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Live Video Stream

The Linux Foundation will provide live video streaming of the keynote sessions from Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit on February 18th.

Keynote Schedule

  9:00am –  9:30am State of Linux - Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation
Speakers: Jim Zemlin
  9:30am –  10:00am Embracing Open Innovation in Robotics and UAV - Chris Anderson, CEO at 3D Robotics
Speakers: Chris Anderson
 10:00am –  10:30am Containers and the Changing Server Landscape - Alex Polvi, CEO at CoreOS
Speakers: Alex Polvi
 11:00am –  11:30am Software at Scale: The Open Source Imperative - Stephen O'Grady, Principal Analyst & Cofounder, RedMonk
Speakers: Stephen O'Grady
 11:30am –  12:15pm Panel: The Future of Open Networking and Cloud Infrastructure - Nolan Leake, Cumulus Networks; Stefano Maffulli, OpenStack; Chris Price, Ericsson; Chris Wright, Red Hat; Neela Jacques, OpenDaylight Project (Moderator)
Moderators: Neela Jacques 
Speakers: Nolan Leake, Stefano Maffulli, Chris Price, Chris Wright
  1:45pm –  2:15pm Open Source at Facebook - Blake Matheny, Engineering Director at Facebook & James Pearce, Head of Open Source at Facebook
Speakers: Blake Matheny, James Pearce
  2:15pm –  3:00pm Panel: Containers, PaaS, and the Future of Application Development - Lauren Cooney, Cisco; Craig McLuckie, Google; Steven Pousty, Red Hat; James Watters, Pivotal; Stephen O'Grady, Red Monk (Moderator)
Moderators: Stephen O'Grady 
Speakers: Lauren Cooney, Craig McLuckie, Steven Pousty, James Watters
  3:30pm –  4:15pm The Kernel Report - Jon Corbet, Editor at LWN.net
Speakers: Jonathan Corbet, LWN.net
  4:15pm –  5:00pm Panel: The Future of IoT (or Mr. Jevons' Elephant is Knocking at the Door) - Glen Allmendinger, Harbor Research; David Goswick, CEO, HOUZE; Noah Harlan, Founder, Two Bulls; Art Lancster, CTO, Affinegy; Philip DesAutels, The Linux Foundation
Moderators: Philip DesAutels 
Speakers: Glen Allmendinger, David Goswick, Noah Harlan, Art Lancaster

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