Code as an infrastructure and SDN & NFV
Open source is a great way to promote oneself and providing businesses with many opportunities. Recognizing this, after graduating from East China Normal university with a computer science degree, I got my first job in Lenovo group to do R&D on Linux, where I distributed a Linux OS. Before I joined OpenStack community, I had also worked on apache Java & J2EE projects. Come to OpenStack, attracted by its four Open principles, I am involved lots into many OpenStack Projects. In 2012, I started to work on Neutron project, and become a CORE reviewer, and I deployed first OpenStack public cloud service with full support Neutron models. And now I am working with Tacker project team as its PTL.
OpenStack is becoming NFVI management system, many upper layer systems, such ONAP, OpenCORD are using it as default infrastructure resource management system. OpenStack skill is awesome for my involvement in these systems. I am working as CTO of 99cloud, which is providing OpenStack services to customers. So I will and have to continue my efforts and do my best to get involved in it.
I'm involved in the following OpenStack projects: Dashboard (Horizon),Compute Service (Nova),Networking (Neutron),Block Storage (Cinder),Image Service (Glance),DNS Service (Designate),Load Balancer (Octavia),NFV Orchestration (Tacker),Workflow service (Mistral)