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Product Marketing Manager, Network File Server - Network Appliance, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, USA
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Job Title: Product Marketing Manager, NFS
- Product management for NFS - protocols/clients/Application clustering.
- Drive requirements for supporting features that will enable NetApp filers to be deployed as NFS servers for key applications.
- Work with OS vendors to drive features necessary to better support NetApp Storage for data access via NFS.
- Drive NFS support in Linux.
- Work with other product managers to deliver key functionality across multiple markets
- Interface with other groups including engineering, manufacturing and customer satisfaction to ship new products and launch new initiatives
- Work with marketing and sales to drive positioning, sales education, sales tools and marketing programs
- Experience from a Unix systems/Networking vendors who have a good understanding of Network/File System protocols and respective OS's.
- 8-10 years of product management experience
- Extensive experience in managing large feature sets in a product/product line
- Thorough knowledge of software lifecycle management
- Strong working knowledge of the storage industry
- Proficiency in both inbound and outbound product marketing functions.
- Ability to work well in teams, as an individual contributor.
- Communication skills in presenting solutions to sales teams and to customers and partners.
- Engineering degree is essential, MBA a plus
Contact/ Send Resumes to:
Network Appliance Inc.
Click here to apply: freeburn@...
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