GREGORY J. GODDARD
ggoddard@alumni.ufl.edu
Phone: (919) 469-8582
(resume also available in .DOC format)


Objective:  A challenging position working with emerging technologies 
            in the field of computer networking.
Interests:  big data, cloud computing, high-performance computing (HPC), network
            monitoring and security, L4-7, storage, and wireless technologies 
Education:  University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
            Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
 Relevant   Computer Networking, Microprocessors, Digital Logic,
 Courses:   Operating Systems, Network Security, Systems Simulation
Experience:
02/07/13-   Radware Canada, Vancouver, BC
Present     Following Strangeloop's acquisition by Radware, worked as a
            Professional Services Engineer supporting the FastView product.

01/01/12-   Strangeloop Networks, Vancouver, BC
02/07/13    Worked as a Solutions Architect supporting strategic partners,
            with an emphasis on CDN and Strangeloop product integration.

06/11/08-   Strangeloop Networks, Vancouver, BC
12/31/11    Worked as a Systems Engineer covering global accounts. Provided
            pre-sales and post-sales support as well as on site and remote
	    installation of the Strangeloop Site Optimizer, a Linux-based web
	    site accelerator. Also managed Strangeloop's cloud infrastructure
	    and participated in QA and test efforts as needed.

09/13/04-   Spirent Communications, Raleigh, NC
05/10/07    Worked as a Systems Engineer covering enterprise and major
            NEM accounts. Provided pre-sales and post-sales support for 
            Spirent's L4-7 (Avalanche), mobile wireless (Landslide), 
            and security (ThreatEx) products. 

09/09/03-   Electronic Data Systems (EDS, now HP), Charlotte, NC
09/10/04    Pre-deployment certification testing of network equipment
            for a Fortune 100/Fortune 500 customer (Bank of America).

01/10/00-   Northeast Regional Data Center, Gainesville, FL
09/03/03    Worked in NERDC's Network Services department as a Systems
            Programmer. I helped maintain campus DNS infrastructure,
	    monitor campus connectivity, and steer involvement in 
            advanced network projects such as the Access Grid, IPv6, 
 	    and Quality of Service (QoS).

08/23/99-   Northeast Regional Data Center, Gainesville, FL
12/16/99    Worked in NERDC's Network Services department as a
            part-time network engineer. During this time, I was
            primarily responsible for performance-testing small
            switches and researching network configurations.

01/04/99-   Cisco Systems, Research Triangle Park, NC
07/30/99    Worked as an intern at the Cisco Technical Assistance
            Center. Specifically, I recreated problematic router
            and switch configurations for the WAN and ISP groups.
            Extensive computer networking experience.

01/08/96-   University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
12/16/98    Worked as a systems and network administrator in the UF
            Department of Civil Engineering. I primarily supported
            their network of Sun workstations and the various
            software packages that run on the system.

Certifications:

            Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) (pursuing CCNP)
            Extra Class Amateur Radio License: KG4PHB
            Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate (JNCIA-ER) 
            Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate (JNCIA-EX) 
            SmartBits Certified Performance Analyst/Ethernet (CPA/E)
            SmartBits Certified Performance Analyst/QoS (CPA/Q)

Honors and Awards:

            Spirent Communications Presidents Club - 124% of quota achieved in 2006

Publications/Acknowledgements:

            Curtis Franklin and Greg Goddard, Review: Network Configuration Management.
            Network World, April 19, 2004.

            Curtis Franklin and Greg Goddard, Procket speeds IP traffic.
	    InfoWorld, October 3, 2003.

	    Curtis Franklin and Greg Goddard, Supersizing existing WAN connections. 
	    Network World, August 4, 2003.

            Chris Griffin and Greg Goddard, Searching for the QoS Holy Grail.
	    Network World, June 3, 2002.

            Greg Goddard and Ryan Vaughn, Review: RouteScience's PathControl.
	    Network World, April 15, 2002.

            Greg Goddard, Just Enough Server. (This article is no longer online.)
	    InternetWeek, November 26th, 2001.

            SCinet 2000 Team, Building and Measuring a High Performance Network Architecture. 
	    LBNL Technical Report LBNL-47274, April 20, 2001. 

            Chris Griffin and Greg Goddard, Do more with your bandwidth.
	    Network World, April 16, 2001.	

Skills:

	    Cloud: deployment/management of Amazon EC2 instances
            Linux: Debian, Red Hat, SUSE, Ubuntu
            Microsoft: Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista/7
            Miscellaneous: Dynagen, Dynamips, Ethereal/Wireshark
	    Unix: Mac OS X, OpenSolaris, Solaris/SunOS 2.x
            Virtualization: VirtualBox, VMware Fusion, Server, and Workstation

            I have administrative experience with Cisco and Juniper routers and
            switches. Extensive configuration and experience with a variety of
            computer networking appliances, interfaces, and routing protocols.

            I have network performance monitoring and testing experience with
            Adtech/SmartBits/TestCenter equipment from Spirent Communications
            and the 1600/1600T product line from Ixia Communications.

            Familiarity with Perl, Python, and shell scripting. In the past, I
            have had considerable contact with C, Matlab, VHDL, and M68HC11, MIPS
            R2000, and other assembly languages.

Organizations:

            American Radio Relay League Life Member
            Association for Computing Machinery Life Member
	    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2003-Present
	    IEEE Communications Society, 2003-Present
            Network World Test Alliance, 2002-2004
            University of Florida Alumni Association Life Member

Committees:

            Supercomputing Student Volunteer, 1998-1999
            Supercomputing Networking Committee, 2000-Present

References: Available upon request.

Relocation: Open to relocation for the right opportunity.