Service Fractal delivers enterprise-level cyber-networking and security infrastructure monitoring and management through an innovative, SaaS model. Our goal is to make network management easier, smarter, and more affordable.
Based in the San Francisco Bay area, we enable enterprises, branch offices and campus segments to focus on strategic business outcomes.
In today’s networked world, securing network infrastructure from cyber threats while still delivering business outcomes is a significant challenge. Using our cloud-based network management solutions, Service Fractal allows businesses to instantly apply and use the latest methodologies, without custom automation or additional training.
Service Fractal is vendor-neutral (Cisco, HPE, Allied Telesis, and other white box networking solutions), provides context-aware analytics while reducing operational costs. Our core technology is built on algorithmic intelligence and can be configured for operational use in less than 30 minutes. And our unique SaaS model makes all our services available on a monthly subscription basis with no long-term contracts.
MEET OUR LEADERSHIP
Founder & CEO
Shivaram, loves building software that solves problems at scale. As an industry expert in security and networking, he has shipped revenue-generating products for 15+ years and worked for companies such as Sun Microsystems, Microsoft and Infoblox. He has contributed to industry standards at W3C, ANSI, ISO, ONF and TCG. Shivaram holds an MS in Computer Science from Oklahoma City University and BS in Electrical Engineering from Bangalore University.
Mark has over 20 years of hands-on design and implementation of distributed systems. He was the Chief Architect of J2EE and Java Message Service, and a Distinguished Engineer with broad experience at Sun Microsystems.
Head, Services & Support
Radhika's hands-on experience in research, software development and support led to a breadth of experiences at Cisco, Palo Alto Networks, and Arkin (VMware). Radhika holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Wichita State University for her work on Software Defined Networking and Mobile.