Andy Dominey

Andy Dominey is a Product Manager at 1E. Andy has extensive experience with data center energy efficiency, server virtualization, and a wide range of Microsoft enterprise solutions. In his current role, Andy manages the product direction and development of one of 1E solutions, based on his understanding of enterprise infrastructure, server efficiency and IT waste reduction. Since joining 1E in 2005, Andy has held numerous management roles including senior consultant, principal consultant and practice lead. Prior to joining 1E, Andy served as a systems administrator for Cobweb Solutions, where he monitored, maintained and supported an expansive infrastructure serving more than 1,500 customers. Previously, Andy developed an in-depth understanding of large-scale server infrastructures as a field service engineer, second-level engineer and third-level engineer at World Class International (WCI). Andy has presented at an array of industry events and has published numerous Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 and Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 books, articles and white papers. He can be reached at andy.dominey@1e.com.

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