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Steve Taylor is CTO and Co-Founder of OpenMake Software. He is seen as a visionary and industry leader in the area of microservices, Istio, Kubernetes, DevOps process improvement, software build and release, and configuration management. Steve was designing continuous delivery pipelines for Fortune 1000 companies before the term 'continuous integration' was ever used. He is the mastermind behind OpenMake Meister, a build automation solution that has served its customers for over 20 years. Steve is also the architect of DeployHub, the first unified microservice catalog. Steve is the primary contributor to the Ortelius open-source CDF Project, is a CDF TOC Board Member, and serves on the CDF Events SIG. Steve is committed to keeping the Meister Build automation solution relevant to its' 400+ customers. In his free time, Steve is the Chief to the Turquoise Trail Volunteer Fire Department where he serves as a superhero.
Tracy is CEO and Co-Founder of OpenMake Software. She is expert in configuration management and pipeline life cycle practices with a hyper focus on build management, microservice configuration and cloud native architecture. She currently serves as a board member of the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) and the Executive Director of the Ortelius Open Source project for Microservice Management. Tracy is a recognized evangelist in microservices and the continuous delivery pipeline. She is the creator of the Continuous Delivery Foundation Interactive Landscape, a blog contributor for the CDF, recognized by TechBeacon as one of the top 100 DevOps visionaries and speaks at many DevOps events such as CNCF’s KubeCon and CloudBees DevOps World. Tracy is also a DevOps Institute Ambassador and speaks at AWS Marketplace webinar educational events. She served on the Eclipse Foundation Board as a founding member from 2004 -2007. Tracy was recognized as a Women In Technology (WIT) Honoree for her work in the DevOps area. You may also find her as an expert panelist on Webinars along with some of her friends at GitLab and CircleCI, or quoted in SD Times articles around DevOps subjects.