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OpenStack Conference Fall 2014

November 3-7, 2014, Paris, France

November 3-7, 2014

The OpenStack Summit is a five-day conference for developers, users, and administrators of OpenStack Cloud Software.
See details about how the event works.

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For a good taste of the experience, check out our videoa from the prior OpenStack Paris Summit.

2014 Paris Summit Experience 


Some Frequently Asked Questions

Please find answers to frequently asked questions about the Paris Summit here:

Summit Format:

  • The Paris Summit will run for five days, Monday - Friday, November 3-7.  
  • Keynotes run Monday - Tuesday
  • Breakout sessions run Monday – Wednesday
  • Design Summit runs Tuesday - Friday

ATC Designation on Name Badges:

  • If you are an Active Technical Contributor (ATC) and would like to be designated as so on your name badge, please register for the Summit via EventBrite using the unique ATC-specific registration code that is provided to you. If you register using a different code (speaker, sponsor, etc) then you will not have the ATC designation printed on your Summit name badge. 

Dietary Restrictions:

  • If you have a special dietary restriction please make note of this on the Eventbrite form when you register for the Summit. 

Language:

  • All Summit presentations will be given in English. At this time we are not planning to offer simultaneous translation. 

Transportation:

  • The Paris Metro is the fastest and most affordable transportation in the city. The Porte Maillot metro stop on Line 1 is located in the Summit venue - Le Palais des Congrès building. You can view the metro details and maps HERE

Registration Refunds & Transfers:

  • Refunds and Transfers will be granted from the start of registration through October 24, 2014 - after this time no refunds or transfers can be made.
  • To request a refund or transfer email [email protected]

Visas:

  • Requests for inviation letters must be received prior to October 24, 2014. Visit the VISA Information page for more details.