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About

I'm a Principal Open Source Technologist at AWS and serve as a Cloud Native Ambassador at CNCF, focusing on observability (such as OpenTelemetry, Prometheus, Fluent Bit) as well as service meshes, especially in my role as an SMI maintainer.

I'm also interested and proficient in Kubernetes, GitOps, security/compliance as well as in the advance of applications on Arm-based systems such as on our Graviton offerings.

In my day to day work I mainly use Go, Rust, and shell scripts, but also have done Python, C/C++, Java, and PHP.

… and if you're interested in observability updates, consider subscribing to my o11y.newsletter.

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  1. AWS Controllers for Kubernetes (ACK) is a project enabling you to manage AWS services from Kubernetes

    Shell 1.5k 171

  2. A collection of tools to statically and dynamically identify public container images that are hosted on Docker Hub.

    Shell 44 6

  3. Amazon EKS Distro (EKS-D) is a Kubernetes distribution based on and used by Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) to create reliable and secure Kubernetes clusters.

    Shell 830 75

  4. RBAC in Kubernetes visualizer

    Go 290 23

  5. A CLI tool providing you with status & configuration of a Kubernetes cluster fleet

    Go 99 6

  6. Command line tool to view namespaces and cgroups, useful for low-level container prodding

    Go 396 28

Contribution activity

May 2021

Created 1 commit in 1 repository
Created 1 repository
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
open-o11y/aws-o11y-good-practices 1 pull request
6 contributions in private repositories May 3 – May 10

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