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5 Big VMware Exec Departures As New CEO Takes The Reins

Here are five significant VMware executives who recently left or announced their upcoming exit that you should know about.

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Ravi Kagalavadi

Former Position: Vice President, Networking, Security and Automation Solutions Engineering

Years At VMware: 17

Ravi Kagalavadi was a longtime VMware top engineer and executive who left last week after a 17-year tenure with the company. He was most recently responsible for leading VMware’s engineering teams in the Americas around software-defined networking, security, storage, automation and management.

Kagalavadi first joined VMware in 2003 as a principal engineer for global accounts. He worked his way up the ladder to become director of systems engineers in 2014, driving virtualization across global and enterprise accounts. Other top executive roles during his tenure include vice president of the Americas software-defined data center solutions engineering.

“As I look back, VMware is one of the most innovative companies that forever changed the IT industry and drove the digital transformation for our customers,” wrote Kagalavadi on LinkedIn. “After an incredible 17+ years I am leaving VMware to pursue a new opportunity. It has been a privilege to work at a company that focused on customers, EPIC2 values, Diversity and Inclusion and built a culture of innovation.”

New Position: Kagalavadi joined data analytics and automation specialist Alteryx this week as senior vice president of worldwide sales engineering.

 
 
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