As president of the Servers and Tools Business (STB) at Microsoft, Satya Nadella is accountable for the overall business and technical vision, strategy, operations, engineering and marketing for Microsoft's $15 billion business. STB is responsible for Microsoft infrastructure software, developer tools and cloud platform, including products such as Windows Server, SQL Server, Visual Studio, System Center and the Windows Azure Platform. Nadella and his team are tasked with leading Microsoft's enterprise transformation into the cloud and providing the technology roadmap and vision for the future of business computing, while helping our customers and partners make the transition to the cloud platform by providing the necessary solutions, services and tools. Focusing on IT professionals and developers, STB is also chartered with providing Microsoft's enterprise technology roadmap for the company's largest customers and industry partners worldwide, to address some of their most challenging business and computing needs. Prior to that, he was senior vice president of R&D for the Online Services Division, which includes the Search (Bing), Portal (MSN) and Advertising platforms. In that role, Nadella was responsible for the technical vision and engineering of some of the largest web services and cloud infrastructure on the planet, serving hundreds of millions of customers each day around the world, as well as providing advertisers with a scale search and display platform to connect with customers and grow their businesses. Nadella joined Microsoft in 1992. Prior to joining the Online Services Division, he led Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS), which develops and markets the Microsoft Dynamics line of ERP and CRM products. Prior to that, he spent several years leading engineering efforts in Microsoft's Server group. Before joining Microsoft, Nadella was a member of the technology staff at Sun Microsystems Inc. A native of Hyderabad (India), Nadella has a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Mangalore University, a Master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago. He and his wife have three children and reside in Washington state.