Navisite appoints Peter Berry as CTO
Berry to lead Navisite's technical vision and develop its managed cloud services portfolio
Navisite announced today that Peter Berry has been appointed as the company's chief technology officer (CTO) of cloud technologies.
Berry joins Navisite following the acquisition of clckwrk in February 2019. As Navisite's CTO of cloud technologies, Berry will head up the company's technical vision and the development of its managed cloud services portfolio.
Berry most recently served as Navisite's director of AWS solutions and has 20 years of experience in infrastructure and cloud computing. Prior to Navisite, Berry was the CTO and co-founder of clckwrk, a London-based AWS migration specialist and consulting partner.
While at clckwrk, Berry helped global organizations throughout Europe and North America migrate Oracle and other enterprise applications to the public cloud. In the past, Berry has also held positions at Hewlett-Packard and Cargill.
Navisite president and COO Gina Murphy said of Berry’s appointment: "Since joining Navisite, he has had a significant impact on the company, building trust with customers, working with key stakeholders and delivering on the promise and benefits of the cloud.”
“His proven experience, along with the wealth of technical expertise he brings to his role as CTO of cloud technologies, will be invaluable as we continue to innovate and develop our cloud technologies and related services—from strategy and design to migration, optimization and ongoing support."
Berry added his own thoughts, applauding Navasite for its “impressive team of highly specialized experts, global capabilities and managed cloud services that stand out in our industry.”
"With our strategic partnerships with Amazon, Microsoft, Google and other leading cloud providers, we are well-positioned to help companies throughout all phases of their cloud journey. I look forward to working alongside Navisite's strong executive team to grow our service portfolio, our customer base and the bottom line,” Berry added.