OPENSTACK & ENTERPRISE FORUM

Posted on July 13, 2017 in News by

A Forum on Deploying OpenStack in the
Next Generation Data Center

Thank you for joining us for the OpenStack & Enterprise Forum 2014! We enjoyed meeting everyone and please read a recap blog post and watch a videowith highlights from the conversations and presentations around OpenStack and the Enterprise.

OpenStack: Breaking into the Enterprise Forum is a first-of-a-kind event meant to bring focus to the debate about the opportunity for OpenStack in the Enterprise. This half-day event on January 29th, moderated by Gartner analyst Lydia Leong, will feature industry leading speakers from the OpenStack Foundation, Nebula, eBay, Internap, Solinea and SolidFire. The Q&A style agenda includes one-on-one conversations with each speaker, multiple panel discussions, and the opportunity to meet vendors and industry leaders during an end of day cocktail session.

Register by Friday, January 24 to save your seat. Space is limited.

Attendees will:

  • Gain insight into one of the most hotly debated topics entering 2014…the opportunity for OpenStack in the enterprise
  • Gain a better understanding of the current state and direction of OpenStack
  • Hear about the strengths of OpenStack today and key gaps that need to be closed to increase enterprise readiness for broader audience
  • Learn from a leading OpenStack systems integrator how and why customers are evaluating and deploying OpenStack today
  • Understand use cases and best practices from customers that have deployed OpenStack in their environments
  • Hear how a large service provider is delivering OpenStack-based services to enterprise customers through their cloud offering
  • Learn about what innovative ecosystem vendors are doing to accelerate adoption of OpenStack into the enterprise
  • Have an opportunity to meet and converse with industry thought leaders in an intimate setting.

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