Infoblox Inc. (NYSE:BLOX), the network control company, today announced that Alan Conley has joined Infoblox as executive vice president and chief technology officer, effective immediately. Conley is responsible for technology strategy and initiatives at Infoblox.
Conley joins Infoblox from Zenoss, a leading provider of IT monitoring and analytics software, where he was chief technology officer and senior vice president of product development. Previously, Conley worked for many years at Cisco, most recently as chief technology officer of the Network Management Technology Group. Conley has extensive experience in leading teams of technical architects and engineers in developing IT solutions, as well as a proven track record of identifying industry trends ahead of the market.
Infoblox founder Stuart Bailey, previously the chief technology officer, moves into a new role as chief scientist, focusing on long-range research into the future of networking.
“I worked with Alan at Cisco and I personally recruited him to Infoblox because I know first-hand what he can accomplish,” said Jesper Andersen, president and chief executive officer of Infoblox. “Infoblox now has a very deep bench of technology leadership, with Scott Fulton running our product team, Sohail Parekh leading our engineering team, Stu Bailey heading research, and Alan Conley setting our technology strategy. Our customers can expect to see bold innovation from Infoblox in the months and years ahead.”
“I’m eager to help Infoblox extend its leadership in DNS, DHCP and IP address management (DDI) to new categories such as security, cloud, and analytics,” said Conley. “The world of enterprise and service provider networking has entered a period of rapid change, and I believe Infoblox can help accelerate these transformations.”
Infoblox (NYSE:BLOX) delivers network control solutions, the fundamental technology that connects end users, devices, and networks. These solutions enable approximately 7,900 enterprises and service providers to transform, secure, and scale complex networks. Infoblox helps take the burden of complex network control out of human hands, reduce costs, and increase security, accuracy, and uptime. Infoblox (www.infoblox.com) is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, and has operations in over 25 countries.
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