President & Chief Executive Officer
Mike has more than 25 years of sales and executive leadership experience in scale-out analytic applications, grid computing, storage infrastructure, security, and retail.
Prior to Clustrix, Mike ran the top sales division of large-scale cloud computing company Platform Computing, later acquired by IBM. He also led global sales of ParAccel, and helped with a successful turnaround of PostX Corporation, prior to its acquisition by Cisco. Azevedo held several leadership positions at VERITAS Software, where he was involved in strategic M&A and business process re-engineering, eventually becoming head of the F100 sales team.
Mike holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration/ management from Chico State University
Chief Financial Officer
Tom brings 30 years of financial experience to Clustrix, having developed and supported a variety of business models in both public and private companies. In his most recent role and PivotLink, Tom was responsible for corporate governance, debt and equity financing, strategic financial planning, legal, accounting and human resources. Previous CFO roles include Kickfire, a data analytics appliance provider, PanTerra Networks, Knova Software, Embrace Networks, and Solopoint. Earlier in his career, Tom spent 12 years at Tandem Computers supporting a variety of business units including the $200M NonStop SQL database software division.
Tom holds an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BS in Economics from Bowling Green.
Vice President of Engineering
Prior to Clustrix, Robbie was the founder and CTO of Thynkster. Robbie also worked in vice president roles at marketing software companies Marketo and MarketLive. At both companies, he implemented agile processes and practices, significantly improving concept-to-market deployment. In addition, Robbie served 10 years as the key engineer on the database engine at Sybase, later becoming the director of SQL server. Later, he led the performance effort for the RDBMS system posting record-breaking benchmarks and leading the scalability re-architecture of the core database engine.
Vice President of Operations
Scott has more than 20 years experience in technology, ranging from consumer to enterprise, software to appliance. Before Clustrix, Scott directed Software quality assurance and engineering operations at Isilon Systems through the early growth stages to revenue of more than $100M. Isilon had a successful IPO in 2006 and was acquired by EMC in 2010 for $2.25B. Earlier roles at Getty Images, Microsoft, and Nintendo kept Scott focused on building highly scalable processes and teams.
Scott studied computer science at the University of Washington.