Linux Foundation details 2010 End User Summit programme
The Linux Foundation has announced that this year's End User Summit will take place on the 12th and 13th of October at the Hyatt Regency Jersey City in New Jersey. According to the foundation, the "Summit is a unique opportunity for the most advanced enterprise users to collaborate with leaders from within the Linux community, including the highest-level maintainers and developers."
Confirmed keynote speakers include British Telecom’s Chief Scientist JP Rangaswami, who will be giving a talk entitled "Purple Haze to Purple Rain: Why the Cloud Rocks", and Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin, who will be discussing the next-generation enterprise computing. NASDAQ OMX Vice President Bob Evans will detail what he feels is working today with Linux and what he believes would work in his environment. Other various panels and sessions will cover topics ranging from "What's next in Linux file systems & Storage", to virtualisation and tracing.
The non-profit organisation say that the exclusive invitation-only event is aimed at, for example, Chief Architects and their technical teams, CTOs, kernel developers and Linux community leaders. Those interested in attending the conference are asked to request an invitation as soon as possible.
More information about the 2010 End User Summit can be found on the Linux Foundation's events web site. The event is being sponsored by platinum sponsors Intel and IBM, and bronze sponsors Adobe, Oracle and SoftLayer.
- The Linux Foundation Announces Program for 2010 End User Summit, press release from the Linux Foundation.