Andrew Kutz / Open Source Engineer

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    • The Open Source {code} Story

      When looking at the open source community one thing really stands out: transparency. This incredibly important aspect makes it possible for everyone to see what’s happening within a project, and also helps others when ...
      January 17, 2018
    • The Changing Face of Data Analytics – Fast Data displaces Big Data

      Introduction Big Data, Fast Data, Internet of Things, Machine Learning – what is the current landscape? There are many tools – Hadoop, Kafka, Spark to make the management of data easier and faster, but ...
      January 9, 2018
    • How to Use Kubernetes 1.9.0 with CSI

      Kubernetes 1.9.0 including CSI support has been released! This allows Kubernetes to use CSI drivers based on the upcoming Container Storage Interface 0.1.0 specification. CSI is currently behind an alpha Kubernetes feature-gate, so it ...
      December 19, 2017
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    About

    Andrew Kutz has worked in IT professionally for over 15 years and in that time has worn many hats. From NT 3.5 to Exchange and Active Directory, it was Andrew’s work with Terminal Services that introduced him to VMware. Reverse engineering the VMware Infrastructure client and SDK marked his move from Windows and Linux administration into development full time. Founding his own company, lostcreations, Andrew developed the first virutalization management platform for mobile devices and sold it to Hyper9, where he briefly worked before accepting an offer at EMC.

    Since joining EMC in 2010, Andrew has led the teams across multiple organizations responsible for several high-profile projects, such as the Virtual Storage Integrator (VSI) and EMC Storage Analytics (ESA). In 2015 Andrew joined the {code} team, believing in its mission to enrich the company by embracing the open source community and contributing not only code, but time, knowledge, and experience as well.

    Today Andrew still works for the {code} team and is helping lead its efforts to champion the future of containers and storage through his continued work on REX-Ray and the Container Storage Interface (CSI) specification.

    From the {code} Blog

    • The Open Source {code} Story

      When looking at the open source community one thing really stands out: transparency. This incredibly important aspect makes it possible for everyone to see what’s happening within a project, and also helps others when ...
      January 17, 2018
    • The Changing Face of Data Analytics – Fast Data displaces Big Data

      Introduction Big Data, Fast Data, Internet of Things, Machine Learning – what is the current landscape? There are many tools – Hadoop, Kafka, Spark to make the management of data easier and faster, but ...
      January 9, 2018
    • How to Use Kubernetes 1.9.0 with CSI

      Kubernetes 1.9.0 including CSI support has been released! This allows Kubernetes to use CSI drivers based on the upcoming Container Storage Interface 0.1.0 specification. CSI is currently behind an alpha Kubernetes feature-gate, so it ...
      December 19, 2017
    More posts from the Blog

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