Racemi Announces Scott Mewett Stepping into CTO Role and Appointed Board Secretary, Charles Watt Named Chief Scientist
Promotions of technologists to lead company’s software development for automating migrations to cloud
ATLANTA, May 3, 2016 – Racemi, a provider of automated server migration software, announces the promotion of Scott Mewett to chief technology officer (CTO) and his appointment to board secretary and the promotion of Charles Watt to chief scientist.
“Scott and Charlie have earned these new assignments through their pioneering work on our automated server workload migration software, which in 2010 we re-directed to address emerging needs to move to cloud computing platforms,” said Lawrence Guillory, CEO of Racemi. “Since that time, we’ve seen steady growth and record sales bookings last year, which increased 460 percent year-over-year as cloud computing rapidly moves mainstream. With Scott and Charlie in these roles, we are well positioned to deliver additional function and features to make migrations to cloud faster and easier than ever before.”
Scott Mewett joined Racemi in 2011 as vice president of engineering. He has more than 20 years’ experience in software development, which includes more than a decade of experience in the design, implementation, and management of enterprise-class software and services.
During his career, Mewett has designed and implemented products that have been deployed at thousands of businesses worldwide, including distributed threat and vulnerability management systems, cryptographic products used in banking, application frameworks, anti-virus, firewall and other security applications including the world’s first online security threat analyzer. He is the credited inventor of multiple U.S. patents relating to network and computer security. Mewett has a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Computer Systems) from the University of Queensland, Australia and a Bachelor of Information Technology from the Queensland University of Technology, Australia.
Charles Watt founded Racemi in 2001 leading the company’s research and development of its automation software for moving server workloads across disparate systems and cloud computing platforms. He has more than 30 years of experience in software development and was previously chief scientist of S1 Technologies, chief scientist of SecureWare, and president of IIO Systems.
During his career, Watt has designed and implemented Internet financial applications that include the world’s first Internet bank (Security First Network Bank), military-grade secure operating systems, cryptographic products for email and Internet Protocol (IP) networking, anti-virus products and industrial controls. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College (A.B. and B.E.) and the Thayer School of Engineering with a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering.
Racemi, the moving company for the cloud, has been named a “Cool Vendor” and AWS Leadership Award winner, and has over 1,800 customers and partners around the globe. The company develops server provisioning and cloud migration software that allows businesses to quickly migrate their existing physical and virtual servers between dissimilar physical, virtual, and cloud platforms and across geographies. Racemi software can be used for cloud migration projects, data center relocations, disaster recovery, and other server workload migration needs. For more information, visit www.racemi.com.
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