Terry Slattery Speaking at Enterprise Connect Orlando on Feb 28 and Mar 2, 2011

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Carole Warner Reece
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Terry Slattery, one of our Principal Consultants, is a speaker at two sessions at Enterprise Connect Orlando 2011!

On Monday Feb 28, his 2:00 pm breakout session titled “Network Test Tools for Voice and Video” will cover the following key questions:


  • Why are new tools required to support voice and video conferencing?
  • Why can’t I use the tools that have been serving me well for years?
  • What features are required in these tools for managing and monitoring real-time networks?
  • Who are the vendors and what types of tools to they offer?
  • Do I need different tools for debugging than I do for operational monitoring of the network?

On Wednesday, March 2, Terry is a panel member for a three-hour workshop at 2:30 m where he will discuss approaches to voice and video security, with tips on how to stay out of trouble.This workshop is titled “QoS & Network Design for Converged Networks“, and will cover the following key questions:

  • What is required to deliver adequate quality of service (QOS) for voice and video on local and wide-area IP networks that previously handled only data?
  • What services do I need from my WAN vendor to support voice and video? What is an appropriate Service Level Agreement (SLA)?
  • Can you run VOIP or video over the Internet with acceptable QOS/quality of experience (QOE)?
  • How do I classify traffic in the network to ensure voice and video are treated correctly without opening my network up to overutilization by unauthorized endpoints?
  • How do you extend your upgrade to serve mobile workers?
  • What tools are needed for testing and monitoring a converged network with voice and video?
  • I have lots of bandwidth and low utilization, do I really need QoS?

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Nick Kelly

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Nick has over 20 years of experience in Security Operations and Security Sales. He is an avid student of cybersecurity and regularly engages with the Infosec community at events like BSides, RVASec, Derbycon and more. The son of an FBI forensics director, Nick holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice and is one of Cisco’s Fire Jumper Elite members. When he’s not working, he writes cyberpunk and punches aliens on his Playstation.

 

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John is our CTO and the practice lead for a talented team of consultants focused on designing and delivering scalable and secure infrastructure solutions to customers across multiple industry verticals and technologies. Previously he has held several positions including Executive Director/Chief Architect for Global Network Services at JPMorgan Chase. In that capacity, he led a team managing network architecture and services.  Prior to his role at JPMorgan Chase, John was a Distinguished Engineer at Cisco working across a number of verticals including Higher Education, Finance, Retail, Government, and Health Care.

He is an expert in working with groups to identify business needs, and align technology strategies to enable business strategies, building in agility and scalability to allow for future changes. John is experienced in the architecture and design of highly available, secure, network infrastructure and data centers, and has worked on projects worldwide. He has worked in both the business and regulatory environments for the design and deployment of complex IT infrastructures.