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Keith Gardner

Keith leads the DBAs and Technical Debt teams at vRad and collaborates with the Principal Engineers to set the vRad’s technical direction. He has over 30 years of experience building highly scalable/available systems and is passionate about logging, anomaly alerting and building self-correcting systems. In his free time, he enjoys reef marine aquariums, traveling, playing tennis, taking walks, watching football (both kinds) and spending time with his family.

Disaster Recovery Models & Gauging Nine(s) | Maintaining Server Redundancy in a Highly Available Environment

As a 24/7/365 radiology company, vRad’s technology is the backbone of everything we do. In order to deliver patient care, our client facilities must be able to communicate with our servers – and for us, that’s every day, every night, every weekend, every holiday… you get the picture.

Girls Who Code | Paving a Path to Technology Diversity

We have a large team of engineers and developers who create, maintain and enhance our proprietary technology systems.  We’re proud of our team and the work that they do, in fact, we have an entire blog series dedicated to their efforts: Technology Quest.

Diversity is important to vRad and we know first-hand that hiring female coders is difficult: there simply aren’t as many applicants.