The OpenStack Summit’s new name:
The Open Infrastructure Summit
Collaborate directly with the people building and running open source infrastructure using OpenStack, Kubernetes and 30+ other technologies.
Hundreds of Presentations, Workshops, and Collaborative Sessions
- Edge Computing
- Hybrid Cloud
- Public & Private Cloud
What to Expect
Get Inspired by the Keynotes
Kick off the Summit by joining thousands of community members to witness open infrastructure in action: hear project updates from technical leaders, learn how operators are running open infrastructure in production, and brace yourself for the live demos. The keynotes will set you up to understand the open infrastructure vision, trends and latest news, so you can be prepared to have a successful Summit week.
Learn from your Peers in Breakout Sessions & Lightning Talks
After keynotes, the week is full of presentations and panels covering open infrastructure use cases ranging from CI/CD, edge computing, and AI / machine learning to hybrid cloud and more. Expect to hear technical deep dives and use cases covering more than 35 open source projects that are used to build open infrastructure.
Get Started Contributing with Mentoring and Hands-on Trainings
New to open source or want to learn new skills from community experts? The Summit offers dozens of on-site training opportunities—at no additional cost—where you can begin contributing upstream, find a mentor, or learn best practices for upgrades, bare metal, container strategy, and more.
Who Attends the Summit
The Open Infrastructure Summit is for people who run and make decisions about IT infrastructure strategy, technologies and vendors. Open source infrastructure is flexible, innovative and interoperable. And it’s made up of many different technologies and providers around the world. The Open Infrastructure Summit brings together thousands of people to learn and collaborate.
- Architecture & Ops
- Platform Developers
- Business & Strategy
- Upstream Developers
We are a diverse community of professionals, and the Open Infrastructure Foundation is dedicated to providing an inclusive and safe Summit experience for everyone. View the Summit Code of Conduct for more information.
Become a Summit Sponsor
Meet the open source users, IT decision makers and passionate developers, administrators and operators building the modern infrastructure stack. Content and attendees span more than 30 open source communities including Ceph, Docker, Kata Containers, Kubernetes, OpenStack, OPNFV, Zuul and more.