- VCA-DCV 5.5 - 2014
- A.S. in Applied Sciences / Culinary Arts 1997
- New England Culinary Institute – Montpelier, Vermont
If you need to know how to bake sourdough bread from scratch, improve your Olympic lifting technique or learn the virtues of utilizing vSAN technology in your next data center, look no further. A native of Bigfork and a competitive Olympic Weightlifter, Dan Lee’s love of computers, fitness and cooking make for an interesting mix of knowledge, strengths and skills.
After a career as a classically trained French chef, Dan embarked on a journey that has resulted in being an industry-taught IT professional. With nearly 18 years of learning and experience, Dan has become an expert in building software-defined data centers and virtualizing IT infrastructures.
Dan’s passion for excellence and desire to hold himself to a higher standard is empowered by his extensive experience in a broad range of technologies, including Microsoft systems, Brocade fiber channel storage systems, VMware Virtualization solutions and end-user support. Dan’s most recent project was designing, configuring and implementing an all flash VSAN server cluster to handle the growing needs of the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure here at JCCS.