I have been working with VMWare on the ESXi product (specifically in the vmkernel group) for the past 4 years. My work has centered around a variety of projects pertaining to synchronization primitives, logging and most recently, around adding support for RDMA in the vmkernel.
Before joining VMWare, I was a graduate student at Columbia University in New York, NY.
Some of the courses I took at Columbia were:
I completed my undergraduate studies in Computer Engineering from the University of Pune in 2009. Before I rejoined grad school in Fall 2010, I worked at Avaya Labs in India, mostly on applications for improving remote failure diagnosis of Avaya products.
I interned at Google during the summer of 2011. My project over the summer consisted of analysing and developing probability distributions to model Google's backend processes so that they could be replayed in Linsched (a framework that ran the linux kernel scheduler in user space). This framework was later released to the open source community.