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Data Industry Vet Scott Gnau Joins Hortonworks as CTO

Scott Gnau
Scott Gnau

TYSONS CORNER, VA April 16, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — Hortonworks (Nasdaq: HDP) has named data industry veteran Scott Gnau as its new chief technology officer, leading the company’s global technology strategy, product direction and R&D starting April 27, GovCon Executive reported Wednesday.

Gnau comes into the new role from his role as president of Teradata Labs.

“Scott’s deep experience in data management and analytics will add tremendous value to the future of the Hortonworks data platform, ” Hortonworks CEO Rob Bearden said Tuesday.

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