Nasuni introduced the appointment of Joel Reich, former government vice chairman at NetApp, and Peter McKay, CEO of Snyk, to its board of administrators.
Reich and McKay’s in depth expertise and area experience in storage and cloud computing will assist Nasuni’s strategic imaginative and prescient. Reich has almost 30 years of storage trade expertise. He spent greater than 17 years serving in varied management roles at NetApp, most not too long ago as government vice chairman, the place he was answerable for the corporate’s product and operations organizations.
McKay has almost three many years of expertise in enterprise know-how and presently leads Snyk a pacesetter in developer-first safety for open-source vulnerabilities and containers. Previous to Snyk, McKay served as co-CEO and president at Veeam Software program, the place he grew the corporate right into a billion-dollar enterprise. Earlier than becoming a member of Veeam, he was senior vice chairman and common supervisor, Americas at VMware. Joel Reich stated,
“Over the previous few years, I noticed an incredible shift in demand from on-premises file storage to a cloud-based strategy. Conventional file programs aren’t constructed for the cloud however prospects need cloud agility and higher financial advantages for his or her file infrastructure. Nasuni’s platform addresses the big ache that corporations are feeling proper now round managing, defending, storing and collaborating on file knowledge, which is the fastest-growing phase of enterprise knowledge. It’s completely crucial for any massive group.”
Peter McKay additionally talked about Nasuni and the board,
“Because the wants of the trade evolve, Nasuni helps enterprises take management and make the most effective use of their most beneficial asset, their knowledge. At Veeam and VMware I noticed how necessary file knowledge was to massive organizations and the shift to the cloud is inevitable. I look ahead to becoming a member of Nasuni’s board because it helps organizations speed up their migration to the cloud.”