San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The OpenStack Ops Mid-Cycle Meetup will provide a chance to continue conversations and dive into working groups initiatied at the first Ops Meetup in March 2014, and followed by the Ops Meetup tracks during the Atlanta Summit May 2014. It is intended to be a forum for people who are currently running OpenStack clouds to congregate, swap best practices, share ideas and give feedback. The format will primarily consist of round table / working groups / discussion sessions, with only a small number of presentations. The event has the following goals:
- Gather feedback on the issues that come up in running OpenStack and work to communicate this throughout the community
- Create a forum in which to share best practices and architectures between interested parties
- Increase constructive, proactive involvement from those running clouds
More details to come on the agenda, but you can see initial input and notes at: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/SAT-ops-meetup
The event is free to attend, but please RSVP by July 29th, so we can plan for food and space.
Thank you to Rackspace for hosting this event!!
***Note***: This event assumes OpenStack ops knowledge and is _not_ appropriate for beginners, or a place to learn about OpenStack. The event contains relatively few 'presentations' and is mostly a discussion-style event. To find other OpenStack events in your area, please visit www.openstack.org/events.
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OpenStack is software for building clouds.
OpenStack clouds enable businesses to rapidly roll out new products, add new features, and improve internal systems while preventing technology lock-in as the only open source cloud platform that’s supported by virtually every IT industry leader. Cisco WebEx, eBay, Intel, PayPal, Sony, MercadoLibre, CERN, Comcast, Best Buy, and hundreds more rely on OpenStack to run their businesses every day, reducing costs and accelerating time to market.
OpenStack is backed by an independent Foundation and global community with more than 17,000 individual members representing 1,500 unique organizations across 135 countries.
For more information and to join the community, visit www.OpenStack.org.