Ignacio as the Founder and CEO of Zentyal has been instrumental in obtaining the initial R&D funding, building the team, defining the strategy and designing the commercial offering and partner program, and closing of the investment round with Open Ocean in 2012.
Server Lead Developer, Zentyal
José Antonio Calvo (aka Josh) is a 29 years old computer engineer by the University of Zaragoza. Josh joined Warp Networks in 2007, right after finishing his degree and by that time he developed ANSTE.
Iberia-LatAm Channel Sales Manager, Zentyal
José Ramón joined Zentyal in August 2012 as the Iberia-LatAm Channel Sales Director. In this position he is responsible for planning and executing the implementation of Zentyal Partner Program in Iberia and Latin America.
Cloud Lead Developer, Zentyal
Carlos Pérez-Aradros Herce (aka exekias) is a Software Engineer, Free Software and Web enthusiast. He speaks native Python and masters Django and Cloud services.
As the Chief Technology Officer of Zentyal, Julien is responsible for defining and driving Zentyal’s technology strategy to ensure the fulfillment of the company vision: bringing SMBs and their local IT providers all-in-one IT solutions that are easy to use.
Samuel is a 30 years old Computer Engineer with an extensive experience in the open source world. He started with his master thesis, a real-time wireless communication system for rescue tasks in hostile environments.
Sales and Marketing Assistant, Zentyal
Eloy is a Marketing Specialist, motorsports lover and NBA fan. Eloy works at Zentyal as the main responsible for Zentyal leads management being in daily contact with potential customers in EMEA and North America.
Training Manager, Zentyal
Mateo is a Computer Science M.SC., Linux and technology enthusiast since a very young age. He is specially interested in the “human” side of open source, learning and teaching, encouraging FOSS use between not-so-technical users. Currently he works as the Zentyal Training Manager.
Deputy Director of IT Security, National Judicial Council of Ecuador
Reynaldo Gaibor is the Deputy Director of IT Security at the National Judicial Council of Ecuador. He is one of the foremost open source software experts working in the Ecuadorian public sector.
Lawyer, id law partners & Fellow of the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE)
Malcolm Bain, partner at id law partners, Barcelona, specialises in Information Technology law and Intellectual Property law. He has participated in various R+D projects and written and lectured on many aspects of IT law, ecommerce and internet regulation.
Sales Engineer, Zentyal
Jorge studied Computer Science at the University of Zaragoza. After his studies he worked in the Gluz2 development, as system administrator in the GFN research group and in the University’s IT Department.
Commercial Director, PaloSanto Solutions/Elastix
Luis is a member of PaloSanto Solutions management team, the company behind the Elastix project. He is a computer systems engineer with over 18 years of experience in consulting, project management and IT industry.
Co-founder, Samba Team
Dan Shearer is a technology consultant specialising in Open Source, corporate systems and What Comes Next. He has been involved with Linux, Samba, OpenChange and other open source infrastructure projects since their very early days.
VP of Global Sales, Zentyal
A seasoned IT executive, Beata has over 20 years of sales management and international business development experience. Prior to joining Zentyal as the VP of Global Sales, she was the Director of Business Development of Global Alliances at Flexiant.
CEO, Linux Academy Ltd.
Krisztián Czakó started working with Linux based solutions in 1994 as a system administrator. He founded his first company delivering Linux and open source products to end users in 1997 and he has been teaching Linux administrators since 1998.
IT Manager, Aportia
Héctor Barranco is the IT Manager of Aportia CEE, the first Special Employment Agency qualified by the Government of Aragon.
Desktop sysadmin, Zaragoza City Council
After vast experience as technology trainer, Eduardo joined the IT Department of the Zaragoza City Council in 2000. In 2005 he launched the AZlinux group that is the organization responsible for deploying and maintaining the open source tools used on the City Council’s desktops.