Chicago, IL

August 20 – 22, 2014

CloudOpen is the only event providing an education and collaboration space designed specifically to advance the open cloud. It is a conference celebrating and gathering together the open source projects, products, technologies and companies who comprise the cloud and are driving the cloud and big data ecosystems today and tomorrow. CloudOpen offers over 60 sessions (including talk, hands-on tutorials, and keynotes) covering Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage & Filesystems, DevOps, Management Tools, Virtualization, best practices from the world of Linux and traditional open source and much more.

What Technologies and Topics are covered at CloudOpen?

Any and all that include and/or affect the open source cloud including: Linux, KVM, Xen, Hadoop, Puppet, Chef, Gluster, Juju, Devops, Big Data, Cloud Storage Filesystems, Cloud platforms (Eucalyptus, OpenStack, CloudStack, CloudFoundry, Amazon Web Services) and much more…

Who Attends CloudOpen?

Software Developers deploying and developing open cloud solutions, IT operations professionals and IT architects responsible for deploying cloud solutions, CIOs/CTOs/VPs of Technology/Directors of Engineering at open cloud companies, Storage and network managers…everyone and everyone who has an interest in the development, advancement and future of open cloud solutions.

CloudOpen & LinuxCon
CloudOpen is the only event dedicated specifically to the open source projects, technologies and companies that make up the cloud. At the intersection of cloud computing and open source are Linux, so it was a no-brainer to co-locate CloudOpen with LinuxCon – a place where many of the folks working in open source cloud technologies were already gathering – in essence to create one larger event. CloudOpen attendees get full access to the additional content (over 100 sessions), attendees and collaboration opportunities available with LinuxCon. There is no separate cost or registration fee – just a lot more opportunity! For more information on LinuxCon, click here.