Infrastructure management vendor Nebulon has appointed Paul Brodie as its new vice president of global channel sales. It has also promoted Martin Cooper to vice president of customer experience.
The partner- and customer-facing appointments come in response to growing OEM-partner engagements and customer installations, said the firm. It recently launched its “four-minute ransomware recovery” solution Nebulon TimeJump.
Brodie will oversee the company’s efforts to further expand its OEM and channel partner-driven business. He has joined from IT operations management (ITOM) platform vendor OpsRamp, where he held the same title and grew the company’s global channel sales operation during the course of the pandemic.
Previously, Brodie served as vice president of OEM and channel sales at AIOps platform company Virtana, and before that he spent 13 years at Brocade leading various OEM and channel sales teams.
“Nebulon is uniquely positioned to partner with large OEM vendors – like Lenovo, Dell, HPE and Supermicro - and channel partners globally to help enterprises achieve the same cloud velocity, agility and recovery for their on-premise infrastructure,” said Brodie. “I will deepen our partner relationships, to help meet the massive demand from enterprises of all sizes for a better way to deploy on-premise application infrastructure around the globe.”
Cooper will lead an end-to-end technical go-to-market and customer satisfaction function as vice president of customer experience. He will help drive new OEM partner-led customer acquisition, develop post-transaction services and enhancements, and lead the overall support of existing clients. He previously built and led Nebulon’s first global solution architect team.