Steve Taylor to serve on the CDF’s TOC as a Project Representative
DeployHub, creators of the first microservice catalog and management platform, today announced the committers of the Continuous Delivery Foundation(CDF) has elected Steve Taylor as one of the 4 Project Representative for the CDF Technology Oversite Committee. Voting members for this elected position include committers from Jenkins, Spinnaker, Ortelius, Screwdriver and Tekton. Steve Taylor has extensive experience in all aspects of the continuous delivery pipeline, from build through deploy. His background and expertise will bring a breadth of knowledge to the CDF TOC. Steve Taylor is CTO of DeployHub, creator of one of the first build management solutions, OpenMake Meister, and is the Community Director and Architect of Ortelius, a microservice management platform for cataloging and tracking services and their relationships.
“I’m honored to have been elected to this prestigious and important board position. Growing the CDF Projects, supporting basic governance practices and assisting new open source communities will be my focus of service. Thank you to all who gave me their nod of approval” explained Steve Taylor.
Steve Taylor has been involved in the CDF Interoperability SIG, Events SIG, and Tekton Projects, as well as the CNCF GitOps SIG. He is a well known and respected technologist and will be an excellent representative for the open source community.
Moving to microservices breaks the way we assemble and configure software. DeployHub puts it back together by providing a microservice catalog for versioning, sharing, tracking and releasing microservices across the organization. DeployHub empowers your high performing software engineers to easily move from monolithic to microservices. For more information on DeployHub, go to www.DeployHub.com
Ortelius is a microservice catalog that versions and tracks services, their consuming applications, ownership, blast radius and where they have been deployed with all critical deployment metadata. By cataloging and tracking detailed configuration data, Ortelius provides you a proactive view of how your microservice architecture is changing overtime. The latest version of Ortelius is maintained by the Ortelius Community managed by the Continuous Delivery Foundation (Linux Foundation). It was originally created by DeployHub and OpenMake Software. Their mission is to simplify the adoption of modern architecture through a world-class microservice management platform driven by a supportive and diverse global open source community.
About the CD Foundation
The Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) serves as the vendor-neutral home of many of the fastest-growing projects for continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD). It fosters vendor-neutral collaboration between the industry’s top developers, end users and vendors to further CI/CD best practices and industry specifications. Its mission is to grow and sustain projects that are part of the broad and growing continuous delivery ecosystem.
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- Simplifying Microservice Applications
- Microservice Configuration Management
- Database Updates Pushed Across Your CD Pipeline
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