It’s been twenty years since Red Hat first launched Linux. Since then Red Hat has fueled the rapid adoption of open source technologies. As Big Data transitions into enterprise mode, Red Hat is again poised to facilitate the innovation and communities needed to empower multiple data stakeholders across your organization so you can truly open the possibilities of your data.
Greg Kleiman leads the big data strategy for Red Hat. With more than 25 years as a technology innovator, he is responsible for the overall direction of big data across Red Hat’s open source product portfolio with a focus on storage, middleware, and cloud architectures for enterprises.
With a broad technology background in hardware, software, and services, Greg has led key company initiatives across product management, product marketing, business development, and sales organizations. Prior to Red Hat, he held management positions at leading IT companies in product management, marketing, and business strategy, including NetApp and HP. He is a frequent speaker at IT conferences worldwide and covers topics such as storage, big data, and cloud.
Greg holds a masters in business administration from Harvard Business School and a bachelor of science in electrical engineering with University Honors from Carnegie Mellon University.
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