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Scheduled Co-Located Summits
Linux Security Summit 2014 - Monday & Tuesday, August 18-19
The Linux Security Summit (LSS) is a technical forum for collaboration between Linux developers, researchers, and end users. Its primary aim is to foster community efforts in analyzing and solving Linux security challenges.
The event is free to attend; simply add your attendance to your LinuxCon + CloudOpen registration form to guarantee your spot.
Xen Project Developer Summit - Monday & Tuesday, August 18-19
The Xen Project Developer Summit, brings together the Xen Project’s community of developers and power users for their annual developer conference. The conference is about sharing ideas and the latest developments, sharing experience, planning, collaboration and above all to have fun and to meet the community that defines the Xen Project.
Linux Kernel Summit - Monday to Wednesday, August 18-20
The Linux Kernel Summit brings together the world's leading core kernel developers to discuss the state of the existing kernel and plan the next development cycle.
#MesosCon - Thursday, August 21
#MesosCon fosters greater collaboration around Apache Mesos, bringing together users and developers to learn and share while accelerating growth of the project's ecosystem.
The conference will feature a morning workshop format to getting started with Mesos, a keynote, and afternoon talks to feature work happening in the community in both the core and ecosystem of frameworks.
OpenDaylight Mini Summit - Thursday, August 21
The OpenDaylight Mini-Summit is a one-day track, with presentations covering OpenDaylight and SDN, architecture and the upcoming code releases, and technical dives into virtualized networks, and more.
The OpenDaylight Project, an open source Collaborative Project at The Linux Foundation, aims to accelerate adoption of software-defined networking (SDN), creating a more transparent approach, fostering new innovation and reducing risk by developing a common, open SDN framework consisting of code and blueprints. Learn more.
UEFI Mini-Summit - Friday, August 22
The UEFI Mini-Summit is a full-day session with five presentations covering the latest UEFI and ACPI developments, including tools and resources available to the Linux community.
This free session is open to all conference attendees as well as members of the press. The Mini-Summit is hosted by the UEFI Forum, a non-profit industry standards organization responsible for developing and managing the UEFI and ACPI specifications.