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CRN Exclusive: NetApp CEO Kurian On VMware Relationship In A New Dell-EMC World

In a interview at NetApp's Insight conference, CEO George Kurian says the company knows how to partner with VMware 'regardless of what ownership structure they are part of.'

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NetApp: Soon To Be The Last (Big) Man Standing

If Dell closes its acquisition of EMC as planned, that will leave NetApp the largest of the independent storage vendors. That unique position for NetApp leads to a wide range of questions about the future for the company, including:

-- Will NetApp be an acquisition target itself?

-- Will NetApp be able to continue its relationship with a VMware that could be part of archrival Dell?

-- How does one measure success in storage with so many changes going on?

For answers, CRN met with NetApp CEO George Kurian during a break in Kurian's busy schedule at this week's NetApp Insight conference. While Kurian has been in the CEO role for only a few months, he is a longtime NetApp veteran who opened up about how the Dell/EMC deal might impact the industry and his own company.

Here's what Kurian had to say.

 
 
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