The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization “enabling mass innovation through open source,” has announced the program for Open Source Summit North America, taking place September 11-14 in Los Angeles, California.
The Linux Foundation Open Source Summit is an open source technical conference in North America, gathering 2,000 developers, operators and community leadership professionals to collaborate, share information and learn about the latest in open technologies, including Linux, containers, cloud computing and more.
This is the first year for Open Source Summit, which combines the existing LinuxCon, ContainerCon and CloudOpen conferences with the all new Open Community Conference and Diversity Empowerment Summit.
Over 200 educational sessions are on offer at Open Source Summit. In addition to previously announced keynote sessions, breakouts will be offered across technical, leadership and professional open source tracks.
The Open Source Summit session highlights would include:
- Dan Cauchy, Automotive Grade Linux – The Open Road to Autonomous Driving
- Gabriel Krisman Bertazi, Collabora – Code Detective: How to Investigate Linux Performance Issues
- Guy Martin, Autodesk – Aim to Be an Open Source Zero
- How to Fail Fast and Rise Again – A Case Study on Transforming to Cloud Native – Ken Owens, Cisco DevNet
- Nithya Ruff, Comcast – First 90 Days – Building an OSS Practice
- Ruth Suehle, Red Hat – Raspberry Pi Hacks
- Alex Ellis, AD – From Zero to Serverless in 60 Seconds, Anywhere
- Choose Your Own Adventure: Finding the Right Path to Containerization – Erica von Buelow, CoreOS
- Daniel Whitenack, Pachyderm – Data Science: A Containerized, Cloud-Native Approach
The full lineup of sessions during the Open Source Summit event can be viewed here.