Talend and the Apache Software Foundation

Talend is pleased to sponsor the Apache Software Foundation (ASF), which has been instrumental in fostering open source adoption and providing structure to build successful open source communities. Our sponsorship helps to provide organizational, legal and financial support for a broad range of Apache licensed projects.

As a leading provider of Apache-powered software, Talend believes in making a strong investment in the community. Talend currently employs engineers to work on many Apache projects, including Apache CXF, Apache Camel, Apache Karaf, Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Santuario, Apache Hadoop, and Apache ACE.

Contributors

Daniel Kulp

Massachusetts, United States

Daniel Kulp is an ASF member and committer of Apache CXF, Apache Aries, Apache Maven, Apache WebServices, Apache ServiceMix and Apache Camel.

Daniel attended Northeastern University in Boston where he received degrees in Chemical Engineering and Computer Science. As the VP of Open Source Development for the Application Integration Divison at Talend, Dan gets to practice his passion for coding open source at work, and still has time to dedicate to his loving family

Hadrian Zbarcea

North Carolina, United States

Hadrian Zbarcea is an ASF member and committer of Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.

Hadrian is a Principal Architect at Talend, where he devotes most of his time to open source. With over 10 years of experience in system integration, he brings experience implementing countless enterprise-scale deployments. He enjoys quality time with his family, training in tae-kwon-do and competing in chess tournaments.

Sergey Beryozkin

Dublin, Ireland

Sergey Beryozkin is a committer of Apache CXF and Apache Aries.

Sergey has focused on working with web services and XML technologies for over twelve years. He is currently the leader of the Apache CXF JAX-RS implementation project. As a software architect in the Application Integration Division of Talend, he focuses on Talend Service Factory and works with Talend colleagues on creating better support for REST.

Jean-Baptiste Onofré

Paris, France

Jean-Baptiste Onofré is a committer of Apache Karaf, Apache ServiceMix, Apache ACE, and Apache Camel.

Jean-Baptiste brings over ten years of development experience to Talend, where he works as a SOA/Software Architect. Working at Talend allows him to increase his contribution to Apache projects. He has experience in enterprise system environments (AIX, Solaris, BSD, Linux) and network (OSPF, RIP, IoS, etc.). He enjoys spending quality time with his family and practicing rugby.

Glen Mazza

Washington DC, United States

Glen Mazza is a committer of Apache CXF.

Glen has been a contributor to the Apache CXF project since it was in incubation, and has become well known for his detailed and helpful blog walkthroughs. In his role as a software engineer with Talend, he brings extensive experience with web services to the Application Integration team.

Colm O hEigeartaigh

Dublin, Ireland

Colm O hEigeartaigh is an ASF member and committer of Apache Santuario, Apache Webservices, and Apache CXF.

Colm has an expert knowledge of computer security, and holds a doctorate on cryptography. At Talend, he is a software architect in the Application Integration division. In addition to his other Apache leadership positions, he leads development on the Apache WSS4j subproject.

Christian Schneider

Forst, Germany

Christian Schneider is committer of Apache CXF, Apache Camel, and Apache Karaf.

Christian is an Open Source Architect on Talend’s Application Integration division. He was the responsible architect for the Services Oriented Architecture of EnBW Trading GmbH (Trading floor of one of Germany’s largest utility companies). He also has a history of expertise in Java and systems integration. He lives with his wife Patricia and daughter Lara. In his spare time he actively practices Kung Fu (Nam Wah Pai style).

Olivier Lamy

Paris, France

Olivier Lamy is an ASF member and committer of Apache Maven, Apache Archiva, Apache Continuum, Apache Commons and Apache Tomcat.

Olivier is an Open Source Architect working on the build and distribution mechanisms’ improvement at Talend. His work allows him to increase his focus on Apache and open source contribution. He enjoys spending his spare time with his kids and working on open source projects (such as Jenkins).