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Define and carry out the go-to-market strategy for one of the fastest-growing offerings in our portfolio. The Red Hat OpenShift Hosted Platform team is looking for an experienced Principal Product Marketing manager to join us in Raleigh, NC. In this role, you will be critical for our success in the emerging Docker-format container and Kubernetes orchestration technology space. You’ll lead the development of the product messaging, positioning, and core content for the assigned family of offerings. You'll also serve as a key business partner to the field and develop effective sales tools and sales plays for the Red Hat's sales team and partners worldwide. As a Principal Product Marketing Manager, you will work cross-functionally and globally with numerous teams across business, corporate and field marketing, services, and partner teams. Your skills and expertise as a product marketing expert, as well as your solid technical background, will be critical for success in our fast-paced environment and rapidly evolving market.
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