CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Calgary Scientific Inc., a company known for creating innovative technology for the medical industry and beyond, announced today that Julie Iannelli, Director of Engineering, at Calgary Scientific has been recognized as one of the ‘Top 10 Women in Cloud’ by CloudNOW, the executive consortium for the leading women in cloud and converging technologies. At Calgary Scientific, Ms. Iannelli drives the company’s PureWeb® cloud enablement solutions. PureWeb® quickly and securely moves enterprise applications from workstation, desktop and rich client architectures to the connected world, without the need to re-write code.
“Julie is one of the key cloud thought leaders who is pioneering the industry and leveling the playing field for future generations,” said Jocelyn DeGance Graham, founder of CloudNOW. “We recognize Julie’s dedication and passion for tech, and thank her for her continued contributions.”
Ms. Iannelli has 15 years of experience in the software development space, including senior developer and technical lead positions. At Calgary Scientific, she manages a cross-disciplinary group, including quality assurance, technical writing and software development team members.
“Calgary Scientific is very proud of Julie and her continuous high-level of contribution to our cloud and collaboration technology, our organization, and the industry,” said Dr. Byron Osing, Executive Chair at Calgary Scientific. “Julie and her development team are driving forward on a daily basis a truly barrier breaking technology in our PureWeb platform, one that will fast track the migration of enterprise computing to the era of cloud, hybrid, mobile and collaboration based solutions.”
Calgary Scientific has developed an extensive technological solution that enables existing applications to be virtualized in the cloud, and hybrid computed interoperable in both data center and external cloud environments. The PureWeb approach to application migration eliminates high-cost and risky legacy software code re-writes and traditional back end enterprise system integrations while providing extensive security, as no executable resides at the end point and no residual data is left on any device. PureWeb is the solution to rapidly transition the Fortune 1000+ to the cloud, hybrid computing capability and enterprise class mobility.
Winners will compete in a pitch-style event September 24th where the ‘Top Woman in Cloud’ will be named. Ms. Iannelli is among the best and brightest women in cloud including other finalists this year:
1. Adi Israel, TBM Consultant, Kaiser Permanente
2. Ann Wallace, Solutions Architect, Nike
3. Cornelia Davis, Director Platform Engineering, Pivotal (nominated by Intel)
4. Diane Mueller, Director of Community Development OpenShift, Red Hat
5. Jamie Miller, CIO, General Electric
6. Michelle Zatlyn, Founder and CEO of CloudFlare (nominated by Venrock)
7. Liz Centoni, VP GM, SP Access, Cisco
8. Mandy Storbakken, Principal Technologist, Medtronic (nominated by VMware)
9. Tana Jackson, Vice President Engineering, SOASTA
The Top 10 Women in Cloud Awards will be held at the Cuckoo’s Nest in Menlo Park. For more info visit: http://cloud-now.org/events/.
CloudNOW is a non-profit consortium of the leading women in cloud computing, providing a forum for networking, knowledge sharing, mentoring, and economic growth. CloudNOW offers members the opportunity to creatively approach the technological challenges of cloud today, working in partnership with the tech industry, and cloud thought leaders.
About Calgary Scientific Inc.
Calgary Scientific is the global leader in web and mobile diagnostic medical imaging solutions and application modernization technologies. For more information on Calgary Scientific, go to www.calgaryscientific.com.
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