JFrog appoints former Flipkart and Microsoft leader Kavita Viswanath as GM
JFrog has appointed Kavita Viswanath as its General Manager for India to oversee their India Operations.
Orit Goren, COO at Jfrog, says, “We are excited to onboard Ms. Kavita Viswanath as the General Manager for JFrog India. The business world is streaming fast towards cloud services and that accelerates their adoption of DevOps and DevSecOps to account for continuous delivery and seamless deployment. We are scaling up our operations in India and Kavita’s experience in leading teams and integrating functions across a company will play a major role with us.”
In recent years, JFrog has acquired two US-India based companies. CloudMunch allows DevOps business intelligence and analytics to drive DevOps forward by scaling software releases and Continuous Updates. Shippable is a best-of-breed CI/CD technology that is now included in the JFrog Platform as JFrog Pipelines and JFrog Mission Control. Between those two acquisitions, the headcount at JFrog in India has continued to grow.
Viswanath brings over 19 years of experience in leading roles with different sectors. She was associated with Flipkart before joining JFrog, and was responsible for building a B2B business of their ‘Made in India’ brand Billion. She also played a role as Head of Planning and Strategy for Flipkart Ads. Her most recent assignment with them was leading Global Sales at Myntra, for their AI-based SaaS product.
Kavita Viswanath, comments, “I am happy to have this great opportunity with JFrog India. JFrog has proved its presence in the global business of cloud and DevOps services, and India has unmatched business potential to explore in this area. I look forward to leading the dynamic team and helping JFrog scale up their India operations.”
Viswanath proudly joins JFrog after many years in the software business with leading global technology companies like Microsoft and Oracle, where for more than a decade she managed Enterprise Sales and Alliances for their on-premises and Cloud businesses.