Cisco Blogs / John Mullooly
SP Technology and Architecture
John Mullooly is a Distinguished Architect at Cisco Systems, joining in 1998 with focus on the Service Provider market. He is a recognized and accomplished technology leader with 30+ years of experience in computer/IP network design, deployment, and consulting to large SPs (AT&T, etc.) and Enterprise customers. He has extensive technical expertise in Network Design, IP Routing, MPLS/SR, L3/L2 VPN’s, Software Defined Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), NFV Orchestration (NFVO), Openstack, Cloud Networking, Kubernetes, NETCONF/YANG and Service Automation. He is a leading contributor to Cisco’s Network Slicing architectural vision, based on multi-domain and intent-based service modeled principles, and has contributed to the IETF’s work to drive better standardization in this area.
John previously held senior technology roles at AT&T Bell Labs and AT&T Solutions. He has obtained BS/MS degrees in Electrical Engineering, various industry certifications including multiple CCIEs (#3659), AWS Solution Architecture, AWS Advanced Networking and Certified Kubernetes Administration (CKA). He holds ten patents in the areas of computer networking and IP network services and is an adjunct professor in the Engineering & Technology Department at Brookdale Community College.