Deepen Patel, Chief Enterprise Architect at Peraton
Deepen Patel is the chief enterprise architect at Peraton, working out of the Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan Area. He is a technical leader with broad experience in running large data center infrastructure for big, very complex environments, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Patel is further described as a “specialist in operational efficiencies in network and security infrastructure in a virtualized and cloud computing environment.”
Patel has been with Peraton, a Herndon, Virginia-headquartered technology company, for only eight months. In his current role, he is tasked with enterprise architecture oversight, focusing on mergers and acquisitions-related synergies and future-proofing of enterprise information technology to align with business strategy and priorities. He is also responsible for driving innovation and providing technical leadership towards “the creation of scalable, secure, flexibly deployed and extensible solutions,” his biography further reveals.
Before joining Peraton, Patel was the chief enterprise architect at government services firm Perspecta, a job he held for three years. He was previously a senior enterprise architect at Vencore, which merged with KeyPoint Government Solutions to form Perspecta.
Earlier in his career, Patel was a technical director at BAE Systems, a position he held for six years.
Patel earned his degrees in engineering from the BMS College of Engineering and Bangalore University. He later earned his master’s degree in management and information systems from the Stevens Institute of Technology.
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