John Leung

Principal Engineer
Intel Corporation

John Leung is a Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation in the data center group. John has been in the computer industry for over 37 years: architecting, designing and coding. At Intel, John focuses on the manageability interfaces of data center compute platforms.

John is on the Open Compute Project's Steering Committee ( The OCP community elected him to represent the Hardware Management Project. John also represents Intel on the Board of the DMTF standard organization ( As the DMTF's VP of Alliances, he forms alliance between DMTF and other standard bodies. John was an original member of the Redfish Forum.

Prior to Intel, John worked in Silicon Valley (Sun Microsystems, Auspex Systems), and the aerospace industry (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, McDonnell Douglas, Logicon). John received his BS in Engineering & Applied Science from the California Institute of Technology.

The first Redfish and Swordfish standards appeared in 2015 and 2016. The first Redfish and Swordfish open-source implementations showed up…

Watch Now Favorites