Keith Neilson, Technical Evangelist, CloudSphere

As CloudSphere’s technical evangelist, Keith Neilson is responsible for the company’s analyst and cloud provider relationships and strategy with a focus on ensuring the wider market understands the business and technical value proposition of the CloudSphere platform. In addition to helping create collateral and messaging that support the company's go-to-market strategy, Neilson ensures that customer use cases are documented back into the various internal teams to ensure product advancements are geared toward real world scenarios and contributes into the company’s vision.

Prior to CloudSphere, Neilson held senior lead pre-sales engineering and management roles at Optibus, Cloudhouse and Sourcebits with a successful reputation for creating and defining compelling product positioning, advocating product advancements internally to steer product, lead strategic partner & customer engagements and creating and executing GTM strategies that attribute to significant growth.

He has a broad and strong multi-discipline skill set with a particular focus on cloud migration, modernization and management

Articles by Keith Neilson, Technical Evangelist, CloudSphere

The challenge with modern supply chains is one of multiple pressures hitting all at once. These include pandemic-induced disruptions, cyber attacks targeting supply chains and the effect that financial and trade sanctions are having on Russia for its war in Ukraine. To be more resilient, many companies have opened the spigot on enterprise investment and technology innovation for supply chain modernization. But these efforts must be well-coordinated to be effective. 

Posted August 11, 2022

Now is the time to put better strategies around edge implementations so they fit more safely and easily into the wider enterprise environment.

Posted November 11, 2021

A multi-cloud approach can provide a number of benefits including avoiding vendor lock-in, optimizing cost performance, and increasing reliability by distributing resources in the event of an IT disaster. These advantages have many organizations racing to adopt multi-cloud as the solution to their infrastructure needs. However, an unsuccessful transition can cost businesses significant time, resources, and money. Moving to multi-cloud requires deep planning and knowledge of each ecosystem to ensure a smooth transition.

Posted September 16, 2021