Marcel Hild has 25+ years of experience in open source development and the IT industry. He co-founded a Linux consulting company, worked as a freelance developer, a Solution Architect for Red Hat, and a core Developer for ManageIQ, a Hybrid Cloud Management tool. Now he researches the topic of AIOps and Open Services in the Office of the CTO at Red Hat, proving the impact of data science on operations and services.
Speaker at various conferences such as DevConf, ODSC, Red Hat Summit and OpenSourceSummit. Responsibility for Red Hat’s AI strategy and how that impacts internal use cases, products, customers, and partner ecosystems.
Development path @ Red Hat
Marcel has been managing the AIOps team in the AI Center of Excellence for two years. Before taking on the manager role, Marcel served as a Principal Engineer in the CoE and as a team lead for AIOps. His prior experience includes software engineering roles in the Cloudforms team, freelance development, Red Hat Sales Engineering in EMEA, as well as start-ups.
Currently, Marcel’s primary responsibility is to grow Red Hat’s visibility and recognition in the AIOps domain by performing research and development in the public domain and supporting the field and marketing with his experience. In addition, he builds a community around cloud-native operations and specifically proves that OpenDataHub can benefit from an Operate First setup. Both areas are strategic for Red Hat to grow its reputation in the AI domain and help to transform our development model to be more data-driven.
Marcel has built a highly diverse, international team that includes multiple disciplines such as Data Science, SRE, and SW Engineering. He contributed to the success of the AICoE’s participation in the Boston Intern Program.
Currently, Marcel is personally involved in the OCTO OKR shepherding as well as the Summit activities and other events. His engagement includes broader Open Source initiatives such as the Enterprise Neurosystem project and has established himself as a thought leader for the Operate First initiative and moved the needle by leading the creation of the operate-first.cloud community and the OpenDataHub instance on the MOC.