Monday, May 27 - Tuesday, May 28, 2013
The Automotive Linux Summit will bring together the most innovative minds from automotive expertise and open-source excellence, including automotive systems engineers, Linux experts, R&D managers, business executives, open-source licensing and compliance specialists and community developers. The Automotive Linux Summit will deliver attendees top-notch speaking talent (from across Japan, Asia and the entire globe), innovative and abundant program content, and a wide variety of opportunities to connect with peers.
If you are interested in attending ALS Spring 2013 prior to LinuxCon Japan 2013, you will have the option to register via the LinuxCon/CloudOpen Japan registration form for a discounted fee of US$200.
Monday, May 27, 2013
The Open Compute Project Foundation will host an engineering workshop to build on the community. The goals of the engineering summit are:
Increased community participation and stickiness.
Increase the OCP technology portfolio; depth and breadth of specifications and charters.
Drive the product-ionization of OCP’s specifications. A good example here is the Intel’s interconnect technology that enables Sipho.
Solidify specification versioning pipeline, release process, naming conventions.
Take into account/understand the suppliers needs and OCP partners needs; AMDs Roadrunner and the associated release and deployment is a good example here.
Implementation of OCP’s legal framework (CLA’s, OWFa’s).
Building out/addressing technologies for new sectors.
Gluster Workshop 2013
Friday, May 31, 2013
GlusterFS is an open source, distributed file system capable of scaling to several petabytes (actually, 72 brontobytes!) and handling thousands of clients. In this workshop, attendees will learn about the Gluster project's history, roadmap and architecture. Presentations will include a deep dive into the latest release of GlusterFS, GlusterFS from the Systems Administrator's perspective, Gluster FS as a development platform and Storage in OpenStack and oVirt environments. Attendees will also be treated to use case talks from organizations using Gluster in production.
Presented by Red Hat, this workshop will take place from 9:00am-5:00pm on Friday, May 31st. Registration is free, and can be added directly to your LinuxCon/CloudOpen Japan registration form.
Thursday, May 30 and Friday, May 31, 2013
The Tizen Developer Lab is an in-depth, hands-on overview of the excellent tools and APIs available today for developers creating applications for Tizen based systems. It includes a look at the Tizen SDK features (now available for Mac, Wndows, and Ubuntu), a review of both the Tizen Native and Web APIs, porting tips and tricks, a developer contents, and more. Join us, and discover the rich development environment available for Tizen developers!
You are not required to register separately for these events. Space is limited, so please arrive the the Orchid 3 room early in order to participate. Attendance is free.
Thursday, May 30 - 2:00-5:00pm - Tizen Developer Lab
Friday, May 31 - 9:00am-1:00pm - Tizen Hackathon