Industry News Desk
Citrix Creates Chief Cloud Advocate Role for Top 50 Cloudster Reuven Cohen
Cohen joins other household names in Cloud Computing who now work at Citrix
Aug. 18, 2013 08:00 AM
Reuven Cohen, who in 2004 founded Enomaly to bring to market his vision for an "Elastic Computing Platform" (ECP), has joined Citrix in a newly-formed role: Chief Cloud Advocate.
Cohen joins other household names in Cloud Computing who now work at Citrix such as Sheng Liang and Shannon Williams, founders of Cloud.com in 2008, and open source veteran Mark Hinkle. All four - Cohen, Liang, Williams, and Hinkle - were early, and remain popular, participants in the industry-leading international Cloud Expo® conference series.
In May 2010 he was appointed to the International Advisory Board of Cloud Expo®, along with a roster of Enterprise IT heavyweights such as Peter Coffee (Salesforce), Tom Lounibos (SOASTA), and Siki Giunti (CSC). Cohen is also one of the Top 50 cloudsters featured by Cloud Expo Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan in his ongoing "Who's Who in Cloud Computing" series at CloudComputingJournal.com.
Reuven Cohen was interviewed for SYS-CON.TV by Cloud Expo® Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan at 1st Cloud Expo, held in 2008 in San Jose, California.
In December 2011 Enomaly was acquired by Virtustream, where Cohen acted as Sr. Vice President of Community Clouds until this present new appointment.