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Greg Ferro

Greg Ferro

Greg is a Freelance Network Architect & Engineer currently working in Great Britain for Fortune 100 companies on a wide range of Enterprise networking and security technologies. Recently focussing on architecture and design for cloud networking using continuous delivery & Lean methodology as well as solving the Enterprise challenge for service selection. Security Infrastructure is also a key part of his expertise. Current technology focus includes: - Cloud and Virtual Networking for Enterprise & Service Providers including application of virtual networking, cloud bursting, Continuous Delivery / Lean operations and more. - OpenFlow/SDN market and product analysis since April 2011. Engagement with Cisco, Juniper, BigSwitch, HP and more on their respective strategies. - Virtual security and active defense technologies. - Team methodology for moving to continuous delivery instead of legacy ITIL methods. He is the co-host of the Packet Pushers Podcast - a weekly podcast on data networking. Covering all areas of networking, Packet Pushers is a roundtable discussion from users, customers and vendors to cover the networking industry. Mostly focussed on Enterprise and Cloud networking. The show is highly opinionated, technical, nerdy, sponsored by vendors, and reaches an audience in excess of 10000 people per week. Greg also writes regularly for Network Computing where he covers a range of networking topics including product and strategy from the vendors, technology reviews and 'coalface' experiences. He tours Silicon Valley twice a year, in a limousine, to meet vendors and startups. These briefings, part of the Tech Field Day event, builds a primary source of independent relationships, contact and network of resources in both vendor and customer communities. This adds to the inbound information pool and contacts for information gathering research and customer inputs. He also blogs regularly at with a more technical focus and with a more 'strongly curated' viewpoint.

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