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Peter Cladingbowl’s ability to design, build and operate engineering systems was forged down mines, on oil rigs and in factories. For the last fifteen years he has been creating lean and resilient distributed computing infrastructure across Europe and Eurasia. He is at the forefront of technology development and deployment for distributed computing systems, the more accurate name for “the cloud”.
A systems thinker with a passion for quality, he understands the current and future hazards and opportunities for technology based companies, and has the capabilities to act on them to bring value to any enterprise. He has served as Senior Vice President with global telecoms company Global Crossing (now Level 3) and European colocation company Interxion, they came with the responsibility for annual capital and operational expense budgets of several hundred million Euros.
Experience & Capabilities:
Quantifying and qualifying the end-user Quality of Experience delivered from distributed computing
Data Centre and Network strategy, design, build and operation
Expertise at all layers of the distributed computing (“cloud”) stack
Technology evaluation, equipment selection, supply chain development and equipment financing
Reduction in construction times and costs by: in depth understanding of customer needs; improving and standardizing designs; re-engineering processes and risk management; and developing effective and efficient supply chain management
Design and implementation of rigorous cost management structures and processes to continually create value for money and prevent fraud
Operational development, creating “fit for purpose” operations with the appropriate blend of people, processes and technology