In 2012, The Linux Foundation introduced a new annual technical conference, CloudOpen, designed to provide a collaboration and education space to advance the open cloud. CloudOpen Japan is a conference celebrating and exploring the open source projects, technologies and companies who make up the cloud. It’s built on a belief that open works: for users, for industry and for technology. CloudOpen Japan brings together the open source projects, products and companies that are driving the cloud and big data ecosystems today, along with best practices from the world of traditional open source.
Technologies and Topics That Will Be Covered at CloudOpen Japan:
- Operating systems (e.g. Linux, CoreOS, OSv)
- CGroups/Containers (e.g. Docker, LXC)
- Hypervisors (e.g. Xen, KVM, VMWare)
- Filesystems, Storage, And Big Data (e.g. Gluster, Hadoop, Ceph, Riak, Open Compute, MySQL, MongoDB, MariaDB, Mesos)
- Open Source Cloud And SDN (e.g. OpenDaylight, OpenStack Neutron, Open vSwitch, OpenFlow)
- Deployment And Automation Tools (e.g. Puppet, Chef, Juju, SaltStack, Ganeti, Atomic, OVirt)
- IaaS and PaaS (e.g. OpenStack, CloudStack, OpenNebula, CloudFoundry, OpenShift, Apache Stratos)
Software Developers deploying and developing open cloud solutions, IT ops professionals/IT architects responsible for deploying cloud solutions, CIOs/CTOs/Directors of Engineering, VPs of technology, Storage and network managers.