Our global team has extensive experience with cloud and cloud native computing, Kubernetes, Knative, and DevOps
Sebastien is a co-founder of TriggerMesh. He has been involved with open source for almost 20 years. Sebastien is an Apache Software Foundation committer and an early contributor to the Kubernetes ecosystem. Around 2014, he became fascinated by the meteoric rise of Docker and decided to learn as much as he could, which led him to author the O’Reilly Docker cookbook. It was this experience that introduced him to Kubernetes, and it was love at first Pod. Sebastien became an early and active participant in the CNCF space, contributing, building, teaching, and innovating. He founded TriggerMesh to push the boundaries of the serverless space and allow all companies to benefit from this new paradigm, even those with on-premises applications.
Mark has a long history in emerging technologies and open source. Before co-founding TriggerMesh, he was the Executive Director of the Node.js Foundation with membership including Microsoft, IBM, Google, Intel, PayPal, and other industry leaders. Previously, he was the VP of Marketing at The Linux Foundation. Mark joined the Linux Foundation from Citrix where he was the Head of the Citrix Open Source Business Office.
Chris Baumbauer is a self-described jack of all trades type of engineer who has dabbled every piece of the stack from operating systems to web development, and mobile to high-performance computing clusters. Prior to joining TriggerMesh, he has worked across multiple institutions from academic computing centers, large software shops, to startups, and lately freelancing for small businesses to enterprise customers. When not writing code, you can find him flying, brewing, writing, or playing sax.
Pablo is an Engineer at Triggermesh where he enjoys the perks of working on a distributed eventing system atop of Kubernetes. He started his professional journey more than 20 years ago, last five at startups around Kubernetes and open source technologies, being the founder and active member of the Seville Kubernetes Meetup. There are some other duties Pablo takes care of like traveling with his family, playing board games or strumming the guitar with his band.
Heather has operated in many sectors of the finance world and enjoys all aspects of working in the numbers game. Before living in North Carolina, Heather worked with Allen Wine Group, a CPA firm specializing in wineries, in the Santa Rosa CA mountains. Moving on to a position in cloud accounting with San Francisco based company BBK - Beyond Bookkeeping- where paper was fully eradicated from her day to day to a Finance management role for startup InspectionXpert based in Apex North Carolina. Heather holds the role of Finance Operations Manager with TriggerMesh having extensive knowledge in both finances for small startups to larger publicly traded companies. In her freetime she likes to paddleboard and enjoys being in nature, as well as attempting to choke people in jiu jitsu. When she’s not on the mats or outside, you can find her with a macchiato (traditional, of course) and a book (most likely on finances).
Ray George has worked in a PR and marketing capacity with venture-backed B2B start-ups since 2000. Some of the companies he’s partnered with include Ansible (acquired by Red Hat), Cloudera (NYSE), MuleSoft (acquired by Salesforce.com), Puppet and Nimble Storage (acquired by HPE). Ray is based in Santa Barbara, CA. Ray loves reading, travel, discovering new music and Tottenham Hotspur! Fun fact too Ray was once in a band with the drummer of Foo Fighters where they played Rush and Led Zeppelin covers.
Greg Wallace is an experienced technology marketing leader with over 20 years experience at large and small companies across a number of domains. He is a passionate advocate for open source technology and the people that create it. Greg served as Senior Director of Marketing at the Linux Foundation from 2015 to 2018, where he helped launch the Hyperledger project, and supported the Node.js Foundation, the JS Foundation, and the Open Mainframe project. During his previous marketing career at Nortel, SugarCRM, Inlet Technologies (now Cisco), and freelancing with too many start-ups to count, Greg has performed many different types of marketing, including product, demand generation, channel, and content. Greg earned joint MBA and Masters of International Affairs degrees from Columbia University in 1999 and has the student loans to prove it. Outside of work, Greg enjoys spending time with family, traveling to his home away from home in Barcelona, and the beach.
Gary Myk has more than 25 years of high-tech industry experience including numerous leadership roles at both start-ups and enterprise organizations. As VP of Sales and Business Development for TriggerMesh, Gary is responsible for driving global sales with a focus on growing the company’s enterprise and channel partners. Prior to joining TriggerMesh , Gary worked at CloudBolt opening up the central US region. His tenure also includes VP of Sales at Centata and WW VP of Sales at Zenoss. Prior to entering into sales, Gary led several System Engineering organizations at both Motive and IBM Tivoli.
Timur has started his career almost 10 years ago as a system engineer in local Telecommunications companies. After a few boring years of corporate routine, he switched to startup projects focused on open source technologies and has absolutely no regrets about it. Timur has occasionally given talks about the Serverless at regional GDG conferences. Sometimes he considers himself as a "digital nomad" as he can spend half of the year straying across the Eurasia continent petting local cats and dogs while continuing to write the code.
Matt Ray has been active in Open Source and DevOps communities for over two decades and has spoken at and helped organize many conferences and meetups. Prior to joining TriggerMesh he held customer, community, and partner-facing roles with Chef Software, most recently as their Regional Manager and Customer Architect for APJ. He has worked in and with enterprises and startups across a wide variety of industries including banking, retail, and government. He currently resides in Sydney, Australia after relocating from Austin, Texas. He co-hosts the Software Defined Talk podcast and is active on Twitter, GitHub, and too many Slacks.