Sr Director Analyst
3 years at Gartner
20 years industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
Craig Lowery, Ph.D., is a Research Director in Gartner's Technology and Service Provider group. He covers cloud computing in general, infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and managed services for public cloud. Other areas of expertise and interest include the emerging "container" ecosystem (lightweight virtualization), serverless computing such as AWS Lambda, cloud application development models, cloud service expense management, cloud management platforms, internal cloud service brokerage and organizational models, and cloud service pricing models. Previous roles include chief cloud architect for cloud management products, technical executive for merger and acquisition activities of cloud-related startups, senior distinguished engineer in a large enterprise software company CTO division, and associate professor and director of Graduate Studies of Computer Science.
Craig Lowery's Recent Gartner Activity
Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud Infrastructure Professional and Managed Services, Worldwide
Create Successful Consumptive Pricing Models by Balancing Transparency, Predictability and Simplicity
Tech CEOs Must Balance Transparency, Predictability and Simplicity in Their Consumptive Pricing Models
In his most recent role at Dell, Mr. Lowery developed and promulgated a differentiated cloud reference architecture to guide the software group's system management product strategy, as well as performing technical due diligence and executive integration functions for several acquisitions including Enstratius (Dell Cloud Manager). He was also an in-demand presenter for enterprise briefings and high-profile customer engagements.
Dell, Sr. Distinguished Engineer and Executive Director, 15 years
Mississippi College, Associate Professor, 8 years
Double-Major Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Mathematics, , Mississippi College
Master's degree in Computer Science, Vanderbilt University
Ph.D. in Computer Science, Vanderbilt University