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Rishi Vaish

Rishi Vaish

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Rishi Vaish
Vice President of Product at RightScale
Rishi Vaish is the vice president of product at RightScale, where he is responsible for the product strategy, product roadmap, and customer experience. Previously as CTO Cloud Integration for IBM WebSphere, Rishi led the vision, strategy, and architecture for a suite of products. Before joining IBM, he was the vice president of engineering and product management at Cast Iron Systems (acquired by IBM). He has also served in senior engineering roles at other venture-backed startups. Rishi holds a bachelor of technology degree from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in New Delhi, India.

Articles by Rishi Vaish

Hard Lessons: 4 Reasons to Use SaaS for Cloud Management

Here at RightScale, we are a pure SaaS company (there is no on-premises delivery model for our Cloud Management product). In comparing a product suite offered as both SaaS and as an on-premises solution vs. the pure SaaS model, I’d like to share some observations on why I believe that SaaS is the best delivery model for cloud management.Read more

DevOps and Cloud: How to Make Business Love IT

Can DevOps, a process for fostering a faster and more collaborative software development actually improve an enterprise’s profitability and market capitalization? Now that cloud-first strategies are driving customer acquisition for many large enterprises, it’s clear that IT has a greater responsibility and larger role to play as a strategic partner to the business. But how?Read more

Google GCE Goes GA: 5 Reasons It's Time to Take a Look

Google has announced general availability of its Google Compute Engine (GCE) cloud service. Since GCE was first announced at Google IO in June 2012, cloud users and cloud pundits have been analyzing and theorizing about the significant impact Google could have in the IaaS market. Here are five reasons why GCE is a serious IaaS contender.Read more