Kim is a product manager at Google Cloud
Kim is a product manager at Google Cloud. In this role, she’s passionate about making developers’ lives easier as their code travels to production. Previously, she worked on the Google Serverless team and launched several Google Cloud Platform products. Prior to joining Google, Kim wrote code for the world’s most powerful laser at a nuclear research lab, and also worked at a number of startups including her own.
Chief Technology Officer, CloudBees
Kohsuke is the creator of Jenkins. He is a well-respected developer and popular speaker at industry and Jenkins community events.
Kohsuke is the creator of Jenkins. He is a well-respected developer and popular speaker at industry and Jenkins community events. He is often asked to speak about his experience and approach in creating Jenkins; a continuous delivery platform that has become a widely adopted and successful community-driven open source project. The principles behind the Jenkins community – extensibility, inclusiveness, low barriers to participation – have been the keys to its success. Kawaguchi’s sensibilities in creating Jenkins and his deep understanding of how to translate its capabilities into usable software have also had a major impact on CloudBees’ strategy as a company. Before joining CloudBees, Kawaguchi was with Sun Microsystems and Oracle, where he worked on a variety of projects and initiated the open source work that led to Jenkins.
Rob Zuber is a 20-year veteran of software startups; a four-time founder, three-time CTO
Rob Zuber is a 20-year veteran of software startups; a four-time founder, three-time CTO. Since joining CircleCI, Rob has seen the company through its Series B and Series C and delivered on product innovation at scale. Rob leads a team of 100+ engineers who are distributed around the globe.
Tracy Miranda is director of open source community at CloudBees
Tracy Miranda is director of open source community at CloudBees, where she works closely with the Jenkins & Jenkins X communities. A developer and open source veteran, Tracy is on the governing board for the CD. Foundation, after helping launch the foundation as the new home for open source CI/CD projects. Tracy has a background in electronics system design and holds patents for her work on processor architectures. Tracy is a regular conference speaker and writes for JAXenter.com and Opensource.com on tech, open source, and diversity.
Tracy began her odyssey in the area of DevOps long before the term was coined
Tracy began her odyssey in the area of DevOps long before the term was coined. In the late 1980’s she consulted Wall Street firms on ways to improve the software build & deploy process through automation. Having begun her programming career as a mainframe developer, she quickly recognized how the new ‘distributed’ datacenter lacked the build and deploy processes that were standard on mainframe systems. In 1995, she co-founded OpenMake Software, a private software company that specializes in the automation of cross-platform, and accelerated software builds (compile/link standards). Her innovation in this area was recognized by IBM, leading her to a board position on the newly formed Eclipse Foundation where she served for 5 years. Tracy has also worked with CA technologies in designing ‘Application Lifecycle’ solutions and presenting at many break-out sessions at CA World since 1997. In 2014, Tracy and her team recognized the shift in pipeline management that the new container-based architecture would require. This led to the formation of DeployHub, a new product and company focused on bringing microservice configuration mapping, sharing, and deployment to high performing development teams. Orteliuswas launched as an open source solution for microservice mapping in early 2019 based on a core of the DeployHub code base.
Tracy speaks at DevOps conference 2 to 3 times per year and is a blog contributor at DevOps.com and ITChronicles.com. She was recently recognized as a Women In Technology (WIT) Honoree for her work in the DevOps area. You may also find her as an expert panelist on Webinars along with some of her friends at GitHub and CloudBees, or quoted in SD Times articles around DevOps subjects.