Red Hat Announces OpenShift Commons Gathering March 28th in Berlin
December 20, 2016 | by
Co-located with Cloud Native Computing Foundation's KubeCon EU and CloudNativeCon at Berlin Congress Centre
The OpenShift Commons Gathering will bring together the brightest technical minds to discuss the future of OpenShift and its related upstream open source projects. With OpenShift Container Platform quickly gaining adoption around the world, the OpenShift Commons Gathering will feature talks from upstream project leads, thought leaders, and case studies from users like Red Hat, Google, Microsoft Azure, Amadeus, T-Systems, Volvo, CNCF, CoreOS, Weave and more. This event will also include face-to-face meetings for all the OpenShift Commons Special Interest Groups and allow ample time for peer-to-peer networking.
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with leading OpenShift and Kubernetes technologists from multiple open source upstream communities and are encouraged to stay and also attend the co-located KubeCon and CloudNativeCon on March 29-30.
We're bringing together experts from all over the world to discuss the container technologies, best practices for cloud native application developers, and the open source software projects that underpin the OpenShift ecosystem to help take our ecosystem to the next level in cloud native computing. The 2017 event will gather developers, DevOps professionals, and SysAdmins together to explore the next steps in making container technologies successful and secure.
WHERE: Berlin Congress Centre Berlin, Germany
WHEN: March 28th, 2017 Early Bird Price: €99 (Ends March 1) Full Price:€149
Commons builds connections and collaboration across OpenShift communities, projects and stakeholders. In doing so we'll enable the success of customers, users, partners, and contributors as we deepen our knowledge and experiences together.
Our goals go beyond code contributions. Commons is a place for companies using OpenShift to accelerate its success and adoption. To do this we'll act as resources for each other, share best practices and provide a forum for peer-to-peer communication.
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