John Sirmon Joins SentryOne Product Team
CHARLOTTE, NC – March 15, 2018 – SentryOne announced that John Sirmon has joined its Product Team as Senior Product Manager. Sirmon comes to SentryOne after nearly two decades with Microsoft, most recently as Senior Program Manager with the Azure Customer Advisory Team.
“We have known John for years and the technical depth and platform expertise he brings will be a great addition,” said Jason Hall, Vice President of Product. “Much of our SSAS support was based on John’s published works when he was with Microsoft and we are thrilled to have him join our team.”
Sirmon will be responsible for product initiatives related to Advanced Analytics, Big Data, and Business Intelligence, both on-premises
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“I’ve always felt SentryOne was the best in the industry for what they do… they have managed to distill decades of experience and expertise into their platform. Experience and expertise that comes from the who’s who of Microsoft Data Professionals,” said Sirmon. “I have crossed paths with many SentryOne team members during my long career with Microsoft, and I am thrilled to join them in delivering greater value and insight to the most pressing big data and analytics issues facing the BI sector today.”
SentryOne is a technology company whose award-winning solutions empower Microsoft data professionals to achieve breakthrough performance across physical, virtual and cloud environments. Its team includes an unprecedented eight Microsoft MVPs, individuals recognized by Microsoft for their subject matter expertise and community impact. Over the years, SentryOne has developed cutting-edge capabilities to optimize SQL Server performance, including Plan Explorer, the query tuning tool. The company was founded in 2004 as SQL Sentry LLC, and it employs more than 120 people in Charlotte, NC. The Company announced in August plans to move to larger offices in Charlotte’s Lower South End to support its accelerating growth and recently announced the opening of SentryOne EMEA in Dublin, Ireland.