Story image

VMware A/NZ's latest recruitment comes straight from PwC Australia

27 Jul 17

As PwC Australia loses its head of IT services, VMware A/NZ gains a new director of Systems Engineering.  

Matt Chamley joins VMware after less than a year a PwC Australia, where he led the company’s IT service strategy, engineering and operations.

He was also PwC Australia’s director of DevOps where he was responsible for the development of the company’s DevOps strategy, culture, technology and general DevOps capability.

Prior to joining PwC Australia in 2016, Chamley was head of Infrastructure at Woolworths where he was responsible for the development of strategy, design, build and delivery of core infrastructure.

He also led the IT infrastructure services team in Cochlear, an implantable hearing solutions provider.

Chamley also held leadership positions at Webfirm, a Melbourne-based digital marketing company, and Be.interactive, a telecommunications company.

Alister Dias, vice president & managing director at VMware, comments, “competitive disruption and the relevant digital demands are creating increasingly complex challenges for customers.”

“As we look to partner with and support our customers, it is key that we are able to understand this complexity and help them to best implement solutions.”

“Matt’s experience leading a number of large corporations through their own digital transformation enables us to better work with our customers to drive results. “

“We are thrilled to welcome Matt to our team.” 

Chamley joins VMware with nearly 18 years of experience which provides him with a unique perspective when it comes to ensuring the effective delivery of VMware’s services within customers’ existing architectures.

Chamley says that VMware’s position in the market, its culture and ability to lead is something that he has already been able to experience through projects that he has led.

“I’m excited to be joining such an innovative company and look forward to helping businesses understand the journey to modernising their technology and recognising the full potential VMware has to offer.”

Three ways to achieve data security whilst enabling BYOD
"A mobility strategy is now more important than ever before, that said, selecting the right one is often no small task."
Mobile Infrastructure market sees fastest growth since 2014
The report from Dell’Oro shows that while the vendor rankings for the top three vendors remained unchanged with Huawei, Ericsson, and Nokia leading.
HPE unveils AI-driven operations for ProLiant, Synergy and Apollo servers
With global learning and predictive analytics capabilities based on real-world operational data, HPE InfoSight supposedly drives down operating costs.
How IoT and hybrid cloud will change in 2019
"Traditional VPN software solutions are obsolete for the new IT reality of hybrid and multi-cloud."
Enterprises to begin closing their data centres
Dan Hushon predicts next year companies will begin bidding farewell (if they haven't already) to their onsite data centres.
Citrix acquires micro app platform Sapho
Sapho’s micro applications improve employee productivity by consolidating access to tools, activities and tasks in a simple and unified work feed.
HPE expands AI-driven operations
HPE InfoSight extends select predictive analytics and recommendation capabilities to HPE servers, enabling smarter, self-monitoring infrastructure.
Dimension Data nabs three Cisco partner awards
Cisco announced the awards, including APJ Partner of the Year, at a global awards reception during its annual partner conference.