SOURCE: Nodeable


November 08, 2011 14:32 ET

Nodeable Adds to Executive Team, Appoints Matt Asay Senior Vice President of Business Development

Well-Respected Industry Influencer to Foster Channel Development, Partnerships, Blogging, Content Development

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 8, 2011) - Nodeable, providers of a systems intelligence platform for managing and analyzing cloud-based data, today named Matt Asay Vice President of Business Development.

"We're thrilled to have Matt join the management team at Nodeable," said Dave Rosenberg, CEO and co-founder of Nodeable. "His expertise in developing sales and distribution channels for early-stage companies is unmatched and his prominent position in the industry will allow Nodeable to expand rapidly."

Prior to Nodeable, Matt served as SVP, Business Development at Strobe, an application delivery network. Before that, Matt was the Chief Operating Officer at Canonical, which provides engineering, online and professional services to Ubuntu partners and customers worldwide.

Matt is a well regarded columnist and blogger for The Register, having blogged previously for both CNET and InfoWorld. Matt also serves on the Board of Advisors at SugarCRM, Loopfuse, Volantis, Openbravo, JasperSoft, Bungee Labs, MindTouch, and others.

"Nodeable is uniquely positioned as the first platform for managing and maintaining cloud infrastructure using a social platform," said Matt Asay. "Attracting early adopters is exceptionally difficult, which makes Nodeable's beta interest from the largest Web properties so surprising and exciting -- I look forward to helping bring the Nodeable platform to market."

Nodeable adds a social layer to systems data making it easier to manage cloud services and collaborate with other users through intuitive social network dynamics already familiar to end-users via Twitter and Facebook. If interested in applying for a private beta invitation, register online at

About Nodeable
Nodeable provides a systems intelligence platform for managing and analyzing systems data, making it easy for organizations to interact and collaboratively manage cloud-based systems and services. As simple to use as consumer social networks like Facebook and Twitter, Nodeable makes it easier and more intuitive to manage cloud infrastructure and data services. Founded in 2011, the company is backed by True Ventures and Crosslink Capital.

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