Greg Bruno is the Vice President of Engineering of the Software Manufacturing Division at Teradata where the charter of the division is to reliably and easily build Teradata's products via automation modeled after a physical assembly line.
He came to Teradata through an acquistion of StackIQ, where he was the co-founder and Vice President of Engineering. StackIQ produced "Stacki" an open-source solution that is capable of bringing thousands of servers, from fully-configured "heavy" servers to Raspberry Pis, up to a ping and a prompt in minutes.
Prior to joining StackIQ, he co-founded the open-source Rocks Cluster Group at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) where he helped to architect, design and implement the Rocks Cluster Distribution, an open-source software stack that enables domain-specific users to build and manage their own clusters.
Prior to the Rocks Cluster Group, he worked for 10 years at Teradata (his first tenure at Teradata) where he developed cluster management software for the systems that supported the world’s largest databases.
He received his M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from UCSD where he researched parallel