Mr. Kiran Jewargi
Achiever's Success Story
Mr. Kiran Jewargi’s remark professional journey stand noteworthy
Mr. Kiran Jewargi is a perfect example of an impeccable professional. Having studied Industrial Electronics Technology at Datta Meghe College of Engineering, his studies formed the basis on which he still works today, although the technological landscape has changed significantly since then. Work experience in many different industries has made him an expert in storage controller architecture, data migration methodology, on-prem infrastructure solutions, multi-cloud and hybrid cloud solutions, storage analytics performance and more.
As a Systems Engineer, Kiran primarily acts as an advisor, assisting his clients in the process of designing and building complex technical architectures. It focuses on using high-end enterprise storage, hybrid and multi-cloud platforms, virtualization, and hyper converged solutions that can change the landscape of their legacy system infrastructure. Many technological advances and assessment tools such as artificial intelligence, automation data, and size analysis require updated data systems to be optimized. As organizations seek better data reliability, availability, and capacity, system engineering is the first step.
Kiran has served customers that offered services in banking, energy, stock trading, retail, insurance, and even software. Sometimes, these projects take place within a single country, and other times, Kiran supports massive multinational transformation for his largest clients.
At a utility company, the priority was modernizing the data center and bringing it into the 21st century. The company wanted IT to have a faster response while also modernizing infrastructure and lowering company costs through automation. Kiran proposed the consolidation of the organization’s 18 storage arrays with 4PB of data across multiple data centers to just two high-end, all-flash enterprise storage arrays. His efforts saved his client $2 million per year in system maintenance and reduced the need for storage space, power, and cooling by 90%, saving another $800,000 each year. Kiran proposed the customized data migration methodology, strategy, and techniques to migrate 4PB of data to the new data center without impacting the critical production environment. He also ensured customer deadlines were met, freeing up data center space and saving millions of dollars in space renewals.
When rising operational costs threatened to curtail the Private Healthcare System’s ability to serve its patients, it took a close look at its entire infrastructure, including its digital infrastructure, for opportunities to improve efficiency and capacity. He served as the senior solutions consultant to identify a more cost-effective way of delivering fuller, timelier patient data to its medical staff. His brief was to reduce TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) and CAPEX (Capital Expenditure), shifting Private Healthcare’s data center and related operations to a more OPEX (Operating Expense) cantered accounting model. Kiran designed a solution that consolidated Private Healthcare’s three data centers into two, each served by all-flash storage. He also devised a new backup and disaster-recovery infrastructure, using storage-replication technology over a dedicated 10 Gbps network. The results were felt by Private Healthcare administrators and medical staff alike. Consolidating the data centers generated immediate savings of $250,000, and the additional improvements He made to Private Healthcare’s infrastructure produced another $450,000 in annual savings. Just as importantly, the consortium’s electronic health record system, Epic, benefited from massive performance improvements. Latency on the system was reduced to nearly immeasurable levels, and Epic performance, as measured by the delivery time for patient records, improved by more than 200%.
Kiran is a fellow member of the SAS Society and the Threws Society, which recently named me the winner of its award for Best Creative and Innovative Solution.