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I'm Nilkanth Iyer, Head of IBM Cloud Ecosystem Team for India and SEA. Ask me anything!
I'm Nilkanth Iyer, Head of IBM Cloud Ecosystem Team for India and SEA. Ask me anything!
Jun 23, 2015 04:30 AM CDT
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Hi! I'm Nilkanth (Neel) Iyer and I lead the Cloud Ecosystem team in IBM India-South Asia. The Cloud Ecosystem team can be considered as a start-up working within IBM evangelizing and promoting cutting edge Infrastructure as a service IBM Softlayer and Platform as a Service Bluemix. The Cloud Ecosystem team works very closely with start-ups, cloud ISV's helping them port their solutions to Softlayer and Bluemix. Bluemix has rich capabilities around Watson Cognitive, Mobility, Big Data & Analytics.

I joined IBM through the Telelogic acquisition where I led the sales & marketing for Telelogic in India. I have also been a successfully failed entrepreneur of a start-up which was a great learning experience. My areas of interest and expertise are Platform as a Service, Business Strategy, Marketing and Growth hacking.

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Hi! I'm Deepak Rai and I am the client technical specialist for Bluemix. I work with clients to get them up with Bluemix and provide technical help on how well Bluemix can leverage. Have been working closely with the real time analysis , watson cognitive, IOT services in Bluemix.

I am passionate about cloud technologies. My area of interest are platform as a service and working with start ups excites me. Previously i had worked as a mobile and a web developer with great knowledge of many JavaScript frameworks.

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