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Jay Pipes Back to Speakers Bureau

  • Verizon Wireless – From 2017-10-23 (Current)
  • Mirantis – From 2014-01-06 (Current)
  • AT&T – From 2013-03-22 To 2013-12-31

My interest is in the expansion of the open source ecosystem around cloud computing. pure and simple.

  • Nova
  • Databases
  • Distributed Systems
  • Python

Jay is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at Verizon Wireless. Previously, he was both a Director of Engineering and a Principal Technical Architect at Mirantis. He works to develop core and ecosystem projects in the OpenStack cloud computing platform community. Before Mirantis, he worked at AT&T, focusing on OpenStack development and operations. Previously, he was a Director of Engineering in HP s Open Source Cloud Services team, a development manager and software engineer at Rackspace Cloud, a software engineer at Sun Microsystems and the North American Community Relations Manager at MySQL. Co-author of Pro MySQL (Apress, 2005), Jay has also written articles for Linux Magazine and regularly assists developers in identifying how to make the most effective use of MySQL and other software. He has given sessions on performance tuning at the MySQL Users Conference, RedHat Summit, NY PHP Conference, ZendCon, php-tek, OSCON, and Ohio LinuxFest, amongst others. He lives in Sarasota, Florida, with his wife, Julie, and his beloved dogs.

  • http://bit.ly/openstack-community
  • http://bit.ly/openstack-data-storage
  • https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1M3XhAco_0u7NZQn3Gz53z9VOHHrkQBzEs5gt43ZvhOc/edit
  • http://bit.ly/scheduler-wars-a-new-hope
  • http://bit.ly/scheduler-wars-revenge-of-the-split
  • English
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