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My name is Michael Hausenblas
and I work at Red Hat, where I help appops to be successful with container technologies including OpenShift, Kubernetes, Docker,
as well as elastic data processing around Apache Spark, Apache Kafka, and time series databases.
Please use email@example.com for any general enquiries.
If you want to know where I'll be in the first half year of 2017, check out:
Michael on the road
My currently available O'Reilly books:
Some of my active projects:
- Serving on the O'Reilly Velocity SJ Programme Commitee, chairing the Orchestration, Scheduling and Containers track.
- Providing developers with good practices around ops for cloud native/containerized environments via some.ops4devs.info.
- Toying around with distributed named pipes.
- Writing a weekly newsletter via new.appops.info on all things appops, covering topics from Go to CI/CD pipelines to containers.
- Developing cinf, a Linux command line tool to view namespaces and cgroups.
- Writing/contributing to O'Reilly, for example the Serverless Ops book or The challenges of container orchestration.
- Running the Kubernetes Ireland meetup as founder.
Speaking at (selection, not complete):
Day of Containers,
Devoxx, Hadoop Summit, OSCON, Thingmonk, various Mesos | Docker | Hadoop user groups all over the place—most of my presentations are available via speakerdeck.com.
FWIW, a rather complete list of all advocacy sites I've ever done is also available.
Some of my past activities:
- Maintaining DC/OS.
- Contributing to the Myriad project,
a Mesos framework for dynamically scaling YARN clusters, allowing to run Hadoop apps such as Spark alongside non-Hadoop applications such as Node.js, Memecached, RoR, etc.
- Contributing to p24e.io, the Programmable Infrastructure advocacy site.
- Hosting the DC/OS Office Hours.
- Co-chairing the #MesosCon Europe 2015 which took place in Dublin, Ireland in October 2015.
- Mentoring data processing in the Internet of Things (IoT) through the iot-a; for example, I'm a mentor at the Startupbootcamp Internet of Things & Data.
In my role as Chief Data Engineer at MapR Technologies I wrote about polyglot processing and data analytics economics.
- Contributing to the Apache Drill,
where I helped building an interactive, distributed query engine and maintained drill-user.org.
- Research and development in the Internet of Things (IoT) area such as the HTTP and CoAP book chapter or the Mobile Augmented Reality position paper and demo.
- General Chair of the European Data Forum 2013 (EDF).
- Co-creator and maintainer of the 5 ★ Open Data site, explaining costs & benefits of Open Data incl. examples for each stage.
- Initiator and co-maintainer of enable-cors.org to advocate good practices around CORS.
- Inventor of and contributor to the 'Vocabulary of Interlinked Datasets' (VoID) that allows to describe RDF-based datasets.
- I was co-chairing the W3C RDB2RDF Working Group that standardised mappings of relational data into RDF.
Even more ...
Consider checking out my weekly newsletter appops reloaded
on all things containers, devops, cloud native apps, CI/CD, microservices with Docker, Kubernetes, and OpenShift.
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