Traffic Parrot provides API and service simulation, service virtualization and API mocking software and consulting services to both startups and established e-commerce and financial institutions.
Our software bridges the gap between open-source software like Wiremock and Mountebank and commercial enterprise offerings such as Broadcom CA Lisa Service Virtualization or Parasoft Virtualize. For details on how we compare against other service virtualization tools, please see the tools comparison page.
Our software is different from open source offerings because it supports multiple protocols/technologies, provides a graphical user interface, advanced features and commercial support.
Our software is different from other commercial offerings because it fits well into both centralized monolithic and distributed microservice architectures.
For more details, please see the Service virtualization and API mocking tools comparison.
We blog at https://blog.trafficparrot.com/.
A software developer bringing a decade of hands-on coding and leadership experience in Agile, XP, TDD, pair programming and clean coding.
Believes in pair programming, continuous integration and the agile manifesto. Specializes in automation, TDD, stubbing and service virtualization.
Passionate about delivering real value to real people. Expert at developing high quality software solutions that leverage appropriate automation techniques.
Over 10 years software development experience alongside a strong academic background in mathematics and computer science.
Contributor to several open source projects, including Wiremock and Apache HttpClient. Author of a number of small open source libraries.
Has helped companies like Advanced Micro Devices, Cisco, 3COM and AMD work closely with startups to deliver new products and help improve existing portfolio.
The CEO of SKMurphy, Inc. where he provides strategy advice on early customers and early revenue for technology products.
A well known presenter on lean business conferences. Contributor to books on entrepreneurship, for example in "Traction: A Startup Guide to Getting Customers".
Jeff provides an executive perspective and insights to help drive Traffic Parrots organizational, business, sales and support strategies.
He has over 30 year’s high tech experience in engineering development, methodology, leadership and executive management in EDA software and networking industries. He has extensive experience managing global engineering teams to provide innovative design solutions and has held various leadership roles responsible for customer satisfaction and overall product quality.