Cassandra Committers are the lead developers of the Apache Cassandra project and are responsible for the majority of changes. They are seen as trusted members of your community. In addition, your Apache Cassandra commiters are responsible for the review of patches, submitted by you, for inclusion into the latest versions of Cassandra. After a successful review of these patches, usually consisting of conformance to coding standards and ensuring it does not introduce any new bugs, your committers will “commit” that specific patch on behalf of the patch submitter.
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Avinash Lakshman is an engineer at Facebook where he helped architect and build the Cassandra system. He was previously a distributed systems architect at Amazon where he architected and built the Dynamo system, the first enterprise ready distributed database management system based on the eventual consistency model. Dynamo stores and serves the shopping carts for all Amazon users and replaced an earlier Oracle system within Amazon that no longer met Amazon’s availability requirements.
Cassandra Co-Author | Apache Cassandra Committer
Apache Project Chair | DataStax CTO
Jonathan is CTO and co-founder at DataStax. Prior to DataStax, Jonathan worked extensively with Apache Cassandra while employed at Rackspace. Prior to Rackspace, Jonathan built a multi-petabyte, scalable storage system based on Reed-Solomon encoding for backup provider Mozy. In addition to his work with DataStax, Jonathan is project chair of Apache Cassandra.
Debian Developer, Apache Cassandra committer and Software Engineer at Acunu.
My passion is to work on cutting-edge problems, that require the understanding of the entire stack, top to bottom. I enjoy working on technologies that require low-level knowledge of operating systems and the networking stack. Areas of interest include: distributed databases, filesystems, operating systems, client/server architecture, and fault tolerance. I want to join a team that strives to change the world.
Johan Oskarsson is a software developer at Twitter in San Francisco. He made his way there via university in Stockholm and as a developer at Last.fm in London. At Twitter Johan spends most of his time coding in Scala for the runtime team. He’s previously been involved in various open source projects including a short stint as a committer for Apache Hadoop and Apache Cassandra.
I am an Apache Cassandra committer, a life-long programmer specializing in distributed systems at Rackspace. Past experience includes working with large-scale text and image indexes in the newspaper industry and high-volume advertisement booking software. I currently work on the Cloud Monitoring team at Rackspace. When not doing work work I like to tinker with big data projects and enjoy problems involving audio and image metadata extraction, manipulation and analysis.
BlueMountain Capital Management
Experienced developer. Focused on new approaches to data storage, processing and retrieval. Big open source supporter and occasional contributor.
Core Storage Software Engineer
The Apache Software Foundation
Apache Cassandra Committer
Senior Software Engineer
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He is a first adopter of Cassandra at Netflix for live production use; now a committer to the Apache Cassandra itself as well as related, internal tooling. Maintainer and contributor to open source projects such as Priam (https://github.com/Netflix/Priam).
Jason has implimented multiple, highly scalable internal services in EC2, including an A/B testing service. ??Previously, I spent several years in the mobile industry developing content management systems and m-commerce applications, then as an e-commerce architect designing and supporting a multi-million dollar, high profile sports site, Major League Baseball.