Mathew Soltis Named F5 Cloud Business Head in Americas Region

Jeff Brody
Mathew Soltis

Mathew Soltis, former global public sector head for the Amazon Web Services marketplace team, has joined application delivery networking technology provider F5 Networks as head of cloud revenue and field operations in the Americas region, G2Xchange ETC reported Thursday.

He has more than two decades of experience working on public cloud, cybersecurity, agile application and strategy consulting offerings for the government sector.

Prior to AWS, Soltis held a 10-year career at former Hewlett Packard Enterprise, where he directed HPE's  Department of Homeland Security account as well as its U.S. public sector consulting and infrastructure transformation practices.

He supported cancer genetics research as a National Cancer Institute fellow earlier in his career.

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