The members of the OpenStack community from 60 nations meet twice every year. This year, the opening takes place in Boston.
After OpenStack Day
there follows OpenStack Summit: This year the first event will take place in Boston (USA). With participants from more than 60 nations and representatives from more than 1,000 companies, the event has evolved from a niche event to a real "must-attend" of the cloud industry. The list of speakers includes renowned representatives of Google, Intel, Huawei and eBay, as well as Harvard University and the US Army.
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As one of the four main sponsors, T-Systems will be on board again: During the four-day event in the US state of Massachusetts, nine presentations will be held by T-Systems experts. With the Open Telekom Cloud
, the provider from Bonn, Germany has one of the largest infrastructure-as-a-service offerings (IaaS) on the basis of OpenStack in Europe. In addition, T-Systems is an OpenStack Gold member
and is considered to be one of the most significant European OpenStack supporters.
"T-Systems is very important to the OpenStack Foundation"Business Development Director of the OpenStack Foundation
"T-Systems is very important to the OpenStack Foundation," said Heidi Bretz, Business Development Director of the OpenStack Foundation, during the recent OpenStack Days in March at CeBIT. "As one of the key technology players in the world, T-Systems is currently establishing a multi-cloud approach within the European market. Among other things, OpenStack is the basis for a public cloud offering that enables companies of all sizes to easily virtualize and automatize their IT infrastructure."
OpenStack Summit will take place from May 8th to 11th in Boston. You can find all details of the event here
Topics and presentations by T-Systems at OpenStack Summit in Boston:
- Pit stop at 100mph – how to upgrade a large scale public cloud from Juno to Mitaka
- Image Build as a Service – Why it makes sense to build your own Cloud Images
Sebastian Wenner, Kurt Garloff, Daniela Ebert
- Privacy: 10 Facts to handle Cross-border data traffic with OpenStack = International + EU + Germany
Sebastian Wenner, Daniela Ebert
- Keystone and SAML2 for multitenant environments – two concepts get together
- Does my app or tool work on OpenStack Cloud X? Use RefStack to find out ...
- The past, the present, and the future of "OpenStack Interoperability"
- Cloud orchestration made easy – Getting started with HEAT
- OpenStack 360° – a holistic approach to finding "your" OpenStack