January 28, 2013
Roy has had deep interest and experience building scalable data systems since his days hacking functional programs for massively distributed systems as an MIT undergrad 20 years ago. Currently, he is responsible for the analytics systems that Oracle uses internally to track development metrics for its flagship Fusion Applications product line. Earlier, Roy led a team that built a service designed to provide millions of file versions in real time to thousands of software developers by applying in-memory caching techniques. His first job after MIT was designing and executing the first benchmark of Oracle's business applications on IBM's high-end Unix systems.
Engineering analytics at Oracle. Passionate about building scalable systems for big data. Agile dev enthusiast.