Dr. Michael Corey, Entrepreneur, Technologist, Author, Columnist & Industry Analysts.
Dr. Michael Corey, a co-founder of LicenseFortress, is a business, technology advisor, and successful serial entrepreneur.
Under Michael’s leadership, Database Technologies, the first East Coast consulting firm to specialize in Oracle, experienced triple-digit growth and was recognized in 1997 by both Deloitte & Touche and Hale and Dorr as the fastest growing technology company in New England and the 51st fastest growing technology company in the United States. In 1998, Database Technologies was successfully sold to PKS Systems Integration LLC, a division of Level 3 Communications.
Michael founded Ntirety, one of the first Managed Service Companies in the world focused on database services and consulting, which he sold to HOSTING in 2014.
Michael is a recognized Oracle Ace, VMware vExpert, and former Microsoft Data Platform MVP who has worked with relational databases for over 35 years, starting with Oracle Version 3. In 2014, 2017 was recognized as one of the Top 100 people who influence the cloud.
Michael is the original Oracle Press author who has written several books published by (Oracle Press/Osborne McGraw-Hill) and VMware Press. Topics include Virtualizing SQL Server with VMware: Doing IT Right, Oracle Database 12 Install, Configure & Maintain Like a Professional to Oracle Data Warehousing. He is a frequent contributor to Database Trends and Applications and the Big Data Quarterly.
Michael is a frequent speaker at business and technology conferences throughout the world.
An active member in the technology community, a past president of the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG), he helped establish the Professional Association of SQL Server. Michael is the original recipient of the IOUG “Special Recognition” award, now known as the Chris Wooldridge Award, and received the only Lifetime Membership awarded by the Independent Oracle Users Group.
Michael received a gubernatorial appointment to the Massachusetts Robert H. Goddard Council for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Michael received his doctoral degree from Temple University, in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
Check out Corey’s blog at http://michaelcorey.com.