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JULIAN BONEHAM


ABOUT JULIAN

Director, N4Stack

Julian brings over 20 years of experience having started his career in the UK’s Oracle distribution channel in 1997. Thereafter he was one of the management team that founded Quantix in 2002 which subsequently went through a management buy-out in 2007 prior to being acquired by Interoute in 2011.

After 3.5 years as Sales Director at Interoute, Julian co-founded Onomi in 2015 with a view to taking over the Database Managed Services world. Onomi grew much quicker than expected which resulted in Node4 acquiring the business in 2017.

Since then, Julian has co-founded N4Stack which provides a modernised Managed Service amalgamating our expertise across data management, DevOps and cloud architecting.

Is there anything Julian isn’t good at? Yes! Despite years of practice he still can’t speak proficiently in Spanish. He is, however, very good at remembering utterly useless information!

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