Director of Solutions Architecture
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Nathan leads the Hybrid IT field engineering organization for HPE North America which includes HPE’s Hyperconverged (SimpliVity) and Composable (Synergy) product lines, as well as HPE’s container and orchestration technology portfolios. Prior to the HPE acquisition, Nathan held various leadership roles at SimpliVity over his three year tenure, and was directly involved in a range of key company initiatives ranging from revamping enterprise marketing messaging, to margin improvement, to utility/consumption pricing and metering models to better compare and compete with AWS. Prior to SimpliVity, Nathan was the global CTO for one of EMC’s largest accounts, and led the architecture and technical team for delivering a novel on-premise cloud solution with utility AWS-like metering and pricing for one of the world’s largest companies, which ultimately led to the largest end-user transaction in EMC’s history prior to the Dell acquisition. Nathan has also held several other notable roles in the technology industry, including co-founder and Chief Architect of ColdStor Data, where he led the design, was awarded patents, and brought to market the world’s first purpose-built for archive cloud storage service.