Rajesh Viswanathan serves as the Chief Technology Officer for Inovalon. In this role, Mr. Viswanathan leads and is responsible for all aspects of the Company’s technology strategy, design, development, testing, production, infrastructure, operation, security, and maintenance.
Prior to Inovalon, Mr. Viswanathan was Vice President for Cloud Native Services, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) at Oracle Corporation, where he was responsible for engineering, product management, architecture, and solution engineering for OCI’s cloud-native platform. During his tenure at Oracle, Mr. Viswanathan’s portfolio spanned OCI’s Container and Kubernetes offerings (Container Registry, Managed Kubernetes runtimes, Container Instances, Container Governance), Service Mesh, Serverless Functions, and API Gateway, amongst others, enabling the realization of multi-hundred percent year-over-year usage growth. Before joining Oracle in 2018, Mr. Viswanathan served as Product and Engineering Leader for Development and Management Services at Amazon Web Services (AWS). During his eight years at AWS, he founded, built, operated, and scaled multiple new services to simplify AWS’ Cloud Management (including AWS CloudTrail, AWS Config, and Config Rules), operated and scaled AWS CloudFormation, AWS’ infrastructure-as-code offering, and owned and operated the data plane for EBS, AWS’ Block Storage offering. Prior to move to AWS in 2011, Mr. Viswanathan served as Principal Group Program Manager, Windows Live at Microsoft, where he led multiple program management organizations and functions in the Windows Live product unit, including Windows Live Storage, Windows Live Notifications, and Windows Live Mobile services for mobile browsing, and led a solutions architect team focused on partner integrations for Windows Mobile during his seven year tenure. Before Microsoft, Mr. Viswanathan served as a Senior Software Engineer and Architect for Netscape/AOL from 1997 to 2004.
Mr. Viswanathan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Pune in India, a Master of Science in Computer Science from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.