The eBPF Steering Committee (BSC) is responsible for the technical direction and overall vision of eBPF, the collaboration among projects, making recommendations to the governing board, defining the minimal requirements of eBPF runtimes, overseeing community events, maintaining project lifecycle procedures, and communicating on behalf of the eBPF community.
eBPF Steering Committee
Brendan Gregg is an internationally renowned expert in computing performance. Previously a leader of performance engineering at Netflix, where he did performance design, evaluation, analysis, and tuning. He authored Systems Performance and BPF Performance Tools in the Addison-Wesley professional computing series, and received the USENIX LISA Outstanding Achievement award. Previously among the top performance experts at Sun Microsystems, he has delivered industry-leading performance for a variety of products. He has also created widely used performance tools, methodologies, and visualizations, including flame graphs, and pioneered eBPF as an observability technology. His work has saved the industry over US$1B, and has been the basis for multiple startups.
Daniel Borkmann co-created eBPF and is a kernel developer at Isovalent working on all things eBPF, the Linux kernel and Cilium’s networking datapath. He is a long-term Linux kernel core contributor in the eBPF and networking subsystem for over a decade, and co-maintains both eBPF and XDP.
KP Singh is the author and maintainer of the mainline eBPF LSM (a.k.a KRSI) for flexible security audit and policy enforcement on Linux. At Google, he leads the effort to build telemetry and detection software deployed on Google’s corp, prod and cloud endpoints spanning different operating systems. He’s also the cross functional lead for the security of linux OS deployed in Google’s data centers.
Alexei is the co-creator and co-maintainer of eBPF. When not hacking the kernel Alexei enjoys off-grid activities with his family: backpacking, hiking, camping.