Imago Techmedia Ltd is registered in England and Wales under Company No. 04865455.
Registered Office: Bedford House, Fulham Green, 69-79 Fulham High Street, London, SW6 3JW, United Kingdom
Business Address: Imago Techmedia, 2C Bedford House, Fulham Green, 69-79 Fulham High Street, London, SW6 3JW, United Kingdom
Imago Techmedia is a subsidiary of Clarion Events Limited
Matthew Brady, Senior ADM Specialist, has over twenty five years’ experience in IT consultancy and sales support for a wide range of clients across many industries.
He joined Hewlett Packard Enterprise in April 2014 as part of the Shunra acquisition having worked there since 2010. Before joining Shunra, Matthew worked at Alcatel Lucent covering web traffic optimization and monitoring. Prior to that, he was 5 years at Keynote Systems, focusing on web and application performance monitoring, testing and quality analysis.
His expertise includes web & mobile performance analysis and monitoring, load and stress testing, functional testing, software quality analysis, network analysis, application development and more.
As part of the EMEA HQ at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Matthew supports sales and marketing activities across EMEA covering Lifecycle Virtualization, Performance Engineering, DevOps and Mobile testing.
Matthew has a BSc (hons) in Mathematics from Salford University, UK.
Matthew Brady Seminars
Application Virtualisation – Managing Increasing System Complexity While Delivering Faster Wed 5th Oct 13:00 - 13:30
Application Virtualisation – Managing Increasing System Complexity While Delivering Faster
Applications are becoming increasingly interconnected, with the average consumer system having more than 30 integrations. In addition, the drive to increased security using biometric information, combined with environmental, geo-location and other sensor data on portable devices often integral to a cross-platform user experience is increasing the complexity of application infrastructure and test requirements. Managing application delivery in platform silos no longer matches patterns of interaction, with users now frequently transitioning between web, mobile web, app and back again seamlessly.
Time / Place
Wed 5th Oct 13:00 to 13:30