The Linux Foundation Announces Conference Schedule for Open Source Summit North America 2022

The leading vendor-neutral open source event for technical and community contributors continues to focus on covering the most critical topics, innovative technologies and pivotal open source projects through its 14 sub-conferences.

SAN FRANCISCO, April 21, 2022 —  The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced the full schedule for Open Source Summit North America, the leading conference for open source developers and community leaders, taking place June 21-24 in Austin, Texas and virtually. The schedule can be viewed here and the previously announced keynote speakers can be viewed here.

Comprised of 14 events, including LinuxCon, Embedded Linux Conference, SupplyChainSecurityCon, CloudOpen, OSPOCon, Emerging OS Forum, ContainerCon and more, Open Source Summit North America 2022 will cover the most important and cutting edge topics and technologies touching open source today.  The schedule features 300 talks (keynote presentations, conference sessions, tutorials, and BoFs) and includes something for everyone, across a range of topics and skill levels.

“The 14 events that make up Open Source Summit North America’s conference umbrella cover the open source projects and technologies that are fundamental across software and other industries, while also highlighting those that are poised for growth and widespread use. The event provides the collaborative environment and knowledge sharing needed to drive innovation across the fold,” says Angela Brown, SVP & General Manager of Events at The Linux Foundation.

2022 Conference Session Highlights Include:

  • LinuxCon: Memory Folios – Matthew Wilcox, Oracle
  • CloudOpen: Peta Scale Telemetry Backend With Opentelemetry – Kranti Vikram Anugola & Weain Deng, Walmart Global Tech
  • Embedded Linux Conference: V4L2 M2M as the Driver Framework for Video Processing IP – Karthik Poduval, Amazon Lab126
  • OSPOCon: F5’s Open Source Journey – Christine Abernathy, F5, Inc.
  • Open AI + Data Forum: Delta Lake: Diving into Data Lakes Without the Downsides – Kelly O’Malley, Databricks
  • SupplyChainSecurityCon: Authenticating Supply-Chain Metadata: Building Remote Code Attestations on GitHub – Asra Ali & Laurent Simon, Google
  • Embedded IoT Summit: AI/ML at the Extreme Edge with WebAssembly: A Path Forward – Michael Tanenbaum, Mycelial
  • Global Security Vulnerability Summit: Scalable Management of Vulnerabilities in Open Source – Oliver Chang, Google & Kate Catlin, GitHub
  • Emerging OS Forum: OpenCost: An Open Source Tool for Your K8s Cost Management Problem – Webb Brown & Ajay Tripathy, Stackwatch
  • Diversity Empowerment Summit: “Did You Miss My Comment or What?” Understanding Toxicity in Open Source Discussions – Courtney Miller, Carnegie Mellon University
  • ContainerCon: Sustainability the Container Native Way – Huamin Chen, Red Hat & Chen Wang, IBM
  • Community Leadership Conference: Scaling Your Community From a Few Hundred to Tens of Thousands – Anna Filippova, dbt Labs
  • Open Source On-Ramp: Peeling Back the Layers of Storage – John Hawley, VMware
  • Critical Software Summit: Using FOSS as Part of a System Safety Mechanism – Paul Albertella, Codethink

2022 Keynote Speakers Include:

  • Alena Analeigh, Founder, Brown STEM Girl
  • Jennings Aske, Senior Vice President & Chief Information Security Officer, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
  • Aeva Black, Open Source Hacker, Ethical Agitator, and Consent Advocate
  • Eric Brewer, Vice President of Infrastructure, Google
  • Matt Butcher, Chief Executive Officer, Fermyon Technologies
  • Taylor Dolezal, Head of Ecosystem, Cloud Native Computing Foundation
  • Melissa Evers, Vice President & General Manager, Strategy to Execution, Software and Advanced Technology Group, Intel Corporation
  • Amy Gilliland, President, General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT)
  • Orion Jean, TIME 2021 Kid of the Year, Author and Kindness Activist
  • Todd Moore, Vice President – Open Technology and Developer Advocacy, CTO DEG, IBM
  • Melissa Smolensky, Vice President, Corporate Marketing, GitLab
  • Linus Torvalds, Creator of Linux & Git in conversation with Dirk Hohndel, Founder, DH Consulting
  • Chris Wright, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Red Hat

Additional keynote speakers will be announced in the coming weeks. 

Registration (in-person) is offered at the early price of $850 through April 26. Registration to attend virtually is $25. Members of The Linux Foundation receive a 20 percent discount off registration and can contact to request a member discount code. 

Applications for diversity and need-based scholarships are currently being accepted. For information on eligibility and how to apply, please click here. The Linux Foundation’s Travel Fund is also accepting applications, with the goal of enabling open source developers and community members to attend events that they would otherwise be unable to attend due to a lack of funding. To learn more and apply, please click here.

Health and Safety
In-person attendees will be required to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus and will need to comply with all on-site health measures, in accordance with The Linux Foundation Code of Conduct. To learn more, visit the Health & Safety webpage.

Event Sponsors
Open Source Summit North America 2022 is made possible thanks to our sponsors, including Diamond Sponsors: Google and IBM, Platinum Sponsors: Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Databricks, Intel and Red Hat, and Gold Sponsors: Camunda, Checkmarx, Coder, Dell Technologies, GitLab, InfluxData, Kubecost, Styra and Whitesource. For information on becoming an event sponsor, click here or email us.

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