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Lee Calcote

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Lee Calcote
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Calcote in 2016
BornLee Michael Calcote
Mississippi, U.S.
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
🏫 EducationUniversity of South Dakota, California State University, Fresno
🎓 Alma materCalifornia State University, Fresno
💼 Occupation
  • Technology Strategy at SolarWinds
  • Advisor of Twistlock
  • Cloud Engineering at Seagate
  • Cloud Engineering at Cisco Systems
🌐 Websitegingergeek.com

Lee Calcote is an American-born computer scientist. He pioneered the creation of Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud,[1] a leading cloud management platform (recognized by Gartner MQ, Forrester Wave, 451 Research).[2] Calcote served on the DMTF's Scalable Platforms Management Forum to create the 1.0 release of Redfish, an open industry standard for systems management. Calcote stewards strategy and innovation across SolarWinds portfolios[3] and launched[4] Innovate Summit, an open developer community event. He is an active contributor to open source projects.[5] He currently serves as a Cloud Native Ambassador for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) [6] and as a Docker Captain.[7]


Calcote joined Cisco in 2008,[8] where he worked on Cisco's cloud management platform. Calcote moved to Seagate in 2014. There he promoted the terms hyper-converged infrastructure, software defined storage and software-defined data centers. Working within the DMTF's Scalable Platforms Management Forum, he modernized Seagate's systems product line with secure, scalable, simple, vendor-agnostic management interface using Redfish.[9] Calcote joined SolarWinds in 2016 as Head of Technology Strategy. He is an advisor to Twistlock [10] and serves as a Cloud Native Ambassador.[11]


2015. ""Redfish Scalable Platforms Management API Specification" (PDF). Retrieved 2018-01-20." in Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF). August 4th, 2015.


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