Herb Schneider brings more than 25 years experience in systems hardware and software engineering to Maxta, including leading the delivery of complex software and systems in enterprise flash storage, enterprise networking, and Openstack private cloud technology.
Before joining Maxta, he was Executive VP, Engineering at Nebula, Inc., where he was responsible for delivering Openstack Cloud software for enterprise customers. Additionally, he co-founded GridIron Systems, which was ultimately acquired by Violin Memory.
Earlier in his career, Herb co-founded Extreme Networks, where he held the position of VP, Engineering and helped take it public in 1999.
He holds several patents in data networking and security and earned a BSEE from the University of California at Davis.