Nitin Mishra is Senior Vice President, Product Management at Netmagic, an NTT Communications Company. Among his colleagues at Netmagic, he is known as the Man Who Builds Tomorrow. In his 14 years at Netmagic, Nitin has been at the forefront of productizing future technologies helping Netmagic enter new business areas before its competition and gain first mover advantage. These include the complete hosting and managed Hosting, Cloud computing, DRaaS & Security services service portfolio.
Tracking what Nitin is working on is the best way to know what new products and services will be introduced in the datacenter business. One of his key achievements has been the conceptualization and developing a go-to-market strategy for its fastest growing service line - SimpliCloud and expanding the services into areas like Tiered storage and complementing with cloud based Web firewalls like services
As one of the earliest team member, Nitin has also played a crucial role is other aspects of the business including helping bringing in early investors, managing various aspects of marketing, solution engineering and sales.
Nitin's responsibilities in prior positions with companies such as VSNL and HCL Comnet have spanned hands-on Internet operations, product and project management. AT HCL Comnet (1998 to 2000), Nitin was instrumental in their Remote Infrastructure Management (RIM) services rollout.
As a key contributor to the evolution of the Datacenter industry in India and a core member of Netmagic's start-up team, Nitin has a wealth of knowledge and expertise on the enterprise IT infrastructure environment.
His authored articles have appeared in many industry publications and he frequently speaks on Cloud & Infrastructure Management at various industry events. Nitin holds an engineering degree in computer science from VJTI in Mumbai and a PGDBM degree from XLRI in Jamshedpur.
His favourite books include The Fountainhead, Jonathan Livingston Seagull and The Alchemist. Always a man of action, he lives by his favourite quote (Hindi), “Jab soch gehri ho, to iradein kamzor pad jate hain” (When one thinks too deeply and beyond a point, one loses his conviction and it results in inaction).