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VMware’s Lawsuit Against Nutanix CEO: 5 Big Things To Know

‘For at least two months before resigning from the company, at the same time he was working with senior leadership to shape VMware’s key strategic vision and direction, Mr. Ramaswami also was secretly meeting with at least the CEO, CFO, and apparently the entire Board of Directors of Nutanix,’ says VMware in its lawsuit against Nutanix CEO Rajiv Ramaswami.

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VMware Sues Nutanix CEO For Allegedly Failing His Obligations To VMware

VMware is suing former Chief Operating Officer Rajiv Ramaswami (pictured) after he recently left to become CEO of rival Nutanix, charing Ramaswami with “material and ongoing breaches” of his legal and contractual duties to VMware as he was being courted by Nutanix in late 2020.

Ramaswami was chief operating officer of products and cloud services at VMware for the past four years before jumping to Nutanix in December to replace retiring CEO and co-founder Dheeraj Pandey. At VMware, Ramaswami was responsible for business units developing products, cloud services and cloud operations.

Nutanix has said the lawsuit is an attempt by VMware to “hurt a competitor.”

CRN breaks down the five most important things to know about VMware’s lawsuit against Nutanix’s new CEO.

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