performance issues. At Sybase, Anupam was instrumental in planning and execution of the company’s XML database efforts. Anupam holds several patents and is a published author in the area of query processing. He graduated from Pune University, India.

  • Robbert Van Renesse

    Robbert van Renesseis a Research Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Cornell University where he researches the fault tolerance and scalability of distributed systems and has authored or co-authored several books and journal publications on this subject. His industry experience includes co-founding two companies: Reliable Network Solutions, Inc., where he developed the Astrolabe system acquired by Amazon.com, and D.A.G. Labs acquired by FAST Search and Transfer. Professor van Renesse served as Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems from 1997 to 1999 and currently is the Chair of ACM SIGOPS and Associate Editor of ACM Computing Surveys. Besides being a Technical Advisor to Datometry, Inc., he has also served on the Technical Advisory Boards of Greenplum Inc. (acquired by EMC) and Midokura.

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