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[vox] [fwd] Invitation to Attend LinuxCon;Program Details Announced Today [August in Boston]


----- Forwarded message from Jennifer Cloer -----

Date: Wed, 26 May 2010 09:23:45 -0700
From: Jennifer Cloer
Subject: [Linux.com.users] Invitation to Attend LinuxCon; Program Details Announced Today

   Dear Linux.com Members,
   You are invited to join The Linux Foundation and other Linux users and
   developers at the industry's premiere Linux conference, LinuxCon, this
   August 10-12 in Boston, Mass. 
   LinuxCon, which sold out when it premiered in Portland, Oregon in 2009, is
   the world*s leading conference addressing all matters Linux for the global
   business and technical communities. The LinuxCon schedule includes
   in-depth technical content for developers and operations personnel, as
   well as business and legal insight from the industry*s leaders. The
   networking, problem-solving and deal-making opportunities at LinuxCon are
   unmatched for those involved in enterprise, desktop or mobile Linux.  
   The LinuxCon 2010 program is being announced today and is packed full of
   useful sessions, keynotes and tutorials for system admins and developers
   alike. We've pulled some of the most interesting sessions to share with
   you below, but please feel free to review the whole schedule
   at http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linuxcon/schedule.
   You will also find exclusive LinuxCon events on the schedule, including
   "Bowling for Penguins," "Technology Showcase & BeerBust," and "The Golden
   Penguin Bowl." 
   To register for LinuxCon, please
   visit: http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linuxcon/register.
   See you in Boston! 
   Sessions of Interest
   Using KVM as a Transparent Hardware Abstraction Layer
   David Ahern, Cisco
   Distributed Multi-Source Development with Open Source  
   Bill McQuaide, Black Duck Software
   KVM: The Latest from the Core Development Team  
   Chris Wright, Red Hat
   What's Next For Linux?
   Matt Asay, Canonical
   Oracle Database Performance on Intel Linux Servers
   Steve Shaw, Intel Corporation UK Ltd.
   The Physics Behind the Microsoft Hyper-V Drivers For Linux  
   Hank Janssen, Microsoft
   The Business of Linux - How Individuals Can Get Into the Game  
   Karlie Robinson, Webpath Technologies
   Network Bandwidth Control in Virtualized Environments 
   Simon Hormon, VA Linux Systems Japan K.K.
   State of the kernel.org Address
   John Hawly, The Linux Foundation
   Creating a Low-Cost Clustered Virtualization Environment Using Ganeti and
   Lance Robertson, OSU Open Source Lab
   Linux and Advanced Storage Technologies 
   Martin K. Petersen, Oracle
   Your First Guide to Secure Linux  
   Toshiharu Harada, NTT
    Open Source Tool Chains for Managing the Cloud  
   Mark Hinkle, Zenoss and John Willis, Opscode
   Linux Kernel Security: Adapting 1960's Technology to Meet 21st Century
   James Morris, Red Hat
   Curing the Azure Mood: Building .Net Appliances on Linux 
   James Bottomley, Novell
   Oracle VM: Xen-Based Virtualization in Linux Environments
   Chris Barclay, Oracle
   Storage Provisioning with iSCSI for Virtualized Environments  
   Shyam Iyer, Dell
   Alternative Database Technologies for the Cloud
   Bret Piat, Rackspace
   Subversion Scaling at Google, gvn and Our Hook Development Infrastructure
   Marc Merlin, Google
   MariaDB: MySQL Corrected 
   Monty Widenius, Author of MySQL
   Efficiency? Lower Cost? Innovation?: What Does Linux Mean to the CIO in
   Jean Staten Healy, IBM
   Half-Day Tutorials 
   Linux System Performance Monitoring 
   Creating Appliances with Kiwi
   Recent Advances in Network Booting
   How to Work with the Kernel Development Community
   Device Driver Development Crash Course
   Git Wrangling: Advanced Tips & Tricks 
   Keynote Speakers
   Wim Coekaerts, Senior Vice President, Linux and Virtualization
   Engineering, Oracle Corporation
   Rob Chandhok, President of Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc. (QuIC)
   Markus Rex, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Open Platform
   Solutions, Novell
   Jeffrey Hammond, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
   Eben Moglen, Director-Counsel and Chairman at the Software Freedom Law
   Center (SFLC)
   Mark Skarpness Technologist and Systems Engineering Manager, Open Source
   Technology Center at Intel Corporation
   Stormy Peters, Executive Director at The GNOME Foundation
   Ravi Simhambhatla, Chief Information Officer at Virgin America
   The Linux Kernel Panel
   Jim Zemlin, Executive Director at The Linux Foundation
   Jennifer Cloer
   The Linux Foundation
   Director, Communications & Community 
   503-746-7577 (Desk)
   503-867-2304 (Mobile)

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