Zettaset is led by a team of accomplished executives with a track record of success developing and launching game-changing, enterprise-class technology solutions.
Jim Vogt President and CEO
With 30 years of leadership experience in both start-up and public corporations, Jim Vogt brings a wealth of business and technology expertise to his role as president and CEO of Zettaset. Most recently, Jim served as senior vice president and general manager of the Cloud Services business unit at Blue Coat Systems. Prior to Blue Coat, he served as president and CEO at Trapeze Networks (acquired in August, 2008 by Belden, Inc.). He was also president and CEO at data encryption start-up Ingrian Networks (acquired in April, 2008 by SafeNet). Prior to this, Jim spent 11 years with SynOptics, Bay Networks and Nortel where he held several product line and general management roles, including president of Nortel’s $1.4BN Small Business Solutions group. Jim holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nevada, and an MBA from Santa Clara University.
Tim Reilly CFO
Tim Reilly leverages over 20 years of business, financial and operational experience at public and private companies in the networking, software and Internet industries. Prior to Zettaset, Tim was the vice president of finance at Trapeze Networks (acquired in August, 2008 by Belden, Inc.). Prior to that, Tim served as the vice president of finance at netVmg (acquired in September, 2003 by Internap Networks). He has also held numerous financial positions at WorldxChange Communications (acquired in February, 2000 by World Access), CATS Software and Ernst & Young, LLP. He is a certified public accountant, and earned a BS in Accounting from the University of Southern California.
Alan Truman VP of Engineering
Alan brings 35 years of experience in sourcing, building and managing world-class engineering teams. Most recently, Alan was the vice president of engineering for the Cloud Services Business Unit at Blue Coat Systems, developing their Security as a Service (SaaS) product for mid-tier and enterprise customers. Prior to Blue Coat, Alan served as vice president of engineering at Ingrian Networks (acquired in April, 2008 by SafeNet), where he developed their data protection and secure key management solutions for enterprise customers. Alan was the first engineer at SynOptics/Bay Networks and also held other engineering positions at Xerox PARC, Harris Farinon and Boeing Company. Alan holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech.
John Armstrong VP of Marketing
John brings 30 years of enterprise-focused marketing experience. Before joining Zettaset, John provided contract marketing, consulting, and interim management expertise to a diverse set of clients including Cisco, Juniper, LeadFormix, Mobile Money, NetScaler, NetScout, Nokia, Wyse, and many others. Prior to his consulting career, John spent nearly four years as a vice president and chief networking analyst at Gartner. He has also held key marketing positions at pioneering networking companies, including Yipes Communications, Madge/Lannet, and SynOptics/Bay Networks. John holds an MA in Communications Management from the Annenberg School at the University of Southern California, and a BAA from Ryerson Polytechnic University in Toronto.
Why choose Zettaset?
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See how Zettaset BDEncrypt secures Veristorm Big Data platform on IBM Power Systems
Veristorm recently released two Big Data related solutions that run on Linux on IBM POWER8 systems. Zettaset BDEncrypt is used to provide secure, encrypted encrypt and protect sensitive data-at-rest. In this demo, you will see how easy it is to setup and operate a Veristorm Hadoop cluster in the cloud.
Hadoop Making it Work for the Business Unit
If business intelligence and analytics users are going to successfully leverage Hadoop, then now is the time to address the challenges. This presentation reviews real-world scenarios in which organizations using Hadoop experience data center downtime or access problems, examines the impact on business, and discusses how these can be avoided. It will also take a look at how enterprise vendors in 2014 can move the visibility and value of Hadoop beyond the data center and into the business unit.