Date: May 21-24
Location: Vancouver, BC
Venue: Vancouver Convention Centre East
Event Link: https://www.openstack.org/summit/vancouver-2018
OpenStack Summit is the leading event in Open Infrastructure, bringing together the builders and operators for sessions and workshops on containers, CI/CD, telecom & NFV, public cloud, multi-cloud and more.
Canonical is excited to be returning to Vancouver for the OpenStack Summit Vancouver. Today, Ubuntu is at the heart of the world’s largest OpenStack clouds, in key sectors such as finance, media, retail and telecommunications. With Ubuntu the number one platform for OpenStack and also the number one platform for public clouds, Canonical is a leader in building and operating multi-clouds. Canonical provides consulting, training, enterprise support and remote operations, to help enterprises focus on what matters most — their applications, not the infrastructure.
With the move of compute towards the edge and the emergence of a new class of workloads with AI / ML, building clouds that can adapt to new hardware whether small edge nodes or GPUs is going to be on everyone’s agenda at Openstack Summit. The recent releases of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, OpenStack Queens, and Canonical’s Distribution of Kubernetes are the perfect match to address these requirements and this will be the opportunity to see them in action.
Coming to OpenStack Summit Vancouver? Take a look at some of the demos and keynotes to look forward to!
- Harnessing GPUs to build Multi-cloud AI infrastructure
- Migrating from VMware to Canonical OpenStack
- Running low cost edge compute with ARM servers
- Lowering the operational cost of private cloud using Canonical’s tools & services
- Monday, May 21 – Opening keynote by Mark Shuttleworth
- Monday, May 21 – OpenStack Charms: Project Update – Join Canonical’s Technical Architect James Page for the latest updates in OpenStack’s Juju Charms. More info
- Wednesday, May 23- Leading Edge Design: Architectural experiences from a top 5 carrier – Join Canonical’s Field Product Manager Mark Baker and Verizon Wireless Technical Staffer Fatih E. Nar for a look at best practice architectures for edge computing from a telco perspective. More info
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