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The next OpenShift Commons Gathering has been set for Paris, France, March 19, 2024. This event will take place on the first day of KubeCon EU, at the Gaumont Aquaboulevard theaters. This event brings together open source contributors, enterprise users and project leads to discuss how OpenShift and its ecosystem are evolving and helping users expand their compute capabilities worldwide.

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Check out the agenda for the March 19 event, below:

Agenda

TimeSession TitlePresenter(s)
9:00 AMRegistration Opens 
9:30 AMWelcome to the Commons: Collaboration in ActionKarena Angell, Red Hat
9:40 AMOpenShift: The Road Ahead and Release Update

Stu Miniman

Adel Zaalouk

Harriet Lawrence

Stevan LeMeur, Red Hat

10:20 AMKeynote: iDirect Case StudyPeter de Cleyn, iDirect
10:40 AMCoffee Break 
11:00 AMLightning Talk: OpenShift AIJeremy Eder, Red Hat
11:10 AMDeploying Text Generation Inference on KubernetesGuillaume Salou, Hugging Face
11:30 PMCase Study: OpenShift AI at AirbusAlexandre Barbier and Sébastien Delacraz, Airbus
11:50 PMCase Study: ABBVikas Maurya, ABB
12:10 PMPanel: IOWNRyousuke Kurebayashi (NTT), Clara Li (Intel), Naoki Oguchi (Fujitsu), Daniel Froehlich (Red Hat)
12:30 PMNetworking Lunch 
1:30 PMCase Study: Airbus/CapgeminiAlexandre Barbier, Airbus Helicopters and Jonathan Le Lous, Capgemini
1:50 PMCase Study: From Mainframe to OpenShift - A Three Year JourneyLaurent Charfi, Swiss Central Compensation Office
2:10 PMCase Study: Keycloak at BreuningerSascha Schmidt and Felix Peters, Breuninger
2:30 PMCase Study: BechtleAndré Alfter, Bechtle
2:50 PMLightning Talk: Observability at AmadeusAugustin Husson, Amadeus
3:10 PMCoffee Break 
3:20 PMLightning Talk: Wasm at SVAJasper Wiegratz, SVA
3:30 PMPanel: Platform EngineeringLian Li, Thomas Schuetz, Mauricio Salatino, Atul Sharma
3:50 PMCase Study: InditexTBD
4:10 PMLightning Talk: Speeding up SELinux in OpenShiftJan Safranek, Red Hat
4:20 PMAMA Panel with Red Hat Engineers, PMs, Project Leads and Guest SpeakersKarena Angell + Guests
5:00 PMEvening Reception and Networking Event 

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