Kyle York is the vice president of product strategy for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and the general manager for Oracle’sDyn Global Business Unit (GBU). York has been an executive with Dyn since 2008. During his years there he spearheaded company growth and corporate strategy, which led to its acquisition by Oracle in 2016. In his current role, York focuses on product strategy, market development, and evangelism for Oracle’s cloud platform and is responsible for overall Dyn GBU operations.
As an expert in the global internet, cloud, SaaS, IaaS, and technology markets and trends, York has been featured in publications including Dark Reading, Entrepreneur, the New York Times, TechCrunch, USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, Web Hosting Industry Review, and Wired, and on broadcasts such as NPR’s All Tech Considered, and PBS’s Frontline. He has been a guest speaker at many conferences including CIO Summit, Cyber Security Summit, Gartner, HostingCon, Interop, LAUNCH, MPOWER, The Next Web, and Web Summit.
York has spent his career working in the “as-a-service” business model. Prior to joining Dyn, he spent six years at SaaS company WhippleHill Communications, which was acquired by Blackbaud in 2014. In addition to his efforts at Dyn, he is a board member, advisor, and investor in several fast-growth startups. York holds a BS in marketing from Bentley University.
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Kyle York and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.
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