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OpenStack Live Call for Proposals closes November 16

OpenStack Live 2015: Call for speakers open through Nov. 9The OpenStack Live conference in Silicon Valley (April 13-14, 2015) will emphasize the essential elements of making OpenStack perform better with emphasis on the critical role of MySQL and Trove. If you use OpenStack and have a story to share or a skill to teach, we encourage you to submit a speaking proposal for a breakout or tutorial session. The OpenStack Live call for proposals is your chance to put your ideas, case studies, best practices and technical knowledge in front of an intelligent, engaged audience of OpenStack Users. If you are selected as a speaker, you will receive one complimentary full conference pass. November 16th is the last day to submit.

We are seeking submissions for both breakout and tutorial sessions on the following topics:

  • Performance Optimization of OpenStack
  • OpenStack Operations
  • OpenStack Trove
  • Replication and Backup for OpenStack
  • High Availability for OpenStack
  • OpenStack User Stories
  • Monitoring and Tools for OpenStack

All submissions will be reviewed by our highly qualified Conference Committee:

  • Mark Atwood from HP
  • Rich Bowen from Red Hat
  • Andrew Mitty from Comcast
  • Jason Rouault from Time Warner
  • Peter Boros from Percona

If you don’t plan to submit a speaking proposal, now is a great time to purchase your ticket at the low Super Saver rates. Visit the OpenStack Live 2015 conference website for full details.

OpenStack Live 2015 April 13-14

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