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Thursday, October 18 • 4:20pm - 4:50pm
Integrating Communications into the Enterprise

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Since the beginning, adoption of Twilio by Fortune 500 companies and global Web brands has followed the same explosive trajectory as its self-service audience. Both types of customer appreciate Twilio for its power and simplicity, but Enterprise customers, the subject of today's talk, exhibit distinct technical and commercial requirements.


We will examine Twilio's scalability and reliability characterics, share best practices on designing Twilio-powered communication systems, and highlight new and upcoming Twilio features that are the result of Enterprise feedback. Specifically, a deep dive of SIP and <Queue> will round out the discussion.


Fredrick Lee, Twilio's Lead Security Engineer, and Zeeshan Yoonas, Head of Sales, will be on hand to assist with your questions during Q&A.


Speakers
avatar for Evan Cummack

Evan Cummack

Sales Engineer, Twilio
As the first technical hire on Twilio's Enterprise Sales team, Evan has collaborated with Engineers, Product Managers and Security Officers across the country, promoting elegant and robust Twilio integration to Web and Enterprise applications.   | | Before joining Twilio, Evan worked on the design and deployment of biometric and telecommunications systems in the greatest country on Earth (per capita): New Zealand. | | As a... Read More →
avatar for Christer Fahlgren

Christer Fahlgren

Lead Software Engineer, Twilio
Christer Fahlgren is a Lead Software Engineer within the voice team at Twilio. Most recently, he was one of the key developers of the Queue feature. Before joining Twilio, he was a Software Architect in Oracle's middleware division. He has more than 17 years of software industry experience as an Architect, Product Manager and Software engineer, primarily with Telecommunications software solutions for technologies like ISDN, SS7 and SIP.
avatar for John Wolthuis

John Wolthuis

Co-Founder, Twilio
John is one of Twilio's Co-founders, as well as a Software Architect responsible for the core voice infrastructure.  He's an entrepreneur who has been building out the tech side of startups for the last 15 years.  Before starting Twilio, John worked in engineering roles at companies such as Stubhub, Thomson-Reuters, and Active.com.  John's hobbies include bourbon, charcuterie and kitten dodgeball. 


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