Santa Clara, CA – February 13, 2020 – Gigamon, the company providing network visibility and analytics on all information-in-motion, today announced their inaugural Gigamon Community Most Valuable Participant (MVP) winners. These ten members were nominated and selected by their technical user/subject matter expert (SME) peers within the larger Gigamon Community for their notable contributions and industry expertise. The MVPs exemplify the core Gigamon belief community-mindedness. They consistently share their knowledge through collaborations with other community members and have helped expand our circle of InfoSec and NetOps advocates.
The importance of community can never be overstated. Whether it be in a neighborhood or in a business, a strong sense of community can have a tremendous impact on the morale of its members. With this in mind, the Gigamon Community was launched in 2018, with the hopes of creating a place where passionate individuals could come together to discuss and share technical knowledge. The response was overwhelmingly positive, with over 7,000 industry experts from around the globe coming together to form the foundation of the Community.
The winners are passionate experts, ready to engage in conversations across NetOps, SecOps, CloudOps, Service Provider Ops and Network Detection and Response disciplines. They are consistently active within the Gigamon Community, whether it be jumping into a discussion in a forum or group post, sharing informal content or attending an event after long days of work. These individuals bring passion and dedication to the conversation.
Meet the 2019 Gigamon MVPs:
- Jeffrey Hunt (Customer)
- Vincent Luong (Customer)
- Mark Rusinski (Customer)
- Guynam Park (Partner)
- Bayu Hapsoro (Partner)
- Timothy Wong (Partner)
- Phil Field (Gigamon employee)
- Andy Hutchison (Gigamon employee)
- Haider Jarral (Gigamon employee)
- Patrick Riley (Gigamon employee)
To our customers, the community makes a difference in their day-to-day lives. “The Gigamon Community has been a trusted and reliable resource for solving the difficult stuff — those problems that are not solved via documentation or normal tech support channels, but require some level of ingenuity and creativity. There is one thing better than having a motivated, capable engineer — and that’s having a Community of them. My eagerness to contribute is propelled by the value I’ve received, and the desire to give back what I can to help grow and sustain this Community,” said Gigamon MVP and customer Jeffrey Hunt, from Foxtrot Division.
The inaugural community MVPs are a diverse group, made up of end-users, partners and Gigamon employees. They receive numerous benefits including early access to software, hardware and beta programs, meetings with Gigamon executives and product teams, exclusive offers to present at events and create technical content.
The Gigamon Community continues to expand in both its membership size and activity as technical content is posted nearly every day. Read more about the Community and MVPs here, and visit the Gigamon Community to become part of the conversation. You might just be a Community MVP candidate.