AUSTIN, Texas — July 22, 2019 — China UnionPay, China Railway, Walmart Labs and Haitong Securities are among the Open Infrastructure contributors slated to share their innovations and open source best practices at the upcoming Open Infrastructure Summit in Shanghai, China, November 4-6, at the Shanghai Expo Center.
The Open Infrastructure Summit Shanghai will showcase a wide range of open source projects such as Ceph, Kubernetes, ONAP, OPNFV and many more, including the open source projects hosted by the OpenStack Foundation: OpenStack, Airship, Kata Containers, StarlingX and Zuul. Confirmed sessions include:
The full agenda for the Open Infrastructure Summit Shanghai will go live in early August, and community voting is currently open. Register for the Summit with discounted Early Bird pricing by August 8. Sponsorships are available now.
“We are excited to convene the Open Infrastructure Summit in China, where developers are becoming recognized globally for their contributions to open source projects and many important organizations are collaborating in and using Open Infrastructure solutions,” said Jonathan Bryce, executive director of the OpenStack Foundation. “Organizations from our host country will take center stage as our global community convenes in Shanghai to hear about exciting developments and use cases in edge, containers, HPC, 5G and much more.”
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About the Open Infrastructure Summit
Held twice a year, the Open Infrastructure Summit (formerly known as the OpenStack Summit) draws thousands of CIOs, cloud and data center operators, software developers and open source contributors to collaborate on building the open infrastructure that users need to support emerging use cases in edge computing, continuous integration/continuous development (CI/CD), artificial intelligence (AI), high performance computing (HPC) and more.
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About the OpenStack® Foundation
The OpenStack Foundation (OSF) supports the development and adoption of open infrastructure globally, across a community of 105,000 individuals in 187 countries, by hosting open source projects and communities of practice, including datacenter cloud, edge computing, network functions virtualization (NFV), CI/CD and container infrastructure.