OpenStack Summit will kick off tomorrow in Tokyo

by | Oct 26, 2015

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The OpenStack Summit 2105, a four-day conference for developers, users, and administrators of OpenStack Cloud Software will start tomorrow in Tokyo. During four days, attendees will enjoy in-depth technical discussions, hands-on workshops, and the full presence of almost every player in the OpenStack Ecosystem.

Speakers will talk about topics such us accelerating the Open Could with OpenStack, OpenStack Neutron, Unlocking OpenStack for service providers or migrating enterprise applications to OpenStack.

If you are an OpenStack contributor or operator, you can attend the OpenStack Design Summit, since two different events have been organized to meet specific profiles. The Design Summit sessions are collaborative working sessions where the community of OpenStack developers and operators come together to discuss the requirements for the next software release and connect with other community members.

The last OpenStack Summit, which was held in Vancouver in May 2015, reached an audience of more than 6.000 people from 55 countries and 967 companies were represented.

Keep up with the latest news about the OpenStack Summit at the official website



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