At Capital One, open source software is an essential part of our customers’ and developers’ daily lives. OSS has been instrumental in allowing our customers to bank any place, any time and is revolutionizing how our developers are building and deploying software through a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline.
Kranthi Dandamudi outlines Capital One’s conversion from a home-grown web/mobile/API framework to a fully OSS-based solution and describes how it kick-started an InnerSource and open source contribution revolution. This case study touches on the rationale behind the change and the agility at which large organizations can shift from closed to open source technologies.
This session is sponsored by Capital One.
Kranthi Dandamudi is a senior director of software engineering at Capital One, where he is responsible for building application frameworks and DevOps-related capabilities in the digital engineering space. Kranthi has over 20 years of experience in technology architecture, strategy, application development, and operations/support in the retail and financial industry domains. He lives in Glen Allen, VA, with his wife and two daughters. In his spare time loves to explore new technologies, spending time with his family, and watching and playing sports.
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