OpenNebula Conference 2013: Last Chance to Register for Gold-Packages!

The OpenNebula Conference has just announced that the registration for Gold-Packages will close on Thursday, August 22nd, at 1:00 PM CEST. For all of you, who would like to join the OpenNebula Conf and interested in a ticket including accommodation, the upcoming Thursday will be the very last chance to get them!

For more information regarding the tickets and the current registration, please have a look at the Conference page.

The first OpenNebula Conference will deliver its educational content through 6 keynotes, 2 tracks with 16 regular talks, 1 hands-on tutorial and 3 community sessions (see this page for more details).

  • Keynotes speakers include Daniel Concepción from Produban – Bank Santander Group, Thomas Higdon from Akamai, Steven Timm from FermiLab, André von Deetzen from Deutsche Post E-Post, Jordi Farrés from European Space Agency, Karanbir Singh from CentOS Project, and Ignacio M. Llorente and Rubén S. Montero from the OpenNebula Project.
  • The talks are organized in three tracks about user experiences and case studies, integration with other cloud tools, and interoperability and HPC clouds and include speakers from leading organizations like CloudWeavers, Terradue, NetWays, INRIA, BBC, inovex, AGS Group, Hedera, NetOpenServices, CESNET or CESCA.
  • The Hands-on Tutorial will show how to build, configure and operate your own OpenNebula cloud.
  • The lightning talks, hacking and open space sessions will provide an opportunity to present lightning talks, discuss burning ideas, and meet face to face to discuss development.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available, and you can check the conference page for full details about registration.

We look forward to welcoming you personally in Berlin!

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  1. Loyd
    Loyd says:

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