Senior Technical Architect – NetApp, USA
PhD Student (Information Science) - University of Coimbra
MSc (Master of Computer Science) – UNICAMP (Universidade de Campinas)
Post-Graduation Information Technology - Faculdade de Informática de Lins
Since 2000, I have been working at NetApp as a Senior Technical Architect (Customer Proof of Concepts Labs – Research Triangle Park, NC USA). NetApp is a Data (Information) company and during these 15+ years, I have been working to assist the team in achieving assigned revenue goals, to manage and evolve a comprehensive technology collaboration and support, to provide technical consultation and disseminating product information for the field and NetApp and be an expert in a product (NetApp) and the Database (information) market.
In 2009, I have been nominated an Oracle ACE that are known for their strong credentials as Oracle community enthusiasts and advocates, with candidates nominated by anyone in the Oracle Technology and Applications communities.
Oracle ACE - https://apex.oracle.com/pls/otn/f?p=19297:4:3283974397349219::NO:4:P4_ID:1340
MSc Computer Networks (UNICAMP) – “Performance Analysis – iSCSI vs. FCP”
IEEE Article “Performance Analysis – iSCSI vs. FCP” – June 2007
Reviewer Book - The Method R Guide to Mastering Oracle Trace Data, Second Edition Paperback – May 20, 2016 by Cary Millsap
Outstanding Contribution FY04 – Americas (Systems Engineering)
NetApp Club 2005 – Barcelona
SE Recognition – 2006 (Americas)
Systems Engineer – 2007 (Worldwide)
Living Our Values Awards – 2009 (Americas)
Tech Team Member Outstanding Contribution – 2013
NetApp Club 2014 – Hawaii
NetApp Insight Technical Conference – 2014
NetApp Insight 2015 – Data Fabric Demo – https://youtu.be/uLlwZvkaTmo?t=2870 (Day 2)
Numerous Awards in Latin America and Worldwide – NetApp
Using Crash-Consistent Snapshot Copies as Valid Oracle Backups
SnapManager 3.2 for Oracle Best Practices
A Comparative Study of the Performance of the Protocols iSCSI and Fiber Channel – IEEE
Um estudo do desempenho dos protocolos iSCSI e Fibre Channel – Master Degree (UNICAMP)
The Method R Guide to Mastering Oracle Trace Data, Second Edition Paperback – May 20, 2016 by Cary Millsap
Databases Blog – Worldwide - http://www.netofrombrazil.com
At University of Campinas (UNICAMP), I received the title of MSc (Master of Computer) and my theory and study was “A Performance evaluation about iSCSI and Fibre Channels protocols”, where the present work analyzes the performance of iSCSI and Fibre Channel protocols in the Storage Area Networks.
GPA: 3,8888/4.0 (All A's and only 1 B)
IEEE Latin America – Article “Um Estudo Comparativo do Desempenho dos Protocolos iSCSI e Fibre Channel” – Publication Date: June 2007 Volume: 5, Issue: 3 ISSN: 1548–0992
At Pos-Graduation, I developed a project to simulate and control the urban traffic based in AI (Artificial Intelligence) and information data receiving data from an intelligent network using different algorithms to simply and control the traffic. Also I used data modeling tools to simulate and define all data models. Merit of Honor with 9,06 average.