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March 28–29, 2016: Training
March 29–31, 2016: Conference
San Jose, CA
Pat McGarry

Pat McGarry
VP, Engineering, Ryft


Pat McGarry brings extensive technology and leadership experience in hardware and software engineering to his role as vice president of engineering at Ryft. Pat joined Ryft from Ixia Communications, where he was responsible for federal security systems engineering programs. During his tenure at Ixia and BreakingPoint Systems, Pat spent several years working in the cyber security industry within the DoD and the intelligence communities, conducting experimentation and analysis of cyber-related performance and security concerns on arbitrary network infrastructures.

Prior to BreakingPoint, Pat held leadership roles in product and engineering management. This included hardware and software design in the realm of embedded systems, network systems, and cyber security while working at Spirent and Hekimian Laboratories. He earned bachelor’s degrees in computer science and electrical engineering from Virginia Tech.


11:50am–12:30pm Thursday, 03/31/2016
Location: LL20 B
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Pat McGarry (Ryft)
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High-velocity, high-volume, and high-variety data streams challenge analytics organizations because the ability to get critical insights often decays rapidly. Pat McGarry explains how organizations that embrace heterogeneous computing techniques can overcome hurdles to real-time insights, thereby gaining significant competitive advantages. Read more.