Gregory M. Kurtzer is a 20+ year veteran in Linux, open source, and high performance computing. He is well known in the HPC space for designing scalable and easy to manage secure architectures for innovative performance intensive computing while working for the U.S. Department of Energy and joint appointment to UC Berkeley. Greg founded and led several large open source projects such as CentOS Linux, the Warewulf and Perceus cluster toolkits, the container system Singularity, and most recently, the successor to CentOS, Rocky Linux. Greg's first startup was acquired almost 2 years ago and now he is working on software infrastructure, including Rocky Linux as well as building a cloud native, cloud hybrid, federated orchestration platform called Fuzzball.
Reproducibility and Transparency
System Software and Runtime Systems