Gaurav “GP” Pal is CEO and founder of stackArmor. He is an award-winning Senior Business Leader with a successful track record of growing and managing a secure cloud solutions practice with over $100 million in revenue focused on U.S. federal, Department of Defense, non-profit and financial services clients. Successfully led and delivered multi-million-dollar Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud migration and broker programs for U.S. government customers including the Department of the Treasury, and Recovery Accountability & Transparency Board (RATB) since 2009.
GP is the Industry Chair at the University of Maryland’s Center for Digital Innovation, Technology and Strategy (DIGITS). He has strong relationship-based consultative selling experience with C-level executives providing DevOps, Managed Services, IaaS, Managed IaaS, PaaS and SaaS in compliance with US FedRAMP, FISMA, HIPAA and NIST Security Frameworks. He has a successful track record of delivering multiple cloud solutions with leading providers including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, Google and among others.
GP is a published author and thought leader having spoken at Cloud Expo East, and published in InformationWeek, Gigaom, JavaWorld and IEEE among others.
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of GP and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.
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