The Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) is the team responsible for the technical vision, project oversight, and technical community decisions for the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF). The vision of the CDF is to be the most trusted community that supports organizations in becoming high performing software delivery organizations while leveraging open source and open practices, and continuously improving their pursuit of software delivery excellence. More about the TOC.
Technical Oversight Committee (TOC)
Alan is a Senior Software Engineer and has been working on Screwdriver for over six years.
Alan has a track record of over six years of dedicated work with Screwdriver, demonstrating his unwavering commitment to excellence. His passion for the open source community has been a driving force since his college years, showcasing his enduring enthusiasm for collaborative innovation. Furthermore, Alan’s exceptional expertise has earned him the privilege of delivering enlightening talks at prestigious events such as cdCon in both 2020 and 2021. Moreover, Alan’s invaluable contributions to the Screwdriver UI repository firmly establish him as a key contributor in advancing the user interface to new heights of functionality and usability.
Andrea Frittoli (TOC Chair)
Andrea is the co-founder of the CDEvents project and a member of the Tekton project governance team.
Andrea Frittoli is a Developer Advocate at IBM and an open source enthusiast. He is the co-founder of the CDEvents project and a member of the Tekton project governance team. Before Tekton, he contributed to OpenStack for several years, focusing on testing and CI/CD, serving as the QA project technical lead for one year. He’s a strong advocate for transparency in open source. Apart from DevOps, he enjoys playing with machine learning, sometimes combining the two worlds. Andrea has previously been a speaker at several open source conferences, including cdCon, FOSSASIA, FOSDEM, FOSS Backstage, KubeCon, Open Source Summits and more.
Dadisi is an Interoperability advocate within Apple and has worked in CI/CD for the past 9 years and leads Apple Cloud Services Spinnaker development team.
Dadisi is a CI/CD leader within Apple, he leads the Apple Services Engineering Spinnaker Development Team. He has focused the past 9 years on improving the developer experience. He has a passion for building purpose-driven communities. His open source community work includes CDF Interoperability SIG, Spinnaker & CDF TOC. He has also served on CDF Program Committees and CDF Outreach Committee.
Mark is a manager at CloudBees and has been an active Jenkins Contributor for many years.
Mark is a member of the Jenkins governing board, a Jenkins core maintainer, a member of the Jenkins infrastructure team, a member of the Jenkins release team, and a maintainer of Jenkins plugins, including the git plugin and many others. He’s served in the past as Jenkins documentation officer and is one of the co-authors of the “Improve a plugin” tutorial with its accompanying video series.
Mark has been an active Jenkins contributor for many years. His first contributions were in community discussions and mailing lists. Those early contributions grew into code contributions, then project leadership roles.
Melissa is passionate about Java, DevOps, and Continuous Delivery and has 20 plus years of development and DevOps experience.
Melissa is passionate about Java, DevOps, and Continuous Delivery. She loves sharing her knowledge with the community as a developer, speaker, author, and hardworking mom. Melissa has been recognized as a Java Champion and Docker Captain, is an international speaker at events including Kubecon and DockerCon, and is co-author of the upcoming O’Reilly title, DevOps Tools for Java Developers.
Given her 20 plus years of development and DevOps experience, Melissa is an ideal candidate to participate in the CDF TOC. She will be able to shed light on the latest industry trends, build strong connections for the growth of present and future CDF projects, and provide feedback from the developer and DevOps end users who work daily with CDF projects including Jenkins, Tekton, Spinnaker, Ortelius, and Screwdriver.
Neil is leading the open source program within our Cloud and Platform Engineering group.
Neil is leading the open source program within our Cloud and Platform Engineering group. He works with the OSPO to define and streamline the contribution process and he is also leading training and contribution events to create that open source contribution community within our group.
Robert believes Continuous Delivery helps us build better software and also helps our users be better humans. CD allows us to better manage our responsibilities to our end users and create joyful experiences.
Robert is CTO and Co-founder of Liquibase and leads Liquibase’s technology strategy. He is as passionate about supporting everyone he can with Liquibase as he is about punk rock and comic books. Prior to co-founding Liquibase, he was a Director at the Austin Technology Incubator and co-founded Phurnace Software, inventing their flagship product for middleware and infrastructure management. A US Army veteran, Robert holds an Economics degree from the University of Texas at Austin and an MS degree in Science and Technology Commercialization from the McCombs School of Business.
Steve is seen as a visionary and industry leader in the area of software development, DevOps process improvement and software build and release automation.
Steve is seen as a visionary and industry leader in the area of software development, DevOps process improvement and software build and release automation. Lets just say he was designing continuous delivery pipelines for Fortune 1000 companies before the term ‘continuous integration’ was ever used. He is the master mind behind OpenMake Meister, a build automation solution that has served its customers for over 20 years. Steve is also the architect of DeployHub, the first microservice sharing platform that also versions and maps microservices and their configurations. Steve is the primary contributor to Ortelius, the open source solution for microservice configuration management. Steve is expert in all things Kubernetes and Service Mesh. He is driving the Oretlius feature map to support the new challenges that microservices create, particular to the In his free time, Steve is the Chief to the Turquoise Trail Volunteer Fire Department where he serves as a super hero.
Tracy is CEO at DeployHub, a CDF Board Member and Microservice Evangelist
Tracy is a dynamic and entertaining speaker. She is expert in software development practices and can present on a wide variety of topics in this area. In recent years, she has focused her attention on cloud native development, containers and Kubernetes. She understands the service based architecture disruption in software practices and how companies need to pivot to support a microservice based continuous delivery practice – what she likes to call K8s Pipelines. Tracy has been a visionary in this area her entire career. 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. 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. Ortelius was launched as an open source solution for microservice mapping in early 2019 based on a core of the DeployHub code base.
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