Roger Levy is acting general manager for HP Public Cloud, which offers leading-edge public cloud infrastructure, platform services and cloud solutions for developers, ISVs, partners, service providers and enterprises. In this role, Levy is responsible for driving HP's public cloud business, including product development, R&D, sales, business development and marketing. HP's public cloud offering is a key element in the company's converged cloud strategy to provide customers an integrated set of enterprise-grade public, private and/or managed cloud services.
Before joining HPCS, Levy was senior vice president for products at Engine Yard, where he was responsible for the company's innovative platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings; in this role he had oversight for product management, product marketing, engineering and support and professional services.
Prior to Engine Yard, Levy was the general manager and SVP for Novell's SUSE Linux business. He began his career at Lucent Technologies' Bell Labs, where he attained several leadership positions at the VP level, including leading the GSM Mobility Development Center, the Software Technology Center, and creating Lucent's first internal startup incubator.
Levy holds an MS degree in computing and information sciences from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a BS degree in physics from Lafayette College. He has also completed an advanced management program at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University