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Nomination for co-chair for the GitOps Working Group

Lee, Edward <Edward_Lee@...>
 

I would like to nominate Dan Garfield for the co-chair position for the GitOps Working Group.

Dan Garfield is the Chief Open Source Officer at Codefresh. His role is unique because it is focused on enabling open source, community, and related ecosystems. Codefresh is already heavily involved with the GitOps working group as well as the Argo Project.


Dan's background as an engineer, marketer, and technology leader as well as his energy and dedication make him an ideal choice to represent the community at this formative time for the GitOps working group.

Ed Lee
Argo Project maintainer



Nomination for GitOps WG co-chair

Cornelia Davis
 

Hello all.

I would like to nominate our industry and my Weaveworks colleague, Scott Rigby, to be a co-chair of the GitOps Working Group. I've asked Scott to share a bit more of his background with all of you - see below.

From me personally, I must share how delighted I am that Scott is willing to step up and serve in this capacity. I've had the opportunity to work quite closely with Scott and have seen his dedication to the technology user, whether it is in the helm community, helping users migrate from flux v1 to v2, or even in what this propeller-head sees as less technical (but probably is more tech than I give it credit for ;-). I place emphasis on the term "user" because I believe it exemplifies the spirit of community that permeates OSS. You can see in Scott's self-intro that this is nothing new for him - he is OSS to the core.

Thank you all for your consideration.
Cornelia

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From Scott:

I'm a Brooklyn based interdisciplinary artist and open source software engineer, co-developing experimental cultural projects and emerging technologies. I co-founded the Basekamp art and research group in 1998 and the massively collaborative Plausible Artworlds international network. In technology I enjoy helping develop open source software that anyone can use, these days focusing most of that attention on projects in the cloud native landscape, including Flux and Helm – as a community maintainer and project org maintainer respectively. In daily decisions large or small, I try to help make the world a better place for everyone. 

My path to GitOps is a fun but familiar one. In the mid 2000s I found my collaborative conflict resolution experience and systems thinking from cultural projects also applied to open source software, leading me directly into DevOps as a way to bridge otherwise siloed development and operations teams. My focus began shifting from primarily applications to software that powers systems, such as Kubernetes. As a human operator in subsequent years, and as the rough edges in CI and other scripted automation for delivery became harder to ignore, I wondered why the application lifecycle process couldn't be as declarative as the underlying infra now was. GitOps became a natural next area of focus, prompting my move to the Weaveworks DX team, and contributing whatever thinking, communication or legwork needed for projects like the GitOps Working Group. With the interest and enthusiasm from such a broad range of parties, I'm excited to see where GitOps, as a wider interconnected movement, is able to go.

--
Cornelia Davis
CTO, Weaveworks
@cdavisafc
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GitOps Working Group co-chair nomination

Chris Short
 

Hi all,

I would like to nominate Christian Hernandez as a GitOps WG co-chair. Christian has demonstrated a wide knowledge of GitOps and helps others embrace GitOps practices and tooling.

I asked Christian for his bio for everyone:

"Christian Hernandez has been in IT for over 16 years with experience in system administration, tech support, development, enterprise architecture, and management. He was the second OpenShift Field Engineer in North America hired, and has been involved with Kubernetes since its inception, and experienced the rewrite of OpenShift that took place. He's been focused on GitOps for the past two years and is passionate about bringing it to the forefront. In his free time, he loves to play guitar and is a bit of a wine snob."

Thank you,

Chris Short
He/Him/His
TZ=America/Detroit


GitOps Working Group Co-chair self nomination

Leonardo Murillo <leonardo@...>
 

Hello Community,

I'd like to hereby self-nominate for Co-chair for the GitOps Working Group.

My name is Leonardo Murillo, I'm Founder of Cloud Native Architects and CTO at Qwinix Technologies. Have over 20 years of experience in the IT industry, 10 of which have been mostly focused on cloud. I'm a DevOps Institute Ambassador and CNCF Speaker. I have ample experience managing teams and delivering technology products, all experience that I believe very well translates to the responsibilities of the co-chair role, additionally my current professional roles gives me a lot of freedom in terms of time management and autonomy in terms of participation.

Thanks in advance for the consideration and please don't hesitate to request any further information.
Leo


Calling for nominations for GitOps Working Group (WG) Co-chairs

Cornelia Davis
 

Hello community.

As I believe you are aware, the GitOps Working Group was formed late last year with the goal "to provide companies and individuals with the skills, knowledge and competency to implement GitOps tooling and methodologies which simplify the operation and management of infrastructure and cloud native applications" and care for the GitOps Working group sandbox project. While we've already gone to work on a number of initiatives, the time has come for us to elect co-chairs for the working group.

While co-chairs are responsible for ensuring that meetings and other activities are conducted and progress continues to be made against the WG agenda, this role is not purely administrative. Co-chairs will have GitOps domain knowledge and will engage deeply in the work being done. That said, chairs are not expected to do all of the work of the WG - this is encouraged of all members and expected from those who have volunteered onto various workstreams. The time commitment for a co-chair will vary from week to week, but will likely average out to be roughly a half day's work per week.

With this email I open the call for nominations for the co-chair positions for the GitOps Working Group. Details:
  • We are aiming to elect 2-3 co chairs.
  • Nominations are now open and will close on Friday, 19 March at 11:59PM Pacfic Daylight Time.
  • Nominations should be made by sending an email to this mailing list and should include a brief bio and personal statement describing the candidates qualifications to serve in this capacity.
  • Self-nominations are welcome.
  • Voting will begin at the close of the nomination period and will continue until Friday, 26 March at 11:59PM Pacfic Daylight Time. Details of how the vote will be conducted will be sent to this mailing list before Friday, 19 March.
  • Elected co-chairs will be announced no later than Monday, 29 March.
I will cross post this note to the #wg-gitops slack channel as well.

Thank you all.

Cornelia
--
Cornelia Davis
CTO, Weaveworks
@cdavisafc
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Re: Operator Working Group chair(s)

Reitbauer, Alois
 

Ok, we should move forward with the chairs for the Operator WG.  It seems that we have three people nominated which will already provide excellent contributions. I am all for make the change in chairs and have the team of

 

  • Jennifer Strejevich
  • Omer Kahani
  • Thomas Schütz

 

Act as co-chairs for the group.

 

If anybody disagrees please state your concerns. Please also show your support for the three of them.

 

 

// Alois

 

 

From: Schuetz, Thomas <thomas.schuetz@...>
Date: Tuesday, 22. December 2020 at 11:32
To: Reitbauer, Alois <alois.reitbauer@...>
Cc: cncf-sig-app-delivery@... <cncf-sig-app-delivery@...>
Subject: Re: [cncf-sig-app-delivery] Operator Working Group chair(s)

Hello!

 

Thank you for the recommendations, really appreciate it. As she made a lot of contributions in the last few weeks and drives the progress in the working group, I recommend Jennifer Strejevich to become the third chair of the working group.

 

Thank you,

Thomas Schuetz



On 22.12.2020, at 11:14, Reitbauer, Alois via lists.cncf.io <alois.reitbauer=dynatrace.com@...> wrote:

 

Having seen both of them drive this forward I think this is good idea and values their commitment. I would still ask whether there are other who are interested in chairing the working group. Just want to give everybody a chance to speak up. 

 

// Alois

 

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Subject: [cncf-sig-app-delivery] Operator Working Group chair(s)

 

Hi everyone,

When the App Delivery Operator working group was formed, Gerred Dillon and I volunteered as co-chairs to lead the discussion and drive toward a draft of an operator definition. The meeting cadence and activity slowed down considerable over the summer. Recently, Thomas Schuetz and Omer Kahani have stepped up and taken over the management of this WG and have been leading the efforts to get a draft of the operator definition together.

I'm recommending that Thomas and Omer become the new chairs of the Operator working group, replacing Gerred Dillon and myself. The recent progress in advancing the definition has been led by Omer and Thomas and they've graciously offered to assume the role and continue leading this working group.

Thank you,
Marc Campbell
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Invitation: SIG App-Delivery Operator Working Group @ Monthly from 9am to 9:50am on the second Wednesday (PST) (cncf-sig-app-delivery@lists.cncf.io)

Amye Scavarda Perrin
 

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Re: Operator Working Group chair(s)

Thomas Schuetz
 

Hello!

Thank you for the recommendations, really appreciate it. As she made a lot of contributions in the last few weeks and drives the progress in the working group, I recommend Jennifer Strejevich to become the third chair of the working group.

Thank you,
Thomas Schuetz

On 22.12.2020, at 11:14, Reitbauer, Alois via lists.cncf.io <alois.reitbauer=dynatrace.com@...> wrote:

Having seen both of them drive this forward I think this is good idea and values their commitment. I would still ask whether there are other who are interested in chairing the working group. Just want to give everybody a chance to speak up. 
 
// Alois
 
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Subject: [cncf-sig-app-delivery] Operator Working Group chair(s)
 

Hi everyone,

When the App Delivery Operator working group was formed, Gerred Dillon and I volunteered as co-chairs to lead the discussion and drive toward a draft of an operator definition. The meeting cadence and activity slowed down considerable over the summer. Recently, Thomas Schuetz and Omer Kahani have stepped up and taken over the management of this WG and have been leading the efforts to get a draft of the operator definition together.

I'm recommending that Thomas and Omer become the new chairs of the Operator working group, replacing Gerred Dillon and myself. The recent progress in advancing the definition has been led by Omer and Thomas and they've graciously offered to assume the role and continue leading this working group.

Thank you,
Marc Campbell
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Re: Operator Working Group chair(s)

Reitbauer, Alois
 

Having seen both of them drive this forward I think this is good idea and values their commitment. I would still ask whether there are other who are interested in chairing the working group. Just want to give everybody a chance to speak up.

 

// Alois

 

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Subject: [cncf-sig-app-delivery] Operator Working Group chair(s)

 

Hi everyone,

When the App Delivery Operator working group was formed, Gerred Dillon and I volunteered as co-chairs to lead the discussion and drive toward a draft of an operator definition. The meeting cadence and activity slowed down considerable over the summer. Recently, Thomas Schuetz and Omer Kahani have stepped up and taken over the management of this WG and have been leading the efforts to get a draft of the operator definition together.

I'm recommending that Thomas and Omer become the new chairs of the Operator working group, replacing Gerred Dillon and myself. The recent progress in advancing the definition has been led by Omer and Thomas and they've graciously offered to assume the role and continue leading this working group.

Thank you,
Marc Campbell
marc@...

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Invitation: SIG App-Delivery Operator Working Group - Security @ Thu Dec 17, 2020 9am - 9:50am (PST) (cncf-sig-app-delivery@lists.cncf.io)

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Re: Operator WG - Request for review

Omer Kahani
 

Hi everyone,

 

Just a reminder, this is the last day for the review,

This is the document https://docs.google.com/document/d/1daXHyR2yG5ArjO1PO83v4a0fmLCLo2kYNT3TwGZksng/edit?usp=sharing 

The sections in this review cycle have: "Ready for Review - Current" in the headline. 

 

Also, we have a Working Group meeting today at 17:00 GMT at: https://zoom.us/my/cncfsigappdelivery?pwd=R0RJMkRzQ1ZjcmE0WERGcTJTOEVyUT09 

 

Thanks,

Omer


Operator WG - Survey

Thomas Schuetz
 

Hello!

To get some additional insights about problems and the usage of operators "in the real world", we created a survey. If you've got 3 mins, please fill it out and/or share the link. The insights gathered might be very useful for our whitepaper.

The survey is available here: https://bit.ly/3gjHKOJ.

Thanks in advance for your help!
- Thomas


Operator Working Group chair(s)

Marc Campbell
 

Hi everyone,

When the App Delivery Operator working group was formed, Gerred Dillon and I volunteered as co-chairs to lead the discussion and drive toward a draft of an operator definition. The meeting cadence and activity slowed down considerable over the summer. Recently, Thomas Schuetz and Omer Kahani have stepped up and taken over the management of this WG and have been leading the efforts to get a draft of the operator definition together.

I'm recommending that Thomas and Omer become the new chairs of the Operator working group, replacing Gerred Dillon and myself. The recent progress in advancing the definition has been led by Omer and Thomas and they've graciously offered to assume the role and continue leading this working group.

Thank you,
Marc Campbell
marc@...


Operator WG - Request for review

Thomas Schuetz
 

Hello everyone!

Some sections of the Operator Document are about to be finished from a content-perspective. These sections are marked with "Ready for Review" and it would be very nice if you could add your comments/suggestions and additions to these sections until December 9th, 2020. Additionally, please review the structure of the document (from page 1 to 9 - until the break) and propose things we should add or change. 

In the next SIG meeting (December 2nd), we will present the current state of the document and how we would like to proceed. If you'd like to contribute to the document and participate on our (currently weekly) meetings, just reach out to me.

- Thomas


Re: Working Group on GitOps proposed - Please declare your interest

alexis richardson
 

folks - in addition to updating the WG charter doc, please update the github page if you want to contribute to or potentially maintain the docs - https://github.com/fluxcd/gitops-working-group

note that an application for CNCF Sandbox is in process, and (I hope) will not take too long




On Mon, Nov 23, 2020 at 11:42 AM Reitbauer, Alois via lists.cncf.io <alois.reitbauer=dynatrace.com@...> wrote:

Hello everyone,

 

as you might have already heard the CNCF and SIG App Delivery was approached by to create a working group around GitOps. As GitOps is becoming a more central part of cloud-native application delivery this looks like a good fit.

 

If you are interested in this, please declare so in the working Google. Also feel free to provide your input (everyone should have comment rights) - https://docs.google.com/document/d/11EZfvB2FFI837nMmArnyv-wizsIJvc-4_xdgfoUXF4o/edit?ts=5fb68361#heading=h.tynxy1m53ozs 

 

I expect the team to present more details during our next SIG call.  In the meantime, please share your thoughts on this thread and provide input to the working group document.

 

// Alois

 

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Working Group on GitOps proposed - Please declare your interest

Reitbauer, Alois
 

Hello everyone,

 

as you might have already heard the CNCF and SIG App Delivery was approached by to create a working group around GitOps. As GitOps is becoming a more central part of cloud-native application delivery this looks like a good fit.

 

If you are interested in this, please declare so in the working Google. Also feel free to provide your input (everyone should have comment rights) - https://docs.google.com/document/d/11EZfvB2FFI837nMmArnyv-wizsIJvc-4_xdgfoUXF4o/edit?ts=5fb68361#heading=h.tynxy1m53ozs 

 

I expect the team to present more details during our next SIG call.  In the meantime, please share your thoughts on this thread and provide input to the working group document.

 

// Alois

 

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Re: [cncf-toc] Cloud native "reference/demo" application

Reitbauer, Alois
 

Hello everyone,

 

We have some initial progress around a demo application. Things are very rough around the edges right now but you can find a first version here: https://github.com/cncf/podtato-head

 

Right now this is a single, simple service. Obviously this will be extended in the future.

 

However, already today there is a good number of delivery tool examples that are showcased. \

 

If you are interested in contribution please let me so I can coordinate next steps.

 

// Alois

 

From: <cncf-toc@...> on behalf of "Reitbauer, Alois via lists.cncf.io" <alois.reitbauer=dynatrace.com@...>
Reply to: Alois Reitbauer <alois.reitbauer@...>
Date: Friday, 9. October 2020 at 12:57
To: "cncf-toc@..." <cncf-toc@...>
Cc: "cncf-sig-app-delivery@..." <cncf-sig-app-delivery@...>
Subject: [cncf-toc] Cloud native "reference/demo" application

 

I am using this list as it most likely reaches the widest audience in the CNCF.

 

In recent discussions in the app delivery SIG we came to the conclusion that a reference application would make sense that a) has most of the characteristics of real world applications b) can be used to demonstrate good practices and also how certain CNCF tools can be used to solve common problems.

 

Having a reference application – or multiple -  when we are talking about app delivery makes a lot of sense.

 

Looking at the most widely used applications you undoubtedly end up with Hipstershop, Sockshop or one of their variants. While these apps are nice to demo what a cloud-native application can look like, they also miss key characteristics like stateful workloads, third party integrations, secrets, multi-stage configurations, databases, …. .

 

I also assume that many CNCF project have their own demo applications to demonstrate their capabilities.

 

Alexis made the proposal to fork one of more of the demo applications over in a CNCF demo-apps org. This, however, only makes sense if there is active development on this demo.  It might be even better to have the demo app together with the development community behind actively participate in the CNCF – by e.g. donating the app as a sandbox project.

 

So, to get more concrete, a couple of questions to get feedback on:

 

  • Do you think it makes sense to have a cloud-native demo app?
  • If you run a project to you have an app for demos and would you want to contribute to a joined demo app?
  • If you think it makes sense, what would be your preferred idea to move this forward (donate, fork, create new ….)

 

Obviously, as this idea matures this need direction and discussion in the TOC. I am using this email to kick off the discussion and collect some first data points.

 

// Alois

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Operator WG Update

Thomas Schuetz
 

Hello, 

as discussed in the meeting, we did some work on the Operator Document and are trying to make some progress. At the moment we focus on the essential things of the document (so what an operator is, but not what it not is), so we're keeping things as similar technologies out of the discussion at the moment. 

Call to action:
  • Please review the current document (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1daXHyR2yG5ArjO1PO83v4a0fmLCLo2kYNT3TwGZksng/edit#heading=h.nnnd3pbrryjy)) and make comments and proposals (especially to the Operator Definition and the Use-Case Section, which is very rudimentary at the moment). If something is really missing in your opinion, feel free to add it.
  • I think it would be nice to meet weekly to walk through the document step by step and build proposals for the sections. Next, we we would like to discuss capabilities of an operator (install, upgrade, backup, restore, reconfigure, ...), and what typically should be integrated on each one. If you are interested in contributing, please let me know (i will send you an invitation).
  • Afterwards, I think it would be really nice to build examples for these capabilities for the podtato-head app (https://github.com/cncf/podtato-head) to show how the implementation of such capabilities could look like. But let's discuss this, and how such sample-implementations could look like

- Thomas


Re: Highlights from today's meeting

Reitbauer, Alois
 

For reference this was the continuous deliver radar done a while back by the CNCF: https://radar.cncf.io/2020-06-continuous-delivery

 

From: <cncf-sig-app-delivery@...> on behalf of "Lei Zhang via lists.cncf.io" <resouer=gmail.com@...>
Reply to: "resouer@..." <resouer@...>
Date: Wednesday, 21. October 2020 at 21:12
To: "cncf-sig-app-delivery@..." <cncf-sig-app-delivery@...>
Subject: Re: [cncf-sig-app-delivery] Highlights from today's meeting

 

Thanks  Alois! The "podtato" is super awesome!

 

Btw, based on today's discussion, the SIG app delivery is also thinking for CNCF Radar for application delivery and management. This should be a informative approach to let the community know better the current status of the projects in app delivery area.

 

Though I personally don't want to restrict CNCF Radar to end user community only, since I can see the vendors can also bring many insightful feedback on the adoption of certain projects from different angles. 

 

Feel free to let us know your thought on this iterm and we are egar to make it happen!

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Re: Highlights from today's meeting

Lei Zhang
 

Thanks  Alois! The "podtato" is super awesome!
 
Btw, based on today's discussion, the SIG app delivery is also thinking for CNCF Radar for application delivery and management. This should be a informative approach to let the community know better the current status of the projects in app delivery area.
 
Though I personally don't want to restrict CNCF Radar to end user community only, since I can see the vendors can also bring many insightful feedback on the adoption of certain projects from different angles. 
 
Feel free to let us know your thought on this iterm and we are egar to make it happen!

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