Pini Reznik - TOC CNCF Nomination

Pini Reznik

I would like to nominate myself to TOC of CNCF.

Before writing about myself, I would like to suggest few reasons for my nomination.

  1. Container Solutions is an independent consultancy without an explicit interest in a specific technology or a product. We are acting on behalf of variety of our clients and on the lookout to the best solutions to satisfy their needs.

  2. Our clients include banks, large scale web-companies, telcos and large technology companies.

  3. Container Solutions has a very strong preference for open source software.

  4. Container Solutions and I personally focus on the usability of systems as well as the development processes, which is why we founded the design agency, Remember to Play.

About me:

My name is Pini Reznik. I spent most of my career somewhere between development and operations. I started as a developer about 17 years ago, moved to software configuration management and later came to technical operations. During these years I have been in engineering, architecture and management positions.

I have spent the last few years as a consultant advising in the areas of CI, CD, DevOps and the transition strategies.

Just over a year ago, I co-founded Programmable Infrastructure Solutions, whose most famous brand is Container Solutions, where I currently work as CTO. My philosophy can be seen in my latest research about the future of cloud:

About Programmable Infrastructure Solutions (PS)

PS is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. This consortium contains Container Solutions, who have offices in London, Amsterdam and Zurich; Container Solutions, Labs, which is based in Edinburgh; Remember to Play, which is headquartered in Amsterdam; finally, the latest addition to our family is DevOps solutions, a company specialising in transition and rolling out the tools and practices of programmable infrastructure.

Container Solutions, the most famous of our companies, partners with Docker, Mesosphere, Weaveworks, RedHat and HashiCorp, and is friends with many other companies in the industry and are currently working on Cisco’s Mantl and project Shipped.

Here are some examples of our latest open source projects:

My Aim

I think that the best way for an adoption of any standard is it’s ease of use and it’s usefulness.

My aim as a member of CNCF TOC is to represent the developers and make sure that the transition to the new microservices stack defined by CNCF is as easy and native as it is with Docker for managing the lifecycle of a single container/image.


Pini Reznik

CTO - Container Solutions

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