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OpenStack Summit Brings Fastest-Growing Open Source Cloud Community To Hong Kong

openstack_cloudThe next OpenStack Summit will bring together the brightest technical minds to discuss the future of cloud computing, November 5-8, 2013, in Hong Kong. With OpenStack software quickly gaining adoption around the world, the Summit agenda will feature case studies from users like Ctrip, PayPal, Workday and Yahoo!, alongside visionary CTOs and technical leaders from companies like Canonical, Cisco, HP, Huawei, IBM, Red Hat and VMware.

Brocade[3]In little more than three years since its launch, the OpenStack community has quickly become the center of cloud innovation with nearly 70 global user groups and 12,000 community members across 130 countries. An increasing number of user groups, community members and technology companies based in the Asia-Pacific region are playing a key role in this success.

The OpenStack Summit has become the premier event to:

Attend hands-on workshops for cloud architecture, DevOps and application development Have face-to-face conversations with OpenStack experts and prominent users Network, recruit and discover job opportunities in the growing community Compare OpenStack-based products and services from leading technology companies itvoice

Learn about and influence the OpenStack roadmap

Speakers from leading technology companies and enterprises will cover topics such as cloud strategy and business transformation, running clouds at service-provider scale, building cloud applications, deployment best practices, software-defined networking, security and DevOps.

Registration for the OpenStack Summit is now open. There are two levels of passes: the Full Access pass that offers four days of keynotes, breakout sessions and workshops, and a new two-day pass with access to the general session track and expo hall. The general session track will offer simultaneous translation from English to Mandarin. The early registration discount ends October 4, and prices will increase for both tickets.

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