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Das leads the Developer Experience team. His job is "to translate the functionality provided by the service components of Windows Azure into a familiar, intuitive and cohesive platform for service developers."
Hudson is responsible for running all production instances of the Windows Azure platform. A 10-year Microsoft veteran, he's been involved in static code analysis and the establishment of feedback loops on large-scale engineering systems.
Khalidi, a distributed-computing specialist, is overseeing the work on Azure's clustering and fabric-controller components.
Before joining the Azure team, Khalidi led an advanced development team in Windows that tackled a number of related operating-system areas, including application model, resource management, and isolation. He also served as a member of the Windows Core Architecture group. Prior to joining Microsoft, Khalidi was a Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems, where he worked for 14 years. At Sun, he was Chief Technology Officer and Chief Architect of Solaris; Chief Architect and Director of the Sun Cluster line; Chief Architect of Sun's N1 utility-computing initiative; and principal architect of the Solaris MC and Spring operating systems.