Application Delivery SIG looking for co-chairs and tech leads


Reitbauer, Alois
 

Hello everyone.

 

A lot has happened in the application delivery SIG since it started. As times changes people’s obligations change as well. Bryan is busy in his new and exciting role and Harry was voted into the TOC. This leaves two open seats for co chairs in the app delivery SIG.

 

Just as a refresher you can find the charter of the working group here [1]

 

If you are interested what chairs are doing, I recommend the to read this [2]. Basically, chairs are ensuring the smooth operation of the SIG. This includes:

 

  • Ensuring proper meetings with agenda, engaging with projects, …
  • Steering and directing discussion between members.
  • Identifying new needs – for example for working groups – and helping to establish them
  • Supporting the TOC on project due diligence for projects in the scope of the SIG.

 

For SIG App delivery we are looking for co-chairs that also bring a strong technical expertise and good understand of how open source and cross company collaboration works. This is not an organizational role only. We are also looking for co-chairs from end user organizations. We also believe that the SIG profits from a wide area of expertise and an inclusive mindset.

 

If you are interested or want to nominate somebody, please reply to this thread and introduce them/yourself. We will close the nomination on April 9th.

 

If you want to take a leading role but want to focus more on a technical level without organizational responsibilities you can also apply for a tech lead role.

 

If you have any questions feel free to also reach out to me directly either via email (might take a bit longer) or Slack (CET++ business hours)

 

Alois for the SIG App Delivery chairs.

 

 

[1] https://github.com/cncf/toc/blob/main/sigs/app-delivery.md

[2] https://github.com/cncf/sig-security/blob/master/governance/roles.md

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TracyRagan
 

Alois,

Please add me as a nominee for the App Delivery SIG. Cross pollinating between the CDF and CNCF on this topic will be important to both organizations as we move forward in this critical area. My background in App delivery, experience working with the open source community and my commitment to this space makes me an excellent candidate for this co-chair. My full background can be found at https://www.deployhub.com/tracy-ragan/

Cheers

On Wed, Mar 24, 2021 at 12:47 PM Reitbauer, Alois via lists.cncf.io <alois.reitbauer=dynatrace.com@...> wrote:

Hello everyone.

 

A lot has happened in the application delivery SIG since it started. As times changes people’s obligations change as well. Bryan is busy in his new and exciting role and Harry was voted into the TOC. This leaves two open seats for co chairs in the app delivery SIG.

 

Just as a refresher you can find the charter of the working group here [1]

 

If you are interested what chairs are doing, I recommend the to read this [2]. Basically, chairs are ensuring the smooth operation of the SIG. This includes:

 

  • Ensuring proper meetings with agenda, engaging with projects, …
  • Steering and directing discussion between members.
  • Identifying new needs – for example for working groups – and helping to establish them
  • Supporting the TOC on project due diligence for projects in the scope of the SIG.

 

For SIG App delivery we are looking for co-chairs that also bring a strong technical expertise and good understand of how open source and cross company collaboration works. This is not an organizational role only. We are also looking for co-chairs from end user organizations. We also believe that the SIG profits from a wide area of expertise and an inclusive mindset.

 

If you are interested or want to nominate somebody, please reply to this thread and introduce them/yourself. We will close the nomination on April 9th.

 

If you want to take a leading role but want to focus more on a technical level without organizational responsibilities you can also apply for a tech lead role.

 

If you have any questions feel free to also reach out to me directly either via email (might take a bit longer) or Slack (CET++ business hours)

 

Alois for the SIG App Delivery chairs.

 

 

[1] https://github.com/cncf/toc/blob/main/sigs/app-delivery.md

[2] https://github.com/cncf/sig-security/blob/master/governance/roles.md

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Alex Jones
 

I would like to self nominate to for a tech lead role within the SIG.

In the short time I have been involved, I have emphasised a bias towards action and believe I could help breathe new life into projects from a technical standpoint.

I currently work as a VP of SRE at JPMC and am moving into a principal engineer role at an extremely ambitious cloud computing company.
This affords me ample time to spend investing energy into this space.

Throughout my career, the domain of App Delivery has had a gravity that I have operated within. 
My roles have often been to enable thousands of engineers to deploy workloads with just-enough-infrastructure, architecting complex poly-tenancy multi-cloud solutions or designing specification for delivery that is governable. 

This has given rise to the personal belief that there is a clear need for a level of community work to explore the space of standardisation and opinion on best practice ( whether that is operator life cycle management, application & infrastructure specs or advanced deployment paradigms). 

What I lack in tenure within the SIG,  I will make up for in dedication and expertise.

Thank you for your consideration,

Alex Jones





On 24 Mar 2021, at 18:47, Reitbauer, Alois via lists.cncf.io <alois.reitbauer=dynatrace.com@...> wrote:

Hello everyone. 
 
A lot has happened in the application delivery SIG since it started. As times changes people’s obligations change as well. Bryan is busy in his new and exciting role and Harry was voted into the TOC. This leaves two open seats for co chairs in the app delivery SIG.
 
Just as a refresher you can find the charter of the working group here [1]
 
If you are interested what chairs are doing, I recommend the to read this [2]. Basically, chairs are ensuring the smooth operation of the SIG. This includes:
 
  • Ensuring proper meetings with agenda, engaging with projects, …
  • Steering and directing discussion between members.
  • Identifying new needs – for example for working groups – and helping to establish them
  • Supporting the TOC on project due diligence for projects in the scope of the SIG.
 
For SIG App delivery we are looking for co-chairs that also bring a strong technical expertise and good understand of how open source and cross company collaboration works. This is not an organizational role only. We are also looking for co-chairs from end user organizations. We also believe that the SIG profits from a wide area of expertise and an inclusive mindset.
 
If you are interested or want to nominate somebody, please reply to this thread and introduce them/yourself. We will close the nomination on April 9th.
 
If you want to take a leading role but want to focus more on a technical level without organizational responsibilities you can also apply for a tech lead role.
 
If you have any questions feel free to also reach out to me directly either via email (might take a bit longer) or Slack (CET++ business hours)
 
Alois for the SIG App Delivery chairs. 
 
 
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Matt Farina
 

Alex,

As a maintainer of a couple projects that fall under SIG App Delivery, I have some questions about your thoughts on tech leading...

believe I could help breathe new life into projects from a technical standpoint

Where do you see the line between breathing new life into projects and pushing to archive projects that need new life? Projects may be early stage or experiments that don't pan out. Isn't that ok?

Projects are also self governed. SIGs do not sit in a management spot above them. How do you see being able to breathe new life into projects from a technical sense?

This has given rise to the personal belief that there is a clear need for a level of community work to explore the space of standardisation and opinion on best practice ( whether that is operator life cycle management, application & infrastructure specs or advanced deployment paradigms). 

In my career I've seen entirely different paths take root and be useful. For example, Chef used a pull based model while Ansible often used a push based model. Both can and have been used effectively. How do you think about standardization compared to providing tools that enable a variety of models to accomplish things?

People disagree on best practices. Even those at different vendors or "industry leaders". How would that be incorporated to your work on best practices?

Thanks,
Matt

On Thu, Mar 25, 2021, at 11:44 AM, Alex Jones wrote:
I would like to self nominate to for a tech lead role within the SIG.

In the short time I have been involved, I have emphasised a bias towards action and believe I could help breathe new life into projects from a technical standpoint.

I currently work as a VP of SRE at JPMC and am moving into a principal engineer role at an extremely ambitious cloud computing company.
This affords me ample time to spend investing energy into this space.

Throughout my career, the domain of App Delivery has had a gravity that I have operated within. 
My roles have often been to enable thousands of engineers to deploy workloads with just-enough-infrastructure, architecting complex poly-tenancy multi-cloud solutions or designing specification for delivery that is governable. 

This has given rise to the personal belief that there is a clear need for a level of community work to explore the space of standardisation and opinion on best practice ( whether that is operator life cycle management, application & infrastructure specs or advanced deployment paradigms). 

What I lack in tenure within the SIG,  I will make up for in dedication and expertise.

Thank you for your consideration,

Alex Jones





On 24 Mar 2021, at 18:47, Reitbauer, Alois via lists.cncf.io <alois.reitbauer=dynatrace.com@...> wrote:

Hello everyone. 
 
A lot has happened in the application delivery SIG since it started. As times changes people’s obligations change as well. Bryan is busy in his new and exciting role and Harry was voted into the TOC. This leaves two open seats for co chairs in the app delivery SIG.
 
Just as a refresher you can find the charter of the working group here [1]
 
If you are interested what chairs are doing, I recommend the to read this [2]. Basically, chairs are ensuring the smooth operation of the SIG. This includes:
 
  • Ensuring proper meetings with agenda, engaging with projects, …
  • Steering and directing discussion between members.
  • Identifying new needs – for example for working groups – and helping to establish them
  • Supporting the TOC on project due diligence for projects in the scope of the SIG.
 
For SIG App delivery we are looking for co-chairs that also bring a strong technical expertise and good understand of how open source and cross company collaboration works. This is not an organizational role only. We are also looking for co-chairs from end user organizations. We also believe that the SIG profits from a wide area of expertise and an inclusive mindset.
 
If you are interested or want to nominate somebody, please reply to this thread and introduce them/yourself. We will close the nomination on April 9th.
 
If you want to take a leading role but want to focus more on a technical level without organizational responsibilities you can also apply for a tech lead role.
 
If you have any questions feel free to also reach out to me directly either via email (might take a bit longer) or Slack (CET++ business hours)
 
Alois for the SIG App Delivery chairs. 
 
 
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Alex Jones
 

Hi Matt!

Firstly, thank you for reaching out - these are great questions and certainly ones I should be able to answer right.


Where do you see the line between breathing new life into projects and pushing to archive projects that need new life? Projects may be early stage or experiments that don't pan out. Isn't that ok?

I’ll paraphrase here but, essentially I am of the opinion the SIG serves the community and as such it is instantiated from end-users with real challenges and needs for innovation. With that said, it stands to reason that the activity within a project should be function of how relevant the domain area is to the lives of those within our cloud native tribe - but also acknowledging areas that can help to provide innovation, which is partially a responsibility of the technical counsel within the SIG.


Projects are also self governed. SIGs do not sit in a management spot above them. How do you see being able to breathe new life into projects from a technical sense?

I believe there are two potentialities of technical capabilities within the SIG, firstly to provide lateral enablement of projects - connecting community members to proliferate knowledge and technical capabilities, but also to be a forcing function to ask ourselves honestly is the project held back by technology or is it solving for a problem that doesn’t exist?


In my career I've seen entirely different paths take root and be useful. For example, Chef used a pull based model while Ansible often used a push based model. Both can and have been used effectively. How do you think about standardization compared to providing tools that enable a variety of models to accomplish things?


I am having a similar conversation in SIG Observability and I think as we all probably know, it is not about providing a prescriptive set of techniques - rather guidance on a critical path to success and interoperability with the cloud native ecosystem. 

Push/Pull is a great example of paradigms that are both viable in edge computing or super high scale infra ( I am thinking of how we used to run 10,000 rp/s telemetry systems at AMEX). Ultimately though these implementations would come under a standard of how the data is collected and the outcomes this facilitates.

I would think in a similar vein to your example, with IaC you are more invested in helping end-users to understand and benefit from patterns than implementations.


People disagree on best practices. Even those at different vendors or "industry leaders". How would that be incorporated to your work on best practices?

Discourse is healthy and the root of genuine collective progress. 

I would see myself form part of a rational counsel that acknowledges difference in opinion and weighs that against a criteria that is aligned with end-user benefits. It is completely normal for vendors to want to participate in SIG’s but we need experience and oversight; there should be a robust decision making process ( as per the CNCF due diligence ) to ensure fair and inclusive participation.



Happy to jump on zoom/slack if you want to talk further.

Alex


On 25 Mar 2021, at 16:26, Matt Farina <matt@...> wrote:

Alex,

As a maintainer of a couple projects that fall under SIG App Delivery, I have some questions about your thoughts on tech leading...

believe I could help breathe new life into projects from a technical standpoint

Where do you see the line between breathing new life into projects and pushing to archive projects that need new life? Projects may be early stage or experiments that don't pan out. Isn't that ok?

Projects are also self governed. SIGs do not sit in a management spot above them. How do you see being able to breathe new life into projects from a technical sense?

This has given rise to the personal belief that there is a clear need for a level of community work to explore the space of standardisation and opinion on best practice ( whether that is operator life cycle management, application & infrastructure specs or advanced deployment paradigms). 

In my career I've seen entirely different paths take root and be useful. For example, Chef used a pull based model while Ansible often used a push based model. Both can and have been used effectively. How do you think about standardization compared to providing tools that enable a variety of models to accomplish things?

People disagree on best practices. Even those at different vendors or "industry leaders". How would that be incorporated to your work on best practices?

Thanks,
Matt

On Thu, Mar 25, 2021, at 11:44 AM, Alex Jones wrote:
I would like to self nominate to for a tech lead role within the SIG.

In the short time I have been involved, I have emphasised a bias towards action and believe I could help breathe new life into projects from a technical standpoint.

I currently work as a VP of SRE at JPMC and am moving into a principal engineer role at an extremely ambitious cloud computing company.
This affords me ample time to spend investing energy into this space.

Throughout my career, the domain of App Delivery has had a gravity that I have operated within. 
My roles have often been to enable thousands of engineers to deploy workloads with just-enough-infrastructure, architecting complex poly-tenancy multi-cloud solutions or designing specification for delivery that is governable. 

This has given rise to the personal belief that there is a clear need for a level of community work to explore the space of standardisation and opinion on best practice ( whether that is operator life cycle management, application & infrastructure specs or advanced deployment paradigms). 

What I lack in tenure within the SIG,  I will make up for in dedication and expertise.

Thank you for your consideration,

Alex Jones





On 24 Mar 2021, at 18:47, Reitbauer, Alois via lists.cncf.io <alois.reitbauer=dynatrace.com@...> wrote:

Hello everyone. 
 
A lot has happened in the application delivery SIG since it started. As times changes people’s obligations change as well. Bryan is busy in his new and exciting role and Harry was voted into the TOC. This leaves two open seats for co chairs in the app delivery SIG.
 
Just as a refresher you can find the charter of the working group here [1]
 
If you are interested what chairs are doing, I recommend the to read this [2]. Basically, chairs are ensuring the smooth operation of the SIG. This includes:
 
  • Ensuring proper meetings with agenda, engaging with projects, …
  • Steering and directing discussion between members.
  • Identifying new needs – for example for working groups – and helping to establish them
  • Supporting the TOC on project due diligence for projects in the scope of the SIG.
 
For SIG App delivery we are looking for co-chairs that also bring a strong technical expertise and good understand of how open source and cross company collaboration works. This is not an organizational role only. We are also looking for co-chairs from end user organizations. We also believe that the SIG profits from a wide area of expertise and an inclusive mindset.
 
If you are interested or want to nominate somebody, please reply to this thread and introduce them/yourself. We will close the nomination on April 9th.
 
If you want to take a leading role but want to focus more on a technical level without organizational responsibilities you can also apply for a tech lead role.
 
If you have any questions feel free to also reach out to me directly either via email (might take a bit longer) or Slack (CET++ business hours)
 
Alois for the SIG App Delivery chairs. 
 
 
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matthewclarke47@...
 

Hi, I would like to be considered for the co-chair position of the App Delivery SIG. 


About me:


I am a Senior Infrastructure Engineer in Spotify’s deployment infrastructure team. There I am responsible for our tooling to deploy services quickly and safely to Kubernetes, as well as our open source container orchestration system Helios. 


I have a proven track record of advocacy for open source software. At Spotify I led a project to provide Automated Canary Analysis as a service; for this I recommended Argo Rollouts, where I am active in the user community and have contributed additional functionality. In order to deliver this project I showed organisational and communication skills by organising, delegating and planning the required work and communicating the new functionality to the developers at Spotify.


I have also contributed to the CNCF sandbox project Backstage, integrating both Kubernetes and Argo Rollouts with this project as well as providing community support for end users. 

Here I communicated the changes with the community through detailed RFCs[2][3], ensuring that we were building an open source solution that would work for a diverse community of developers.


Before Spotify I worked at the Financial Times and was one of the technical leads for the adoption of CNCF tools like Kubernetes, Prometheus and Fluentd[1].


I believe community involvement is important for the development of open source software and I have given presentations about Spotify’s use of Argo Rollouts at the Argo Rollouts community meetings, as well as at CNCF End-User SIG DX meetings. 


As an end user co-chair, I would be able to provide valuable perspective about the issues the app delivery community faces. I would aim to increase visibility of the app delivery problems that users are facing, with the aim of forming working groups to address those issues with a diverse and inclusive input from the community.


If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Matt Clarke
Senior Infrastructure Engineer @ Spotify


https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewclarke47/

https://github.com/mclarke47


[1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H06qrNmGqyE

[2] https://github.com/backstage/backstage/issues/2461

[3] https://github.com/backstage/backstage/issues/2857

 


Hongchao Deng
 

Dear all,

I would like to self-nominate for this role.

I fully support the charter of SIG-App-Delivery and participated in the SIG discussion. This role would enable me to take more responsibility to serve and support CNCF and the SIG, specifically:

  • Organize meetings and engage in technical discussion. I would like to ensure smooth meeting with agendas and provide guidance to new participants.
  • Review proposals and bridge people. I would like to ensure the quality of proposals, and support TOC and SIG members to reach the end results as much as possible.
  • Support new ideas and drive for innovations. SIG-AppDelivery is still young with many new exciting ideas. I would like to identify and support the new ideas, and when needed form new WGs (e.g. dev experience and/or ops experience, interpretability etc.).
  • Discovering and reaching out to new projects in app delivery area, and onboarding them into CNCF. I would do my best to build a healthy community and serve it as much as I could.


About my technical background and community experience:

  • TL & Staff Engineer at Alibaba. Previously TL at CoreOS.
  • I focus on community growth. I am one of the organizers of Cloud Native Community China (cloudnative.to). I have been mentoring the communities on technical discussion and organizational events.
  • I have strong technical experience in the Cloud Native Application area. I had been the co-creator of the etcd operator (first operator implementation) and advocated operator pattern to its maturity. I had lead a few critical features in K8S-SIG-Scheduling, K8S-SIG-Scalability. Now I am the core committer of OAM (oam.dev) and KubeVela (kubevela.io).


Above statements are my motivation for this role and my background in community mentorship. I hope to put my dedication to serving and growing the CNCF community in this role.

Thank you for your consideration.

Best,

Hongchao Deng

Staff Software Engineer at Alibaba

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hongchao-deng/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/hongchaod

Github: https://github.com/hongchaodeng


wei wang
 

Hi, I would like to be co-chair position of the App Delivery SIG.

Regarding my proposal, I have the following reasons:

1. I am a senior architect of Tencent Cloud and have promoted the concept of cloud native as a CNCF ambassador. I hope to become a co-chairman and make more contributions to SIG
2. In order to reduce the development difficulty of developers in the Kuebrnetes environment, I created the Nocalhost project (https://github.com/nocalhost/nocalhost), which is in CNCF Landscape and welcomed by Chinese developers, plans to enter the CNCF Sandbox in the second half of this year
3. I focus on the field of application delivery. I completed the writing of two technical books in 2020, one is "Istio Handbook" and the other is "Spinnaker Handbook" which is directly related to the field of application delivery. It is China’s first book write about cloud-native Application delivery, both books will be published in China by China Industry Press in the second half of this year
4. I have experience in the field of application delivery and participated in the development of China’s first Spinnaker SaaS service, which is currently serving hundreds of companies in China
5. I am the city partner of China Cloud Native Community (cloudnative.to) and the organizer of CNCF ShenZhen community. I have excellent cross-enterprise organization experience.

Lastly and most importantly, I have more time to participate in SIG affairs and devote myself to the field of application delivery.

Thank you for your consideration.

Will Wang, senior architect of Tencent Group’s CODING DevOps (Tencent Cloud)

CNCF Ambassadors: https://www.cncf.io/people/ambassadors/
GitHub: https://github.com/lyzhang1999

Hongchao Deng <fengjingchao@...> 于2021年4月8日周四 上午9:45写道:

Dear all,

I would like to self-nominate for this role.

I fully support the charter of SIG-App-Delivery and participated in the SIG discussion. This role would enable me to take more responsibility to serve and support CNCF and the SIG, specifically:

  • Organize meetings and engage in technical discussion. I would like to ensure smooth meeting with agendas and provide guidance to new participants.
  • Review proposals and bridge people. I would like to ensure the quality of proposals, and support TOC and SIG members to reach the end results as much as possible.
  • Support new ideas and drive for innovations. SIG-AppDelivery is still young with many new exciting ideas. I would like to identify and support the new ideas, and when needed form new WGs (e.g. dev experience and/or ops experience, interpretability etc.).
  • Discovering and reaching out to new projects in app delivery area, and onboarding them into CNCF. I would do my best to build a healthy community and serve it as much as I could.


About my technical background and community experience:

  • TL & Staff Engineer at Alibaba. Previously TL at CoreOS.
  • I focus on community growth. I am one of the organizers of Cloud Native Community China (cloudnative.to). I have been mentoring the communities on technical discussion and organizational events.
  • I have strong technical experience in the Cloud Native Application area. I had been the co-creator of the etcd operator (first operator implementation) and advocated operator pattern to its maturity. I had lead a few critical features in K8S-SIG-Scheduling, K8S-SIG-Scalability. Now I am the core committer of OAM (oam.dev) and KubeVela (kubevela.io).


Above statements are my motivation for this role and my background in community mentorship. I hope to put my dedication to serving and growing the CNCF community in this role.

Thank you for your consideration.

Best,

Hongchao Deng

Staff Software Engineer at Alibaba

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hongchao-deng/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/hongchaod

Github: https://github.com/hongchaodeng


Reitbauer, Alois
 

Hello everyone,

 

This is just a reminder that the nomination deadline for co chairs and tech leads ends tomorrow. I will inform you about next steps next week.

 

// Alois

 

From: Reitbauer, Alois <alois.reitbauer@...>
Date: Wednesday, 24. March 2021 at 19:47
To: cncf-sig-app-delivery@... <cncf-sig-app-delivery@...>
Subject: Application Delivery SIG looking for co-chairs and tech leads

Hello everyone.

 

A lot has happened in the application delivery SIG since it started. As times changes people’s obligations change as well. Bryan is busy in his new and exciting role and Harry was voted into the TOC. This leaves two open seats for co chairs in the app delivery SIG.

 

Just as a refresher you can find the charter of the working group here [1]

 

If you are interested what chairs are doing, I recommend the to read this [2]. Basically, chairs are ensuring the smooth operation of the SIG. This includes:

 

  • Ensuring proper meetings with agenda, engaging with projects, …
  • Steering and directing discussion between members.
  • Identifying new needs – for example for working groups – and helping to establish them
  • Supporting the TOC on project due diligence for projects in the scope of the SIG.

 

For SIG App delivery we are looking for co-chairs that also bring a strong technical expertise and good understand of how open source and cross company collaboration works. This is not an organizational role only. We are also looking for co-chairs from end user organizations. We also believe that the SIG profits from a wide area of expertise and an inclusive mindset.

 

If you are interested or want to nominate somebody, please reply to this thread and introduce them/yourself. We will close the nomination on April 9th.

 

If you want to take a leading role but want to focus more on a technical level without organizational responsibilities you can also apply for a tech lead role.

 

If you have any questions feel free to also reach out to me directly either via email (might take a bit longer) or Slack (CET++ business hours)

 

Alois for the SIG App Delivery chairs.

 

 

[1] https://github.com/cncf/toc/blob/main/sigs/app-delivery.md

[2] https://github.com/cncf/sig-security/blob/master/governance/roles.md

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