IT Monitoring software provider ScienceLogic today announced that industry veteran Don Pyle has been appointed Chief Operating Officer and a Member of the Board of Directors. Pyle has held multiple CEO positions and brings more than 25 years of IT infrastructure software and hardware experience to ScienceLogic. As COO, Pyle will shepherd the Company’s ongoing global expansion as well as lead the sales and marketing functions. Don’s career track record includes three company IPOs and two acquisitions.
Most recently Don was EVP, Service Provider Strategy and Sales at Infoblox (BLOX). Prior to joining Infoblox, he was CEO of Netcordia (acquired by Infoblox in May 2010) as well as CEO of Laurel Networks (acquired by ECI Telecom in June 20005). Don joined Juniper Networks as the first sales person prior to product launch and helped grow the company from a start-up to $1 Billion in Sales, as VP of North American Sales. He also held sales management positions, rapidly growing divisions within networking companies StrataCom and Cisco Systems.
“ScienceLogic is charting a path for those global organizations that require a simple way of monitoring IT assets across datacenters as well as public and private clouds,” said David Link, CEO, ScienceLogic. “Don Pyle is a consistent winner. Over and over he has delivered record setting growth and industry leading businesses throughout his career. We’re thrilled to have Don’s deep industry domain expertise, and leadership skills as we navigate rapidly accelerating growth and increasing global demand for our Hybrid IT Monitoring platform.”
“It’s great to be joining the team during such an exciting time, with forward momentum on a highly differentiated technology and breaking quarterly sales records at ScienceLogic,” said Don Pyle, COO, ScienceLogic. “I look forward to rolling up my sleeves and getting our Hybrid IT Monitoring software in the hands of many more enterprises and service providers that can see the power and automation required for Next Generation Hybrid Cloud infrastructure.”