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Mike has over 20 years of experience in the communications industry. He is currently responsible for Service Provider Marketing at NETSCOUT. He began his career at PacBell (now part of AT&T) where he designed service plans for the business market and where he was responsible for demand analysis and modeling. His career continued with Lucent technologies where he brought to market the first mobile data service technology. At Alloptic, he was responsible for marketing the industry’s first EPON access solution and bringing to market the first RFOG solution. At O3B Networks, Mike headed up marketing bringing to market the first MEO-based constellation of satellites for serving internet service to the other 3 billion on the planet. Mike’s work continued at Cisco where he helped to define MediaNet (Videoscape) and the network technology transformation for cable operators.

Mike holds a B.S. in Information Resource Management from San Jose State University, CA and an MBA from Santa Clara University, CA.
My Web Site Or LinkedIn Profile
http://www.linkedin.com/in/michaeleserranoSFBayArea
Years of Experience:
20+
Your Company:
NETSCOUT
Your Job Title:
Sr. Product Marketing Manager
Interests:
Networking

Michael E. Serrano's Blog

Is it time to consider data in motion in your big data projects?

Posted on December 14, 2016 at 7:30am 1 Comment

As data scientists plan and evolve their big data programs, it is time to evaluate the value of adding data in motion to the data lake. What’s the difference between data in motion and data at rest? We are all familiar with data at rest. This is the data we are most accustomed to working with. Data at rest is persistent data that is stored for some period of time on either disk or in memory like sales transaction records or account information. Data in motion, on the other hand, is…

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