Vice President, Fabric Technologies Group, NetApp ONTAP Engineering, NetApp
Greg Keller is Vice President of the Fabric Technologies Group, part of the NetApp ONTAP Engineering organization. In this role he has responsibility for strategy and development of our ONTAP SAN products, MAX Data product, and networking, security, supportability, and licensing features of the ONTAP Storage Operating System.
In previous roles Greg was the Vice President of the ONTAP Data Management Group, responsible for the WAFL file system, performance, and disaster recovery solutions, Senior Director of the NetApp Performance Engineering Group, leading the ONTAP AFF and FAS performance analysis, optimization, measurement and management, and Senior Director of SAN Engineering, responsible for the architecture, development and delivery of the block-based SAN protocols for Clustered Data ONTAP. He has been with NetApp for 12 years.
Prior to joining NetApp, Greg was the Vice President of Software and RTP Site Manager for Adaptec, Inc. where he had responsibility for development and delivery of SAN systems, server-based RAID products, and storage/data management solutions. Greg also led Server Storage development and Software Program Management teams for Dell, Inc. in Round Rock, Texas. Greg started his career at IBM in Boca Raton FL and later moved to Research Triangle Park. There he held a variety of assignments including management and engineering roles in networking, ASIC development, Internet appliances, industrial controllers and computers, robotics, software development and business development.
Greg is a graduate of Purdue University, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. He lives in Wake Forest, NC with his wife and has two children who are both off successfully in their own careers.