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Open Source Cloud Computing Forum Agenda Posted
July 13, 2009
by Cloud Computing Team
The Open Source Cloud Computing Forum, a day-long virtual forum hosted by Red Hat, will gather together open source cloud computing developers for a day of technical presentations that cover the capabilities and challenges facing the development, management and deployment of open source cloud computing configurations. It is generally agreed that open source software is already taking a leadership role in the world of cloud computing, but much work remains to be done.
Today, we’ve posted the presentation agenda for the forum. The day will comprise a dozen short, high-impact presentations, enabling attendees to gain an appreciation of the breadth of ongoing development with open source clouds. We hope that the forum will act as a catalyst for open source communities to work together and grow, and encourage participation in the development of open source cloud computing.
The agenda is as follows:
|Session Number||Session Name||Speaker||Start Time (ET)|
|1||Introduction||Brian Stevens, Red Hat CTO||9:30 AM|
|2||Industry Overview||Matthew Aslett, Industry Analyst, The 451 Group||09:45 AM|
|3||Cloud Core Services||Jeff Garzik, Red Hat Kernel Engineer||10:30 AM|
|4||Cobbler||Michael DeHaan, Red Hat Software Engineer||11:00 AM|
|5||Condor||Matt Farrellee, Red Hat Software Engineer||11:30 AM|
|6||Eucalyptus||Rich Wolski, CTO, Eucalyptus||12:00 PM|
|7||Hadoop||Mike Olson, CTO, Cloudera||12:30 PM|
|8||KVM||Chris Wright, Red Hat Senior Software Engineer||1:00 PM|
|9||Libvirt||Hugh Brock, Red Hat Engineering Manager||1:30 PM|
|10||Compiere||Sunny Gosain, EVP, Products, Technology, Services, Compiere||2:00 PM|
|11||Thincrust||Bryan Kearney, Red Hat Principal Software Arch.||2:30 PM|
|12||Zmanda||Chander Kant, CEO, Zmanda||3:00 PM|
|13||Conclusion||Brian Stevens, Red Hat CTO||3:30 PM|
The forum will be held in an online webinar format, with all presentations recorded and available for playback. If you wish to attend please register here.
We look forward to you joining us on July 22, or viewing the recorded presentations after the event. For more information, visit here.