Vice President and General Manager of Google Cloud Platform, Technical Infrastructure, Google Cloud
Brad Calder is the Vice President and General Manager of Google Cloud Platform and Technical Infrastructure at Google cloud, where he manages product and engineering across these areas.
Since joining Google Cloud in 2015, he has helped the organization become one of the leading cloud providers in the industry. Before coming to Google, he was the Vice President of Engineering for Microsoft Azure and was on the founding team that started Azure in 2006. Before that, Brad was a tenured professor at the University of California, San Diego in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering where he graduated 14 PhD students, and published over 100 papers in the areas of systems, architecture and compilers.
In 2019, Brad was named an ACM Fellow, recognizing his contributions to cloud storage, processor simulation, and feedback-directed optimization of systems and applications.