Korie Seville serves as the Defense Information Systems Agency’s (DISA) Hosting and Compute Center (HaCC) Technical Director. In this role, Seville is responsible for the strategic technical direction of various DISA HaCC data center and cloud initiatives, including the Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability (JWCC) and Zero Trust.
Prior to becoming the Technical Director, Seville was the HaCC’s cloud infrastructure architect. As a member of the HaCC, he was responsible for architecting and integrating commercial cloud hosted solutions into the DoD network infrastructure.
Before joining the HaCC, Seville was an infrastructure architect for the Cloud Computing Program Office (CCPO) providing support to critical cloud enabling projects to include the Cloud Layered Obfuscation Application Kit, Global Directory, Azure Hosting Infrastructure, and the Commercial Virtual Remote (CVR) environment, which brought Microsoft 365 to over a million Department of Defense employees during the global pandemic. Prior to becoming a government civilian, Seville worked as a DISA contractor serving as the network architect for the Secure Cloud Computing Architecture (SCCA) program. He was previously a network engineer and security consultant for multiple private sector industries, including Tapestry Technologies, Inc. and Collections marketing Center, Inc.
Seville received a Bachelor of Computer Science from the Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.