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Monday, Sept. 21:
- FREE: 9:00 AM - Welcome Keynote: Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation
- FREE: 9:15 AM - Keynote - Regarding Clouds, Mainframes, and Desktops ... and Linux: Bob Sutor, VP of Open Source & Linux, IBM
- 10:30 AM - Keeping Open Source Open: Keith Bergelt, CEO, Open Invention Network and Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation
- 11:30 AM - Cloud Applications - A Natural for Open So: Bernard Golden, CEO, HyperStratus
- FREE: 1:30 PM - Keynote - How to Shine in a Crowded Field: Imad Sousou, Director of Intel's Open Source Technology Center (OTC), Intel Corporation
- FREE: 2:00 PM - Roundtable - The Linux Kernel: Straight From the Source: Linus Torvalds, Greg Kroah-Hartman, Chris Wright, Jonathan Corbet, J.E.J. Bottomley, Arjan van de Ven
- 3:30 PM - Virtually Impossible? Successfully Managing the Virtual Data Center: Javier Soltero, Co-founder and CEO, Hyperic
- 4:30 PM - Disk wiping: A Story with a Cast of Thousands: Gary Smith
Tuesday, Sept. 22:
- FREE: 9:00 AM - Keynote - A Musical Guide to the Future of Linux: Joe Brockmeier, Community Manager, openSUSE
- 10:15 AM - The Multi-Source Development Model: The Future of Linux: L. Philip Odence
- 11:15 AM - How to Contribute to the Linux Kernel, and why it Makes Economic Sense: J.E.J. Bottomley
- FREE: 1:30 PM - Beyond the Hype: The True Cost of Linux and Open Source: Matt Asay, Alfresco and Noah Broadwater, VP Information Services, Sesame Workshop
- 2:45 PM - Managing Compliance and Governance of Open Source in the Corporation: John Ellis, Rockett Esteben, Motorola
- 3:45 PM - Transforming Your Company with Open Source: Kartik Subbarao
- FREE: 4:45 PM - Keynote - Building a More Agile Web Experience While Driving Down Costs: Noah Broadwater, VP Information Services, Sesame Workshop
Wednesday, Sept. 23:
- 9:00 AM - The Truth About Linux in an Economic Downturn: Ross Chevalier, Novell Canada
- FREE: 10:00 AM - Keynote - The Freedom to Collaborate: Bdale Garbee, Open Source & Linux Chief Technologist, HP
- 11:00 AM - Kernel Regressions and Increasing OS Noise: Christoph Lameter, Kernel Developer & Linux Foundation TAB Member
- 2:00 PM - KSM: A mechanism for improving virtualization density with KVM: Chris Wright, Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat, Inc.
- FREE: 4:00 PM - Keynote - Let's Get Together: Coordinated Software Releases, The Linux Ecosystem and the Impact on the Global Marketplace: Mark Shuttleworth, CEO, Canonical Ltd.
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