|University of Vermont, BA||1993|
|University of Vermont, BS||1993|
|Computer Science and Mathematics|
|George Washington Universirty, MA||1995|
|Computer Science / AI|
|George Washington University, PhD - Complete all work but dissertation|
|Computer Science / Image Processing|
Anthony F. Voellm currently leads the Google Cloud Security and Test team and has a wide range of experience from kernel and database engines to graphics and automated image and map extraction from satellite images. Anthony is an avid inventor with 7+ technology patents issued. He is focused on delivering Performance, Reliability, and Security to existing products like Google Cloud Storage and Dremel while also innovating new offerings. Prior to joining Google in 2011, Anthony held multiple roles at Microsoft leading the Microsoft Windows Reliability, Security, and Privacy test team working on Windows8; Microsoft Hyper-V Performance Team; and SQL Server Performance team. He has also been a developer and tester on the Windows Filesystem, SQL Server Engine, and SGI IRIX networking teams. Anthony has taught performance testing to over 2,000 people worldwide and given dozens of informative talks on software fundamentals. He keeps a personal technology blog on software fundamentals at perfguy.blogspot.com. In addition to computer interests his passions lie in growing engineers, building things, and doing anything outdoors.