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Matt Rutkowski is an STSM and Master Inventor at IBM and has worked to develop open infrastructure and industry standards along with open source for over nearly 20 years in industries including Government, Banking and Digital Media and Entertainment. His focus areas include Orchestration, Content Protection, Key Mgmt. and Audit and Compliance. Most recently, he has been working on Cloud Native technologies with focus on Serverless and is the proposer, PMC member and Committer to the Apache OpenWhisk Serverless platform project. Most recently, he has turned his sights on expanding the reach of Serverless to more developers by participating in Work Groups for Google's Knative project focusing on Eventing, Runtimes and Build along with Continuous Delivery (CD) integrations via Tekton. In the past, he was a Committer to OpenStack Security and Orchestration projects based upon standards he helped develop at both OASIS and DMTF Standards organizations. Specifically, he served as Chair & Lead Editor for the OASIS TOSCA Simple Profile Orchestration Standard used by Telcos; as well as Founding the DMTF Cloud Auditing (CADF) Standard. Matt also served as the Lead editor for the OASIS IDCloud Technical Committee which outlined hybrid Cloud Security use cases and practices when Cloud was in its early days. Matt hopes that someday he will be able to figure out how find time to use any of these technologies to help him write compelling RPG games in his non-existent "spare time".
IBM and Adobe are collaborating under the Apache Software Foundation and its community to provide a scalable, highly performant, open source Serverless platform incubator project...
TOSCA's new YAML spec. has evolved over the last year into an open and powerful standard that can model a wide range of applications from...
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