Enzo Greco

Enzo Greco is Chief Strategy Officer for Nlyte Software, where he has responsibility for setting Nlyte’s strategy and direction based on market trends and dynamics, partnerships and adjacent markets. He has deep knowledge of software and the Data Center market; his current focus is on Colocation Providers, Hybrid Cloud implementations and applying Analytics overall to Critical Infrastructure, Data Center and Application Performance Management markets. Most recently, Enzo was the VP and GM for Software within Emerson Network Power, where he was responsible for the entire Data Center software portfolio, from strategy to development to deployment. While at Emerson, he aggressively repositioned the portfolio and strategy, and led the transition efforts for Software as Emerson Network Power was sold to Platinum Equity. Enzo started his career at AT&T Bell Laboratories, where he was part of the software research group and one of the original founders of the TUXEDO System, an enterprise grade transaction processing system; he received a fellowship for this work. After AT&T Bell Laboratories, Enzo transitioned to Wall Street where he ran a software market and strategy consultancy with blue-chip clients ranging from Goldman Sachs to AIG. During this period, he founded several companies, the largest of which, Planetworks, was acquired by IBM in April, 1999. Enzo then worked in IBM’s headquarters for 14 years, where he was heavily involved in IBM’s entering and growing several key markets, including Portal, Business Process Management and Smarter Commerce. Enzo has a BS from Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY and an MS from Stanford University in Stanford, CA.
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IoT Data Centers – “We’ve Always Done IoT, We’re Just Terrible At Marketing It”

By Enzo Greco | March 1, 2018

IoT Data Centers An often repeated phrase by many data center professionals is “We’ve always done IoT, we’re just terrible at marketing it.” They’re right, of course (at least regarding IoT!), and IoT proper is now firmly finding its role

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“Management by AI”: Analytics in the Data Center

By Enzo Greco | February 21, 2018

Management by AI Behind any cloud, hosted environment or enterprise computing environment are data centers with tens of thousands of servers, racks upon racks of networking equipment, and supporting critical infrastructure, from power distribution to thermal management. The scale, complexity

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The Competitive Cloud Data Center

By Enzo Greco | February 20, 2018

The Competitive Cloud The corporate data center was long the defacto vehicle for all application deployment across an enterprise. Whether reporting to Real Estate, Finance or IT, this relationship served both data centers and their users well, as it allowed