Shane Wang is an Engineering Director of Cloud Software at Intel's System Software Products. He has participated in or led his team on research and development of open source software projects such as Xen, tboot, Yocto and OpenStack. He has been serving as an Individual Director of OpenStack Foundation Board since 2015, with years of commitment to community development and building. Currently he is focusing on software-defined networking (SDN) and software-defined storage (SDS) technologies, edge computing, and NFV-related domains, including OpenStack, Ceph, SODA (also known as OpenSDS), ONAP, Akraino, StarlingX, OpenDaylight, OPNFV, DPDK, and so forth. He is interested in edge computing much so he is engaged in other open source solutions such as EdgeX, CORD, OpenEdge, KubeEdge, and ioFog. Right now he is also chairing the APAC session of OSF Edge Computing Working Group.
He got his PhD degree on Computer Science from Fudan University at Shanghai in 2004, and joined Intel after graduating from the school.
Shane has been nominated enough times to appear on the election ballot. You can read the answers Shane gave to the election questions below.
My team and I have been working on OpenStack for many years, my team name is cloud infrastructure software, OpenInfra is the home of open source cloud infrastructure software. I have serve as an individual director for 8+ years. With my team's effort together, code maturity, project landing and community growth, especially in China, is my biggest contribution to OpenInfra.
I have serve as an individual director for 8+ years in OpenInfra. I also participate into few open source communities as a key position, which is listed in my bio. That experience proves my qualification.
At this period, OpenInfra's success is to embrace more and more cloud projects, on the basis of offering better services to existing OpenInfra projects and following the trends of cloud development.
The top priority of the board is to incubate the existing projects in OpenInfra, encourage members' innovations and embrace more cloud projects, build more value to OpenInfra members in the disconnected world during the hard time of world economy.
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