Steve Shah

Steve Shah

Steve Shah is the VP of Product Management for Citrix NetScaler where he is responsible for global product management and marketing. With 23 years of industry experience, Steve has a broad background covering systems and networking with a focus on DevOps, Linux kernel/systems development, and product management across multiple markets including multiple L4-7 vendors, application security, and mobile applications.

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SDN Strategy: Put Applications First

This post originally appeared on the Network Computing Blog SDN Strategy: Put Applications First In order to deploy SDN successfully,…

CIO is the New CRO

The role of the CIO is rapidly changing – and it’s about time. A recurring theme in articles for CIOs…

How Citrix Makes Security Simple and Effective while Controlling Costs

The rise of business mobility is an exciting prospect for the enterprise, but it brings a daunting implication for IT:…

New Ways to Simplify Security at RSA 2016

The simplification of security has long been central to our thinking about Citrix NetScaler. We see the need for it…

Why NetScaler is Changing the Face of Telecom

As much as I grew up with software, beautiful hardware still lights me up. Good design, graceful touches, and well…

Dystopian Vision or Harsh Reality?

Like a lot of people, I tuned in to John Chamber’s keynote presentation at Cisco Live last week to see…

Making It Real: Citrix NetScaler and Cisco ACI

I’m a cynic by nature. Call it 22 years in the industry, not counting my misspent youth hacking on Apple…

MobileStream: The Silver Bullet is a Magazine

During my software engineering years, I read a lot of books on software engineering vs. programming with a healthy dose…

The Two Sides of Automation: Vendor Driven and DevOps

When the NetScaler team started working with Cisco back in October, 2012 we were taken aback by the possibilities we…

Abusing the word “Integration” in the Land of SDN

Us heathens down in marketing are notorious for abusing words like “integration”. We break out the thesaurus and hold little…

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