Friday's Last Word: Cohesity CEO Mohit Aron

Friday's Last Word: Cohesity CEO Mohit Aron

Cohesity was founded in June 2013 by CEO Mohit Aron, who is regarded as the pioneer of hyper-convergence, the first architecture to converge compute and storage to simplify virtualization. Aron founded the infrastructure company Nutanix to bring hyper-convergence to market and served as its CTO before leaving to build Cohesity. Aron worked as a Staff Engineer at Google from 2003 to 2007, where he helped design the company’s innovative Google File System. He also served as Architect at AsterData, a leading big data analytics company that was later acquired by Teradata.

What are your plans for Cohesity in 2016?

Make Cohesity "Cross the Chasm," which means start on the path to wide scale adoption of our product.

What is "Friday's Last Word"?

Friday's Last Word welcomes cloud-centric CEOs who are willing to answer some fun questions so we can get to know them a little better. Click on each photo to learn more about the CEO you're viewing — it's that simple.

Want to get involved? Send an email to Talkin' Cloud Editor in Chief Nicole Henderson at nicole.henderson[at]penton.com.

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