Joe Kim is the Executive Vice President of Engineering and Global Chief Technology Officer at SolarWinds, responsible for the overall technology strategy, direction, and execution for SolarWinds 30+ IT management products and systems. Previously, Kim was the General Manager of Hewlett-Packard® Enterprise’s Transform business unit responsible for product strategy, management, engineering and execution of five new, innovative products in the IT Operations Management (ITOM) space, and the CTO for HP Software’s Application Delivery Management (ADM) and ITOM businesses responsible for leading the development of transformational technologies and forward-thinking ideas. He has held other executive leadership roles at General Electric, Berkshire Hathaway, and several start-ups. Kim holds a Bachelors in Computer Science, and Criminology and Law Studies from Marquette University.

In his current position at SolarWinds, he leads a global organization responsible for defining the technical vision and strategy for the company’s portfolio of 50+ IT management software products. His team, with developers on five continents, forms the technical foundation of the company’s brand promise to deliver cost-effective software with deep functionality that simplifies IT management for technology professionals, and helps improve their agility and responsiveness.

Prior to joining SolarWinds in 2016, Joe served as general manager of Hewlett-Packard® Enterprise’s Transform business unit, running product strategy, management, engineering and execution to commercialize new innovations in the IT Operations Management (ITOM) space. Earlier, he was CTO for HP Software’s Application Delivery Management (ADM) and ITOM businesses. He also has held other executive leadership roles at General Electric, Berkshire Hathaway, and several start-ups.

Joe holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science, and criminology and law studies, from Marquette University.

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