About

Alessandro Cardoso is a passionate technology evangelist and a subject matter expert in cloud, virtualization and management. Author and speaker at key technical events in Australia and New Zealand.

His major strengths includes: strong leadership and hands on skills, excellent communication skills, strong team player, attention to detail, ability to manage varied and conflicting demands to agreed standards and timelines,  dutiful respect for compliance in all regulated environments, as well as supervisory skills including hiring skills.

His product skill sets include Microsoft infrastructure technologies such as Hyper-V, System Center, Windows Server, SQL Server, Active Directory, Exchange, SharePoint, IIS and Forefront, and he also has strong knowledge in Quest Migration Manager, Linux Infrastructure, Networking, Security Solutions (such as VPN, Firewall) and VMware in complex and large scenarios; He has strong grasp of infrastructure and architecture solutions, IT management and industry-related datacenter processes, strategies, industry regulations and requirements.

Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in virtualization since 2009. He is a well-known speaker at IT-related events such as TechEd, CNASI, Windows Road Shows and User Groups. He has consistently been a presenter for more than 10 years.

An active member of Microsoft System Center TAP, Australia Computer Society Certified Professional, MCSE, MCSA, MCT and VMware Certified Professional, he was selected as Microsoft TechNet Brazil IT Hero in 2007. He also awarded the Microsoft IT Heroes Happen award in Los Angeles in 2008. Furthermore, his virtualization project for a governmental institution in Brazil, while working as IT Manager, was selected as business case by Microsoft.

He works for Readify as National Manager for Platform Solutions, leading major Cloud projects in APAC.

Author of the book System Center VMM 2012 Cookbook http://wp.me/p15Fu3-mK and reviewer of the Windows 2012 Hyper-V cookbook (#4422EN)

blog : http://Cloudtidings.com/

Twitter : #Cloudtidings

LinkedIn : au.linkedin.com/in/alessandrocardoso/

Certifications :
Australia Computer Society Certified Professional,
MCSA, MCSE, MCITP: Enterprise, MCSE: Security, MCT,
Modulo Certified Security Officer
VMware VCP 5 Certified Professional

Disclaimer

All opinions expressed on this website are my own and do not necessarily reflect those of my employer.

  1. November 13, 2010 at 06:56

    Mr Alessandro, todo bem , sou Nassim trabalhei com voce no TJMT por pouco tempo. Voce está em Australia. Very Nice blog you have here, and valuable information, although I prefer Vmware over Hyper-V.

    Take Care, Nassim

  2. fabrizio volpe
    March 29, 2011 at 17:29

    Hi Alessandro.
    Reading your aticle about the Remote Desktop Load Simulation Tools my question is : it’s a tool usefull for sizing VDI environment and if the answer is yes, it’s the BEST tool for doing that on Microsoft VDI environment ?

    Thank you

    Fabrizio (MVP Directory Services – Italy)

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