Agenda for Upcoming Cloud TechDays in USA & Canada

We are pleased to announce the agenda for the upcoming Cloud Technology Days that will be held in April in USA and Canada:

They feature a 4-hour hands-on tutorial in which you will learn how to install and configure an OpenNebula Cloud from scratch, and presentations from community members and users.

The event in Dallas, TX is hosted by Improving, a complete IT services firm, offering training, consulting, recruiting, and project services. The event is also sponsored by Digital Ocean, a cloud infrastructure provider focused on simplifying web infrastructure for software developers. In addition to the hands-on tutorial that will be held in the morning we will have the following talks during the afternoon:

  • Javier Fontán from OpenNebula Systems will talk about Customizing Virtual Machine Images and Docker Machine and Swarm on OpenNebula

 

The event in Toronto, Canada is hosted by Canada151 Data Centers, which provides carrier neutral, highly redundant Colocation and Disaster Recovery services from their West Toronto facility.  The event is also sponsored by Solgenia, a Cloud technology provider specializing in SaaS, PaaS and IaaS solutions. In addition to the hands-on tutorial that will be held in the morning we will have the following talks during the afternoon:

  • Khoder Shamy from Fuze (formerly ThinkingPhones) will share how they leverage OpenNebula open-source project in the rapidly growing global private infrastructure at Fuze
  • Javier Fontán from OpenNebula Systems will talk about Customizing Virtual Machine Images and Docker Machine and Swarm on OpenNebula
  • Presentation about Canada151 Data Centers
  • Varadarajan Narayanan from Wayz Infratek will talk about Hyperconvergence and OpenNebula
  • Presentation about Solgenia Private Cloud and Data Centers

Throughout the day, Canada151 will be conducting tours of the data center for interested parties.

 

The event in Cambridge, MA is hosted by Harvard Research Computing, which was established in 2007 as part of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences (FAS) Division of Science in Harvard University with the founding principle of facilitating the advancement of complex research by providing leading edge computing services. In addition to the hands-on tutorial that will be held in the morning we will have the following talks during the afternoon:

  • John Noss from Research Computing at Harvard will talk about their experience with OpenNebula in Research Computing
  • Dan Kelleher from Research Computing at Harvard will talk abouth the Corona Project
  • Roy Keene from Knight Point will talk about OpenNebula: The Integrator’s Story
  • Jaime Melis from OpenNebula Systems will talk about Docker Machine and Swarm on OpenNebula
  • Javier Fontán from OpenNebula Systems will talk about Customizing Virtual Machine Images

 

Many thanks to Improving, DigitalOceanCanada151 Data Centers, Solgenia and Research Computing at Harvard University for hosting and sponsoring these events.

Looking forward to seeing you there, these are three community events you cannot miss! Seats are limited, register ASAP!

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