Julie O’Brien

SVP, Corporate Marketing

As the SVP of Corporate Marketing for Nutanix, Julie is responsible for leading global brand strategy, corporate communications, channel and alliance marketing, demand generation, corporate social responsibility, marketing operations, corporate events and regional marketing in APJ, Americas and EMEA. She holds more than 20 years of global marketing and leadership experience from start-up to large enterprise companies including Good Technology, Box, Cisco and SightPath, which was acquired by Cisco. Julie serves on the board of advisors for Workforce Opportunity Services and Demand Spring. She graduated from Bentley University in Waltham, Mass with a B.A./M.B.A.

Cloud-Ready Enterprises or True-up Surprises?

This is the third blog in my series on the You Decide campaign. I invited Steve Kaplan, AKA “ROI Dude,” to co-blog with me.

Jedis, Robots, and Dark Angels —.NEXT 2019 Keynotes!

If you’ve attended a .NEXT Conference you know we tend to be a wee bit quirky and spontaneous in our main stage keynotes. We’ve had Nutanix executives break out in a “Steve Ballmer monkey dance” in 2015;

Say Goodbye to the vTax and Hello to Quality Time

A few weeks ago I shared a blog on what it means to be free of the operational burdens that come with the vTax.

vTax-Free Operations

In case you missed it (wink), we launched our global You Decide campaign last month. Over the course of 3 blogs, I’ll dive in deeper to what it means to say goodbye to painful upgrades, true up surprises, vendor lock in and fire drills.

Columbia University and Nutanix Team Up to Mentor IT Executives on Multicloud Era

The multi-cloud era represents a quantum leap that is changing the enterprise IT landscape, creating digital disruption and new ways of thinking about private, public and edge requirements.

Digital Transformation and Role of DevOps

Digital transformation (DX) has triggered a major overhaul in the way organizations think about tried-and-true business models and operationalize day-to-day processes.