Selector Triple-T: Unlocking the Potential of AI and ML to Transform IT Operations

Spring 2024

With ITOps continuing to grow in complexity, AI and ML-powered insights and automation are the only path forward. Selector, the world’s first monitoring and AIOps platform, helps operators troubleshoot their network, server, cloud, and application infrastructures through next-generation technologies. Selector’s process begins with the collection, aggregation and analysis of multi-domain operational data. Then, Selector leverages advanced AI and ML techniques to drive features such as anomaly detection, event correlation, root cause analysis, and smart alerting. Through the integration of Generative AI and LLM-powered natural language querying, Selector provides status reports, recommendations, and automated remediation via a conversational user experience on leading messaging platforms (Slack, Microsoft Teams, etc.).


Kevin is a multidisciplinary executive with 20 years of experience in product development, software engineering, marketing, and customer success. Kevin has spent the majority of his
career in fast-paced startup environments.

Before joining Selector, Kevin led Product, Customer Success, and Sales Engineering at Circonus, a pioneer in the IT infrastructure monitoring space focused on the enterprise market.
During his time there, Kevin served as a senior member of the management team and helped guide the company’s growth from seed through Series B.

He was an early employee at MailerMailer LLC, a category-defining email service provider, where he worked for 13 years. When the company was acquired by Ziff-Davis in 2017, Kevin
was serving as Vice President of Product Development. The product portfolio he developed during his tenure won numerous awards and directly contributed to the acquisition.

Kevin put himself through school at the University of Maryland working as a system safety and reliability engineer at NASA. After graduating with a B.S. in Computer Engineering, he accepted
a faculty position at his alma mater. In this role, he supported a public-private partnership known as the MIND Lab, which served as a DC-area tech incubator. This experience led Kevin to
discover a passion for prototyping and developing new products on behalf of established companies such as Fujitsu, along with early-stage startups such as MailerMailer and Koolspan.

Kevin’s interests include investing, fishing, and travel. Kevin has lived in seven states and currently resides in Denver.

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