Ezhilarasan Natarajan
CEO
CoreStack

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  1. Ezhilarasan Natarajan, who shortly goes by Ez (pronounced “Easy”) is the Founder and CEO of CoreStack. Ez is an entrepreneur and an accomplished technology executive with 22+ years of experience in architecting and delivering sophisticated and revenue-generating business solutions that satisfy diverse technology requirements across multiple industry segments. Specific to cloud computing, he is a pioneer in the field helping to develop some of the world’s largest cloud service platforms, including helping build Azure from its early days. He has led the efforts to build Blue Cloud Services of Microsoft for China and has been an integral part of building Optus Yes cloud for Australia, working with Cisco. Ez is a seasoned leader with a history of building highly successful global teams, developing new products and features, and ensuring the delivery of projects that focus on generating business value. He has built the hospitality industry’s leading travel management SaaS platform from its nascent stages to a platform that managed $1.2B value of transactions per year by the late 2000s. He has transformed one of the world’s largest public cloud services platform (Azure) from its early stages of availability to a $1B+ revenue-generating platform by 2012. During his career, Ez has worked in key management positions for a variety of technology companies including Texas Instruments, JDA (formerly i2 Technologies), Mindtree, Capgemini Group, and Alcatel-Lucent. At CoreStack, he successfully established the foundation for Continuous and Autonomous Cloud Governance at Scale as a critical necessity in Enterprises.

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  2. Smart, empathetic, and results-driven!

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