The Linux Foundation's LinuxCon, CloudOpen Conferences are Approaching

Sam Dean | OStatic | July 6, 2012

If you're looking for a good way to close out the summer on a high note, keep in mind that the LinuxCon and CloudOpen conferences are taking place together in San Diego, Calif., August 29-31. And, The Linux Foundation has finalized the complete programs and keynote confirmations for the events. Here are the details on what looks like a good time if you're into Linux and the cloud.

CloudOpen, one of several emerging events focused on cloud computing, is targeted to cover open source, standards and APIs in the cloud. It's especially designed for software developers and IT managers responsible for deploying and developing cloud solutions. The event is being run in parallel with LinuxCon in San Diego.

According to The Linux Foundation's schedule, the keynote confirmations for LinuxCon and CloudOpen include:

  • Linux creator Linus Torvalds has been confirmed to join a Linux kernel panel moderated by James Bottomley, CTO of Server Virtualization at Parallels. This panel will include key kernel maintainers who will share the results of discussions that take place at the co-located Kernel Summit...