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OpenStack Summit auf dem Weg nach Europa; Community-Abstimmung über mehr als 1.100 Vorschläge für Redebeiträge läuft

Zum ersten Mal kommt der OpenStack® Summit nach Europa. Der 10. OpenStack Summit findet vom 3. bis zum 7. November 2014 im Palais des Congrès und im Le Méridien in Paris statt. Die einwöchige Veranstaltung bringt Nutzer und Entwickler sowie Führungskräfte von Telekommunikationsunternehmen und IT-Vorstandsmitglieder von IT-Unternehmen aus der ganzen Branche zusammen, um gemeinsam an der Zukunft des Cloud-Computing zu arbeiten.

Der OpenStack Summit in Paris bietet Grundsatzpräsentationen, Arbeitsgruppen und Workshops zum Thema Business Value, Einsatz-Fallstudien, Entwicklung bewährter Methoden und technische How-tos, um den Schwung in der Nutzercommunity von OpenStack zu verdeutlichen und den Fahrplan für die 11. Version der Software zu entwickeln, die für das Frühjahr 2015 geplant ist.

Auf den Call for Papers kamen über 1.100 Einsendungen, die unter anderem folgende Themen abdecken:

  • Entwickler von Cloud-Anwendungen und Anwendungen
  • Cloud-Strategien in der Telekommunikation, unter anderem Virtualisierung von Funktionen im Netzwerk (Network Functions Virtualization, NFV)
  • Unternehmens-Fallstudien und bewährte Methoden auf dem Weg zum Einsatz der Cloud in Unternehmen
  • Datenhoheit und Datenschutz-Angelegenheiten

Die Abstimmung über die Arbeitsgruppen läuft jetzt, so dass die Mitglieder der OpenStack Community die nach Kategorien sortierten Einreichungen durchgehen und ihr Feedback geben können.

Informationen zu ermäßigten Preisen für eine frühe Registrierung sowie zu Sponsorschaften finden Sie auf der Website des OpenStack Summit Paris.

Europas starker Anteil am Wachstum der OpenStack Community

Der Summit zieht tausende von Teilnehmern aus aller Welt an. Der letzte des zweimal jährlich abgehaltenen Summit fand im Mai in Atlanta, Georgia (USA), statt und zog mehr als 4.500 Nutzer, Entwickler und IT-Vorstandsmitglieder von Serviceanbietern, führenden Telekommunikationsfirmen und Unternehmen an. Ein Video-Zusammenschnitt des Gipfels in Atlanta sowie Sitzungs-Videos und -slides zeigen das hohe Engagement der Nutzer und die Energie, von der die Community erfüllt ist.

Die OpenStack Community ist global und Europa gehört zu den stärkten Nutzer- und Branchen-Umfeldern. In Paris befindet sich eine der aktivsten lokalen Nutzergruppen, und in der Stadt findet eine etablierte OpenStack-Veranstaltungsreihe statt, die Pioniere des Cloud-Computing zusammengebracht hat. Das Interesse an Open Source und Cloud von Regierungen und Verwaltungen wächst in ganz Europa. OpenStack hat einen intensive Inanspruchnahme von Telekommunikationsunternehmen auf dem ganzen Kontinent erlebt, teilweise durch Probleme bei der Datenhoheit verursacht.

Veranstaltungsressourcen

Früh registrieren und sparen // Die frühe Registrierung zum ermäßigten Preis ist jetzt möglich und bietet Ihnen jeweils Ermäßigungen für die Pässe „Full Access“ und „Keynote+Expo“.

Den Summit sponsern // Es gibt Möglichkeiten, als Sponsor in Erscheinung zu treten, um gleichzeitig die Veranstaltung zu unterstützen und sich Sichtbarkeit bei den Besuchern des Summit zu sichern. Die Frist für die Anmeldung als Sponsor läuft am 19. September ab. (Genauere Informationen hierzu entnehmen Sie bitte dem Sponsoren-Prospekt und dem Sponsoren-Webinar.)

Pässe für Presse und Analysten // Es ist eine begrenzte Anzahl von Pässen für Presse und Analysten für den Besuch des OpenStack Summit Paris verfügbar. Kontaktieren Sie uns bitte unter [email protected], um weitere Informationen zu erhalten.

Über OpenStack®

OpenStack ist eine Open-Source-Software für die Einrichtung öffentlicher und privater Clouds. Die von OpenStack betriebenen Clouds ermöglichen es Unternehmen, neue Produkte schnell auf den Markt zu bringen, neue Funktionen hinzufügen und die internen Systeme zu verbessern sowie dabei zugleich die Technologie-Abhängigkeit zu verringern. Hinter OpenStack stehen eine unabhängige Stiftung und eine globale Community mit über 17.000 Mitgliedern, die von 347 Unternehmen in insgesamt 140 Ländern unterstützt wird. OpenStack ist die einzige Open-Source-Cloud-Plattform, die von allen IT-Marktführern unterstützt wird.

Im Superuser, der Publikation von OpenStack, werden die Firmen aufgelistet, die sich bereits auf OpenStack verlassen. Der OpenStack Marketplace bietet weitergehende Informationen zu den Anbietern sowie Tools zum Produktvergleich.

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