09 Jul 2019, 0800 - 0930
Innovation Martlesham, in association with TechEast, would like to invite you to another Breakfast Networking Event
with Guest Speakers
Frank Puranik, Product Director, iTrinegy
, Specialist Network Designer, BT GS Technical and Service Design
“How Can a Bad Network Mean a Better User Experience?”
Come along to listen to Virtual Test Network experts iTrinegy and BT to learn:
- Why testing today’s applications in production networks just isn’t good enough
- The type of network conditions that kill an application’s performance
- What is a Virtual Test Network, different types and some example use cases
- How BT built a multi-cloud WAN emulation environment to showcase BT’s leading edge SD-WAN products
- How to implement a Virtual Test Network
PLACES ARE LIMITED AND ATTENDANCE IS BY REGISTRATION ONLY. Please register by contacting email@example.com
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PERSONAL PROFILE - Frank
As one of the company’s trusted advisors, Frank regularly provides expertise to companies on how network conditions can kill application performance. Customers are able to draw from Frank’s extensive experience and enhance their testing by introducing real-world network conditions into their test processes, thereby validating application performance prior to actual rollout or migration. Frank’s experience covers a diverse range of testing scenarios and projects including cloud migration, VDI, data centre consolidation, SD-WAN, end-user relocation, mobile and satellite networks across industries including defence and government, financial services, technology, broadcast, online gaming, retail and healthcare.
Frank has over 25 years’ experience of developing technology to address application testing, performance and monitoring. Today, Frank continues to be hands-on and works closely with customers to define future product enhancements.
PERSONAL PROFILE - Martin
Martin Joined BT in 1995 following 11 years serving as a RADAR and Communications Technician in the Royal Air Force, doing everything from fixing complex multi-million pound RADAR systems to sweeping the hangar floor! He used to strap pilot Andy Green into Phantom fast jets long before Andy went on to break the land speed record in Thrust SSC in 1997.
Martin’s BT experience covers a range of technical disciplines from software testing , delivery and support to Broadband IP networks and for the past 10 years designing Global IP networks for MNCs particularly in the finance sector. He has recently led a team to design and build a lab to showcase BT’s leading edge SD-WAN products. The lab employs the iTrinegy INE to create a powerful multi-cloud WAN emulation environment and simulate network fault conditions to showcase how the SD-WAN products overcome a range of failure scenarios.
Martin is a Chartered Engineer with the IET and holds Cisco CCIE Emeritus status. When not at work he enjoys playing the guitar, walking and leading two Boys Brigade Companies helping young people get on life including the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme.