About David Klee


d-headshot-smallDavid is a technologist that is lucky enough to have created a job doing that which he enjoys – working in high technology, using cutting edge technology to make businesses more efficient. He is the Founder and Chief Architect of Heraflux Technologies, and travels around the country working with companies on the convergence of data and infrastructure.

pass_logo_smDavid regularly contributes to the PASS Virtualization, Performance, and High Availability and Disaster Recovery virtual chapters. David also helps the Maine SQL Server Users Group.

David is also a member of the PASS High Availability and Disaster Recovery Virtual Chapter board. The virtual chapter meets the second Tuesday of each month for a one hour technical presentation on high availability and disaster recovery topics. For more information about this virtual chapter, click here.

Areas of interest:

  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Cloud platforms – MS Azure and Amazon AWS
  • Server virtualization with VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V
  • Cloud architecture, performance, and monitoring
  • Virtualization Maturity Process
  • Datacenter Design
  • Infrastructure and Storage
  • Networking
  • High Availability & Disaster Recovery
  • Usability and interface design

Professional Accomplishments:

  • Microsoft Data Platform MVP
  • VMware vExpert
  • VMware Certified Advanced Professional – Data Center Design
  • VMware Certified Professional
  • VMware Certified Professional – Cloud
  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert – Cloud Platform & Infrastructure
Current areas of study:
  • Public and private cloud architecture
  • Advanced Enterprise Networking
  • SQL Server and Windows internals
When not actively neck deep in technology (which is rare, I’ll admit), I enjoy anything with a motor and am an amateur photographer.
If you think I can help serve your company and are interested in contracting me, please feel free to contact me. I openly give consulting tips and advice away!

Please feel free to leave your comments. You can also connect to me on LinkedIn here.

I want this blog post to be an open discussion, so guest blog posts are quite welcome.

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