Linux Foundation Announces 2010 End User Summit Speakers
Advanced users from British Telecom, Citigroup, NASDAQ, and Morgan Stanley to speak.
The Linux Foundation announced the speakers and schedule for 2010 End User Summit. The event is held at the Hyatt Regency Jersey City in New Jersey from October 12-13.
- The following speakers are scheduled for the event:
- JP Rangaswami, British Telecom's Chief Scientist
- Bob Evans, vice president of NASDAQ OMX
- Gerrit Huizenga, IBM's cloud computing and open source expert
- Jim Zemlin, executive director of The Linux Foundation
In addition to those speakers, Open Source Sessions are planned. Less formal discussions, the Open Source Sessions address virtualization, filesystems, tracing, and HPC/Multicore. A kernel developer panel is also planned. The panel will review what's next in filesystems and Linux storage.
Invitations to the event are available on a request-only basis and can be requested at http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/end-user-summit.
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