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The OpenStack Summit started in San Diego today. Mark Collier announced during the kickoff meeting that there are over 1,300 people registered at the conference. As a result, lines for lunch were a bit slower than we wished. We’re coordinating solutions with the hotel to improve the situation. There will be also more power strips in the Developer’s Lounge area.
OpenStack is a protagonist of CloudOpen, the only conference providing a collaboration and education space dedicated to advancing the open cloud. Next week, from Aug 29 to 31 in San Diego there will be plenty of chances to hear talks about OpenStack and how it’s shaping the cloud industry.
On Tuesday Aug 28th join the OpenStack community at The Hopping Pig for a party! Food & drinks sponsored by HP, Intel, Opscode, Rackspace, SUSE, and Ubuntu. The event will immediately follow the official CloudOpen happy hour, and is within walking distance of the Andaz. Reserve your ticket.