Ubuntu Cloud Summit in Oakland, California in May 2012

Folks, I just wanted to let you know about an exciting new event that will be happening the same week as the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Oakland, California.

Canonical in collaboration with Redmonk will be hosting The Ubuntu Cloud Summit; a one day event for both technology and business attendees interested in how open-source cloud computing can help their organizations.

The event takes place on Tuesday 8th May, at the The Oakland Marriott City Center Hotel.

The agenda is still being defined, but the sessions will cover some interesting ideas, challenges and trends around cloud computing and how attendees can deploy an open cloud in their organization.

Topics will include:

  • The Open Cloud – the role of open source in cloud computing—particularly how an open cloud enables a more flexible, vendor-neutral approach.
  • Lessons from cloud deployments – open cloud deployments are real and growing. We’ll discuss and illustrate through case studies the best approaches to deploying and maximising an open cloud.
  • Open Source cloud technologies – with Ubuntu including technologies such as OpenStack, MAAS and Juju, we’ll examine how they come together to form an open cloud.

Click here to find out more information.

How To Join

The cost of a ticket for attending this event is $100 which includes lunch and refreshments. Spaces are limited, so please share this information with your contacts and prospects to get registrations flowing.

REGISTER HERE

  • http://www.williamsdatamanagement.com/ Ruby Badcoe

    This is a great opportunity for everyone to understand the concept of cloud computing. This summit would let you gain additional information on how cloud computing can help you save important documents. Business owners must attend this event!

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