Dominic Delmolino is the Vice President of Field Technology and Engineering for Amazon Web Services Worldwide Public Sector. He is responsible for the oversight, strategy, and definition of AWS field technical offerings and activities supporting public sector customers, while advocating on their behalf for AWS feature development.
In his career, Delmolino has assisted clients in the application of leading edge data management, analysis and software engineering solutions. He currently oversees AWS public sector efforts in the cloud and emerging technology space, including the deployment and configuration of responsible Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Computing, and Cloud-based DevOps architectures.
Delmolino is an expert in system and data modernization, agile application, and database development for high performance, and rapid deployment of large-scale systems. He also specializes in technical oversight and review of sales and proposal activities for complex cloud infrastructure and application development sales efforts. As a member of the Amazon Web Services Worldwide Public Sector leadership team, Delmolino provides a public sector perspective on emerging technologies, including Artificial Intelligence, Digital Innovation, DevOps, and Quantum Computing.
In addition to a B.S. in Computer Science from Cornell University, Delmolino has a Master in Information and Data Science from the University of California, Berkeley. Delmolino has received a number of industry certifications, and has been published on data optimization and related specialized topics. He chose a career in technology for its constant innovation and the potential to make all people more productive. He lives in the Washington, D.C. metro area with his wife and two children, and enjoys cooking and traveling.