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.
I am a member of OpenInfra for years, and have served as Individual Board Member of OpenInfra Foundation for 7 years. OpenInfra success is my success. My biggest contribution includes leading teams on engineering of open source projects in OpenInfra, advocating OpenInfra in the community especially in the China community with conference or meetup organization, technical presentation, consultancy support, and so on.
I have been Individual Board Member of OpenInfra for 7 years. Additionally, I have been serving other non profit organizations with different roles for years, such as, chair of alliance committee of SODA Foundation in LF, TSC member of Mulan Community, and executive member of open source development committee in China Compute Federation (CCF), etc.
As Individual Board Member, I represent many small and medium OpenStack vendors or OpenInfra company members, even individual members in the OpenInfra community. OpenInfra's success requires community growth and more participations, more attractive and promising projects, more innovations and the atmosphere of 4 "Open"s to build and encourage the above factors.
In 2022, we're facing more challenges of COVID-19, facing collaboration and competition of different foundations. The top priority I think is to follow the trend of the cloud industry (serverless, confidential computing, edge, multi-cloud, heterogeneous computing, leverage resources and approaches to serve our members, embrace more projects and transform from cloud infrastructure into more attractive domains.
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