Global IaaS hosting and hybrid infrastructure provider INAP has hired Joe Corvaia as Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer. Mr. Corvaia joins INAP from Oracle, where he last served as the Group Vice President for the Cloud ISV Ecosystem. In his new role, Mr. Corvaia will lead INAP’s growth and global go-to-market strategy and execution.
Corvaia brings over 24 years of experience leading high-growth U.S. and global lines of business focused on public cloud, hybrid cloud, networking, security and managed services. As the Group Vice President for Oracle’s Cloud ISV Ecosystem, he was responsible for North America sales and go-to-market efforts for SaaS, platform and data providers.
“We are only in the first few innings of a decades-long infrastructure transformation within the enterprise data center,” said Joe Corvaia. “It has become apparent to most technology leaders that to properly serve the needs of their organizations, the future is not a single cloud destination, but rather a mix of multi-platform, hybrid infrastructure environments.”
Private Cloud, Bare Metal, Virtual Data centers
“I’m extremely excited to join INAP. We have a unique opportunity to leverage our full-stack portfolio of hyper-connected data centers, secure and performant private cloud, bare metal and virtual data center solutions. Next to a low-latency network, and next-generation managed services to solve the toughest enterprise cloud challenges,” added Mr. Corvaia. “Our solution offerings are now bolstered by INAP’s healthy balance sheet and blue-chip ownership group, allowing us to better invest in our clients and enable them to flexibly adapt, innovate and transform at their own pace. I look forward to helping INAP drive its next phase of growth.”
“Joe was the architect behind a number of successful growth organizations in cloud and infrastructure,” said Mike Sicoli, President and CEO of INAP. “His expertise in scaling sales, along with his dedication to partners and customer-first mentality, will be instrumental to our growth.”