QuadraNet, a provider of enterprise-grade IaaS hosting solutions based in Los Angeles, is expanding its Cloud Business Unit with the appointment of Tony DeLuce as Senior Cloud Solutions Architect. Mr. DeLuce comes from Zayo Group where he also had the role of Senior Cloud Solutions Architect.
Tony DeLuce will report directly to QuadraNet’s Chief Cloud Officer, William D. Souder and will support cloud and channel sales efforts with “well-architected” solution designs. Mr. DeLuce would be instrumental in providing customer feedback, marketing support, and direct input to further cloud product development for QuadraNet.
DeLuce brings 20 years of technical solutions engineering experience, including leading solution engineering teams before coming QuadraNet. His passion is solving complex customer problems with hybrid and multi-cloud solutions. He would bring extensive experience with bare metal and VMware private cloud, as well as AWS, Microsoft Azure, and, most recently, Google Cloud Platform.
Hybrid Cloud, Multi-Cloud
“I am excited to join QuadraNet, an innovating leader in hybrid and multi-cloud solutions,” said Tony DeLuce. “QuadraNet’s QNMonitor is the world’s most comprehensive monitoring platform and provides the capability to monitor across every major cloud provider and compare performance and cost. This analysis liberates our customers from being locked into a particular cloud provider by providing the real-time and historical data necessary to select the best cloud environment for their specific workloads.”
Tony holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of California, Davis. More recently, he graduated from Cal State Polytechnic, where he completed an M.S. in Computer Science.
“Cloud computing is crucial as ever. Tony brings years of deep industry expertise, with an outstanding reputation in the solution architecture and design arena,” said Ilan Mishan, Founder and CEO of QuadraNet. “We are confident that he will be a strong asset to the Cloud Business unit, which is growing rapidly and will help the unit to meet the surge in demand of cloud computing.”