11 years at Gartner, 39 years industry experience
Location: WA USA | Language(s): English
Roles and Responsibilities
Matthew Brisse is a Research Vice President with Gartner Technical Professionals (GTP). Mr. Brisse's coverage is focused on enterprise infrastructure strategies, modernization, selection, and transformation, for data centers, quantum computing and AIOps. Mr. Brisse brings a wealth of practical, technical and hands on experience to organizations challenged with data center and colocation modernization, transformation, and migration initiatives. His research also covers the quantum computing vendor landscape, potential use cases selection and develops pathways to successful exploration of NISQ based use cases. His AIOps research addresses AIOps architectures for analyzing operational telemetry by leveraging analytics tools, AIOps features and AIOps platforms.
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Brisse served as Director of Research in the CTO office for Quantum and was a Senior Technology Strategist in the CTO office for Dell for nine years, focusing on storage innovations. He started his career as an operating system software engineer working on C2-level security implementations at Wang Labs and was a co-author of the IEEE Std. 1003.2c POSIX Protection and Control Interface specification. Mr. Brisse has held multiple leadership positions in the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) including board of directors, where he served as Vice Chair for several years.
- Dell, Senior Storage Technology Strategist - Office of the CTO, 9 years
- Intergraph Computer Systems, Technical Storage Product Marketing, 8 years
- Quantum, Director - Office of the CTO, 4 years
- B.S., Sociology, Concentration in Statistics and Analytical Research, University of Wisconsin
- Dell Excellence in Leadership Award
- Dell Vice President's Award for Excellence
- ESAC Security C2 Excellence in Execution Award
- Northern California Technical Communications Competition Award
- Patents: SAN Configuration Utility, SDDF Common Tape File System Format, ECC Memory Detection Algorithm, Others (Pending)
- Storage Bridge Bay Association Outstanding Contribution to the SBB Specification Award