PAUL TURNER

Chief Marketing Officer

Paul Turner is Scality's Chief Marketing Officer

“The storage industry is going through disruptive change caused by the explosion of digital data. Scality is leading that change and it’s exciting to translate amazing innovation into simple, impactful and thrilling marketing.”

As Scality’s Chief Marketing Officer, Paul Turner leads the marketing and positioning of the scality brand and product. A storage industry expert, Paul, brings more than 20 years expertise in enterprise storage having held leadership roles at NetApp, Oracle and Cloudian. At Cloudian, Paul was Chief Marketing Officer leading all go-to-market and product management for this early stage startup. Previous to this, Paul led the Product Strategy Office at NetApp, where he guided their investments into FlashRay, Iongrid and CacheIQ. He also was the General Manager of the OnCommand Insight Business – which included Onaro and Akorri acquisitions. Under his leadership this enterprise software business grew to more than $60M and was recognized by Gartner as a leader in the Storage Resource Management market.

Paul holds an computer science degree from Trinity College in Ireland. He lives in Los Altos, Silicon Valley with his wife Kristy and their children Conor and Aoife.

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Paul's blog posts

  • We're honored to be recognized by Gartner as a leader in Distributed File and Object storage for the second year…

  • How Article 17 Could Lead to Chapter 11 Picture a bright sunny morning in June of 2018. A user of…

  • How the Prominent Credit Agency ‒ and Anyone Else ‒ Would Have Fared Under the EU’s Strict New Data Security…

  • The cloud is already known for high scalability and availability. So why settle for a generic cloud solution when you…

  • Following on the success of our Paris and Tokyo SDS Days, Scality is hosting additional SDS Day events: SDS Day…

  • Disk or Tape? Guess Which Technology Has a Future. Rumors of tape’s demise have been circulating for almost 3 decades,…

  • I was reading a great article recently called "What separates us from the animals?" by Thomas Suddendorf. In it, he…