Myo Zarny is a network architect at Goldman Sachs. He is responsible for leading the firm’s network high availability and network virtualization programs, and is a consultant to the wireless engineering team. He has co-authored IETF drafts and ONF L4-L7 architecture documents. His areas of interest include cloud-based L4-L7 services, network automation, service function chaining, SDN/NFV and Wi-Fi. He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and an MS in Information Systems Engineering from Polytechnic University, and an MBA in Finance and Economics from New York University.