[Starlingx-discuss] Upcoming OSF Event: OpenDev + PTG, June 8-11 in Vancouver
allison at openstack.org
Thu Jan 23 18:08:23 UTC 2020
Join us this June in Vancouver for OpenDev + PTG, and grab your early bird tickets now <https://www.eventbrite.com/e/opendev-ptg-vancouver-2020-tickets-88923270897>!
OpenDev + PTG is a new collaborative event organized by the OpenStack Foundation gathering developers, system architects, and operators to address common open source infrastructure challenges.
June 8-11, 2020
Vancouver Convention Centre - East Building
OpenDev will include discussion oriented sessions around a particular topic to explore a problem within a topic area, share common architectures, and collaborate around potential solutions. This OpenDev will focus specifically on the following Tracks, spanning open source projects, including Airship, Ansible, Ceph, Kata Containers, Kubernetes, OpenStack, StarlingX, and Zuul:
Large-scale Usage of Open Source Infrastructure Software
Containers in Production
Key Challenges for Open Source in 2020
The conversations will continue into the afternoon with the Project Teams Gathering (PTG) <https://www.openstack.org/ptg>. This is when the morning’s practices will be explored by project teams, SIGs and other workgroups who will have dedicated space to get work done in a productive setting, maximizing the ability of contributors to work through their project objectives in an environment that is focused towards work and productivity.
Interested in Sponsoring?
Sponsoring these events will help ensure the continued growth and success of open source infrastructure projects. A sponsorship prospectus will be available soon. If your organization is interested in participating and supporting the open infrastructure community, please contact events at openstack.org <mailto:events at openstack.org>.
P.S. - Stay tuned for more info on OSF’s Q4 event, the Open Infrastructure Summit you know and love!
See you in Vancouver!
The OpenStack Foundation
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