Date: November 13 – 15, 2018
Location: Berlin, Germany
OpenStack Summit Berlin
Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, is headlining the main event of the season, OpenStack Summit Berlin, November 13 – 15, 2018.
As a founding member, we are passionate about OpenStack and talking to its users about the latest trends, challenges, and finding ways in which we can help each other.
Ubuntu is at the heart of the world’s largest OpenStack clouds in key sectors such as finance, media, retail and telecoms. With Ubuntu the number one platform for OpenStack and public clouds, Canonical is a leader in building and operating multi-clouds.
Canonical provides consulting, training, enterprise support and remote operations, to help enterprises focus on what matters most — their applications, not the infrastructure.
With the move of compute to the edge, and the emergence of new workloads such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, it is more important than ever to be able to build clouds that are capable of adapting to new hardware.
We had some amazing conversations earlier this year in Vancouver and we hope to have many more in Berlin.
The Summit will be buzzing with activities and the Ubuntu team at Canonical will be offering plenty.
You can join us for:
CEO & Founder, Mark Shuttleworth’s Keynote – Wednesday morning
In booth demos with our engineering experts
Fireside chats with the Canonical team
And don’t forget, BINGO – with our partner Trilio
So grab your coats, gloves and jet over to Berlin to join us at the OpenStack Summit! Our team will be at Booth B10! Click below to pre-book your meeting.
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