We talk to Lee about the thinking behind why NetApp went with ONTAP 9 as a release name, as well as an overview of some of the new features in the release. We also discuss how NetApp is changing the way they release software.
Stay tuned for more ONTAP 9 goodness the rest of June 2016!
Lee Caswell is vice president of Product, Solutions and Services Marketing at NetApp, where he leads a team that speeds the customer adoption of new products, partnerships, and integrations. Lee joined NetApp in 2014 and has extensive experience in executive leadership within the storage, flash and virtualization markets. Lee holds a bachelor of arts degree in economics from Carleton College and a master of business administration degree from Dartmouth College. Lee is a New York native and has lived in northern California for many years. He and his wife live in Palo Alto and have two children. In his spare time Lee enjoys cycling, playing guitar, and hiking the local hills.
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