Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details

Open Source Infrastructure

As we move toward a world where everything is smart and connected, our experiences are becoming increasingly digitized, resulting in a massive flood of data. We are using the power of that data to transform some of the most exciting areas of human activity. Edge computing, container technology and open source continue to be the driving forces behind the next wave of the technology revolution. Edge computing is critical to the massive growth generated by connected devices and sensors, whereas containers are set to usher the third wave of cloud computing enabling micro-services. Imad Sousou, corporate vice president in the Software and Services Group and general manager of the Open Source Technology Center for Intel Corporation, will highlight how Intel is uniquely positioned to power the cloud to the edge and drive the increasingly smart, connected world.

Monday, May 21, 10:05am-10:15am
Difficulty Level: N/A
Intel, Vice President and General Manager of the Intel Open Source Technology Center
Imad Sousou is vice president in the Software and Services Group at Intel Corporation and general manager of the Intel Open Source Technology Center, a position he's held since its founding in 2003. Sousou is responsible for Intel's efforts in open source software across a wide range of technologies and market segments, including enterprise Linux and related technologies such as virtualization,... FULL PROFILE
Huawei, Head of Global Business Development VP, Huawei IT Product Line, BD Strategy
I am an IT technology professional with a passion for community and partnership building. I'm very fortunate to live in the Silicon Valley area where I obtained a graduate degree in Computer Science, and extensive training in both engineering and business from successful companies such as Sun Microsystems, Oracle,, Savvis/Centurylink, and now Huawei. For the last 10+ years,... FULL PROFILE
Engineer, Microsoft
Jessie is an engineer at Microsoft and is on the Kata Architecture Committee.  FULL PROFILE