September 03, 2013
MADRID, Spain, Sept. 3 -- The OpenNebula Project announced the complete line-up of speakers and the final schedule for the first ever OpenNebula Conference. OpenNebula delivers the most feature-rich, customizable and open solution to build enterprise clouds and virtualized data centers. With thousands of deployments worldwide, OpenNebula has a very wide user base that includes leading companies in banking, technology, telecom and hosting, as well as research and supercomputing centers.
The first OpenNebula Conference, taking place from 24 to 26 of September in Berlin, is set to bring together cloud users, developers, administrators and builders to share knowledge and practical insight. The OpenNebula Conference is the place to learn about how advances in cloud technology are helping IT managers and executives tackle their computational and business challenges. The educational content will be delivered through 6 keynotes, 2 tracks with 16 regular talks, 1 hands-on tutorial and 3 community sessions.
The OpenNebula Conference would like to thank Platinum Sponsor inovex and Media Partners Linux Magazine and Admin Magazine. There are sponsorship opportunities still available at http://opennebulaconf.com/sponsors/
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