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GM of Red Hat OpenStack Joins Robin As CMO

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Robin Systems, the provider of Hyper-converged Kubernetes platform, has appointed Radhesh Menon as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) to drive global market success.

Radhesh joins Robin from Red Hat, where he built their OpenStack business from the ground-up.

Prior to that, Radhesh served at Microsoft, where he helped drive market success for a number of enterprise products including Azure, HyperV/System Center, Windows Server and Exchange Server.

As Robin’s CMO, Radhesh will be focused on driving worldwide market success for the company’s Hyper-converged Kubernetes Platform by enabling customers to realize agility and efficiencies across private and public cloud footprints for Big Data, Database and AI/ML applications.

“We are very pleased to welcome Radhesh to the Robin family,” said Premal Buch, CEO for Robin Systems. “As we continue to disrupt the way companies deploy and manage Big Data, database and AI/ML applications, the addition of Radhesh as Robin’s CMO and newest member of our leadership team is the next natural step. His background and expertise will help take Robin to the next stage in our growth and we are excited to have him on board.”

“I am excited to join Robin to help organizations across the globe realize the benefits of an industry-first, production-ready solution that extends the power of Kubernetes to bring 1-Click simplicity to deploying and managing data-intensive applications,” said Radhesh Menon, CMO for Robin Systems.

Watch the first interview of Menon as Robin’s CMO

Swapnil Bhartiya
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