Hedvig, a provider of software-defined storage for enterprises building private, hybrid, or multi-cloud environments, has hired Angela Restani as their New Executive Vice President of Marketing. Angela Restani comes from DataEndure, where she led the marketing, recruiting and sales development teams.
With more than 15 years of experience in leading product marketing, business development and demand-generation teams, Restani will head all demand-generation and go-to-market strategies at Hedvig.
“Hedvig’s distributed-systems DNA places the company in a singular position to provide significant value to resellers that want to offer modern storage solutions and customers that want to migrate their data centers to the cloud,” said Angela Restani. “The company is now experiencing rapid growth and I look forward to working closely with the Hedvig executive team to ensure that our major enterprise customers and partners both understand and capitalize on the benefits of software-defined storage.”
During her tenure as Vice President of Marketing at DataEndure, Restani built the marketing team from the ground up and was responsible for delivering strategic growth through inbound and outbound marketing campaigns. She was recently named CRN’s Woman of the Channel for her achievements at the company.
Angela Restani also held leadership roles at HPM Networks, as Director of Marketing, and Nutanix, as Director of Worldwide Demand Generation.
New Go-To-Market Strategies
“We’ve created the world’s first workload-agnostic data management system and are now building the company infrastructure to support it,” said Avinash Lakshman, CEO, and founder of Hedvig. “To propel Hedvig to the next level of growth, we’re adding experts in brand recognition and partnership strategy to our executive team. We’ll leverage Angela’s expertise to create new go-to-market strategies for engaging with top-tier Hedvig partners and customers, as well as boosting our visibility with top enterprise vendors, including HPE.”
Hedvig Distributed Storage Platform is designed for both primary and secondary data, which would make it ideal for virtualized, containerized and backup workloads. It consolidates block, file, and object into a single, API-driven platform that would keep pace with ever-growing data needs. Hedvig’s patented ‘Universal Data Plane’ technology forms a distributed, scale-out cluster that transforms commodity servers or cloud computing into a flexible data fabric. Customers like BNP Paribas, LKAB, and Mazzetti would rely on Hedvig’s cloud storage solutions as an enabler of digital business.