Welcome back to Get to Know Green House Data, in which we introduce members of the teams who run your wires, update your cloud, take care of your billing, and hash out new products.
This week, we go to Seattle to talk to Data Center Operations Specialist Mike Wittenberger, who recently spearheaded the implementation of cold aisle containment in our Westin Building facility. Mike explains his globetrotting upbringing and spills the beans on some of his favorite spots in Seattle.
We're back with another edition of Get to Know Green House Data! If this is your first time reading, this blog series introduces the staff running, promoting, troubleshooting, and supporting our data center facilities and services across the country.
This week, we visit with Managed Services Administrator Stephen Martin, who describes the exciting early days of the internet and the rapid pace of technology advances he encountered while serving in the Air Force, and explains what an "Iron Butt" ride is.
Welcome back to Get to Know Green House Data, our bimonthly series that introduces you to the team behind the data centers. This week, we head down to Denver to talk to Joe Kozlowicz, the Content and Community Engagement Manager on our marketing team, who describes the ideal compromise between donuts and bacon, his favorite activities in the Mile High City, and why he enjoys marketing for Green House Data.
For the new year, we've got some new questions queued up for Get to Know Green House Data. But for now, we're still wrapping up the last of our interviews from last year.
In case you're new to this series, Get to Know Green House Data introduces you to some of our great staff. This week, meet Cloud Services Senior Engineer Jim Taylor, who has written also a number of blogs for us in the past.
Welcome back to Get to Know Green House Data, where we introduce you to the great staff keeping your apps and data online 24/7. This week, we talk to Implementation Project Manager Brad Bickford, who takes us along on some of his favorite outings in Seattle and around the nearby mountains.