Adrian Cockcroft details the many ways AWS participates in open source: contributing to open source projects, reporting bugs, contributing fixes and enhancements to a wide spectrum of projects ranging from the Linux kernel to PostgreSQL and Kubernetes, and managing the hundreds of projects of its own, including the security library s2n and machine learning projects like Apache MXNet, Gluon, and ONNX. Join in to learn how AWS collaborates with the open source community and hear best practices aimed at global developers new to open source.
This session is sponsored by AWS.
Adrian Cockcroft is vice president of cloud architecture strategy at Amazon Web Services, where he focuses on the needs of cloud native and all-in customers and leads the AWS open source community development program. Adrian has had a long career working at the leading edge of technology and is fascinated by what happens next. Previously he was a developer in the UK; worked at Sun Microsystems; was a founding member of eBay Research Labs; directed a team working on personalizing algorithms, served as a cloud architect, helped teams scale and migrate to AWS, and led the open source program at Netflix; and promoted new ideas around DevOps, microservices, the cloud, and containers at Battery Ventures. He’s also written four books, including Sun Performance and Tuning from Prentice Hall. Adrian holds a degree in applied physics from City, University of London.
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