Nutanix Names Aaron Bean as Chief Human Resources Officer

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(Business Wire)–Nutanix®
a leader in enterprise cloud computing, today announced that it has
named Aaron Bean as Chief Human Resources Officer. Bean brings deep
expertise in building transformational employee experiences and leading
global operations to the role, and he will be responsible for the
company’s global people and places operations as the company seeks to
scale an employee experience designed to continue to attract, support
and grow top talent.

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“Aaron is an expert in building great employee experiences, and I’m
excited to add him to our team as we seek to scale our global workforce
and strengthen our open and driven corporate culture,” said Dheeraj
Pandey, CEO, Nutanix. “His addition to the team adds employee-centric
expertise to our executive team, and will help us continue to grow our
outstanding employee base and attract hungry and driven new talent.”

A Place Where Employees Are Constantly Learning

Bean will be responsible for all aspects of the Nutanix employee
experience, including recruiting, training, compensation, benefits,
engagement and facilities. Having successfully scaled other fast growing
technology companies’ people and places operations globally, his mandate
is to build on the company’s success in creating an open and driven
culture where grassroots thrive, and employees are constantly evolving.

Bean brings to Nutanix more than 20 years of experience in leading
employee engagement and satisfaction initiatives at both public and
private companies. He most recently served as Vice President of Human
Resources at Skyhigh Networks, where he led employee recruitment and
retention efforts, supporting international expansion for the Cloud
Access Security Broker (CASB) leader. Prior to Skyhigh, he led the human
resources function for Aruba Networks, where he scaled the startup from
150 employees and $30 million in annual revenue into a global public
company with approximately 1,700 employees and more than $700 million in
annual revenue, before its eventual sale to Hewlett Packard. Before
joining Aruba, Bean ran the human resources function for Juniper
Networks’ Security group as it completed back-to-back acquisitions of
NetScreen and Neoteris. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of
Human Resources and Corporate Services at Alteon WebSystems, where he
managed human resources, real estate and IT functions for the company as
it grew from a venture-funded startup into a multi-billion dollar public
company, before its acquisition by Nortel Networks. Bean holds a
Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Southern California.

“I am thrilled to join Nutanix, an industry leader that is transforming
the world of IT, and a company whose core values — Hungry, Humble,
Honest — align well with my own,” said Bean. “By bringing a holistic
perspective to managing the people and places operations — including
recruiting, retention, locations, workspaces, diversity, perks and
safety — I believe we can further extend the company’s reputation as a
great place for builders, scalers and dreamers.”

About Nutanix

Nutanix makes infrastructure invisible, elevating IT to focus on the
applications and services that power their business. The Nutanix
Enterprise Cloud OS software leverages web-scale engineering and
consumer-grade design to natively converge compute, virtualization and
storage into a resilient, software-defined solution with rich machine
intelligence. The result is predictable performance, cloud-like
infrastructure consumption, robust security, and seamless application
mobility for a broad range of enterprise applications and services.
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