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Gideon Wulfsohn

Sr. Solutions Engineer
Gideon Wulfsohn is a Senior Solutions Engineer at HashiCorp where he helps enterprises adopt modern infrastructure practices. Prior to joining HashiCorp he worked as a Solutions Architect at AWS within a patch of 150 high growth businesses while also supporting the go to market strategy for Amazon SageMaker in an effort to simplify the DevOps challenges related to machine learning. Following AWS he worked at Spot, now a part of NetApp, where he guided the cost optimization strategy within a number of exciting infrastructure environments. He enjoys all things DevOps and is here to help you remove the pain and wrangling that you may associate operating in the cloud.
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