Dr. Andreas Eberhart, Co-Founder

Andreas Eberhart is responsible for aligning international product strategy and management.

A key driver behind the further development of our portfolio is the continual, constructive exchange with our clients. Their feedback flows back in our technology to support individual needs or address different markets.

Prior to fluidOps, Andreas Eberhart worked at Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Informix Software. In addition he has extensive experience in the research world, where he led a number of research projects at the University of Karlsruhe. He regularly speaks at conferences and has co-authored several books. His major topics are virtualization, SOA, and Web 3.0. He holds a PhD from the University of Saarbrücken, Germany.

Dr. Stefan Kraus, Co-Founder

Stefan Kraus heads business operations and is responsible for finance and IT. He is also the central contact person for one of the largest fluidOps clients.

Customer satisfaction is our top priority. In each project we focus on the client’s needs and finding solutions for its unique requirements. I am especially pleased with the efficiency gains that our clients have achieved through our technologies. We believe in “eating your own dog food” because we can only make the best technology for our clients when we use it intensively ourselves.

Before founding fluidOps, Stefan Kraus worked as a Software Developer for several mid-sized companies and as a Lead Software Architect for HP. His main focus lies on network infrastructures. He studied computer science and holds a PhD from the University of Heidelberg, Germany.

Dr. Ulrich Walther, Co-Founder

Ulrich Walther is responsible for corporate strategy and investor relations. He is also the strategic head of architecture and new technologies.

My goal is to make fluidOps ready for take off into a new era while maintaining our passion for innovation and enjoyable work environment. Our clients trust us because we have always focused on innovative, scalable technologies and an extensible architecture, which has already stood the test in large corporations.

Before joining fluidOps, Ulrich Walther co-founded a virtualization management company which was acquired by HP. At HP, he was responsible for R&D of the HP ProLiant Virtualization Management and Server Migration portfolio. He studied computer science and holds a PhD from the University of Braunschweig, Germany.