David Dibble is executive vice president of Service Engineering & Operations at Yahoo!. He is responsible for keeping Yahoo! up and running smoothly around the clock as well as overseeing Yahoo!'s common technology services, including infrastructure, application management, and IT. David is responsible for charting a clear infrastructure roadmap for Yahoo!, driving execution across our global data centers, directing our migration to a next-generation environment, and pursuing new levels of site-up performance and business continuity.
David brings a wealth of experience to Yahoo!, having built and managed scalable, world-class production operations throughout an accomplished career. Most recently, David was Chief Technology Officer at First Data Corporation, where he led an organization of 6,000 staff across several countries, oversaw the development of a comprehensive Technology Strategy and Governance framework, and managed the company's data center operations and application platforms. His teams consistently delivered on impressive operational readiness standards and stability requirements.
Prior to First Data, David held a variety of technology leadership positions with JP Morgan, Charles Schwab and FMC Corporation.
Executive Vice President, Service Engineering & Operations
2008 - Current (over 8 years)
Board & Advisor Roles (1)Update
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