Hyperconverged Product Manager

Hyperconverged Product Manager

Job Description:

We are seeking a seasoned technical product manager, with experience in defining, developing, and launching Hyperconverged offerings, server products, and solutions, to join the team and grow our footprint in the space.

  • Drive the definition of a product family/portfolio through R&D and Solutions teams.
  • Determine appropriate product family positioning prior to introduction
  • Determine initial product pricing strategy
  • Advise peers, managers and PMs on the best way to implement Hyperconverged Infrastructure software delivery
  • Interface with all key stakeholder constantly grooming continuous delivery backlog
  • Size and roughly estimate work needed by each Agile Release Train
  • Research and propose new solutions that would improve the Continuous Delivery pipeline
  • Lead technology evaluations, and providing expertise in tools selection & project estimates
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills are required due to dynamic nature of discussions with other engineering and product teams
  • Lead the technical review component of software solutions
  • Regularly meet with customers or partners during the sales process
  • Product management experience with enterprise servers, storage and/or software products highly preferred



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