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Mindy Cancila works as a Managing Vice President in Gartner for Technical Professionals (GTP) managing the Data center and Cloud operations team. Mindy has been with Gartner for four years. She is also the agenda manager for public cloud. Her current areas of research include cloud adoption strategy, comparing and selecting public cloud service providers for IaaS, and cloud management. Before joining Gartner, Ms. Cancila worked in Dell's Enterprise Strategy group researching cloud adoption patterns to help define private and hybrid cloud strategies. She also spent two years focused on Dell's storage strategy, including software-defined storage and scale-out architectures. Prior to joining Dell, Ms. Cancila worked for 10 years at HP, focused on x86 server hardware and software development and program management.
David J. Cappuccio is a VP, Distinguished Analyst and Chief of Research for the Infrastructure teams within Gartner. Mr. Cappuccio is responsible for research in enterprise data center strategies and trends, data center physical design, retrofit, construction and cost models, data center cloud and hybrid strategies, power/cooling, green IT, and data center consolidation and migration strategies. His experience extends more than 45 years in the technology arena, including financial services, IT operations, market research and management consulting. Prior to rejoining Gartner in 2004, Mr. Cappuccio spent 10 years with the company, starting in 1992, in various research and executive roles, including Group VP and General Manager of Gartner's worldwide Research organization.
Tiny Haynes provides industry research into cloud and hosting service providers and associated hardware and software vendors based in the EMEA region.