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LinuxCon, CloudOpen, ContainerCon Become The Linux Foundation Open Source Summit 2017

The Linux Foundation announced LinuxCon, CloudOpen and ContainerCon have combined under one umbrella event, The Linux Foundation Open Source Summit. The umbrella event is aimed at gathering the open source community in North America, Japan and Europe, inlcuding an exclusive extra in North America and Europe.

Attendees will have access to sessions across all events in a single venue, enabling them to collaborate and share information across a wide range of open source topics and areas of technology.

They can take advantage of not only educational opportunities, but also an expo hall, networking activities, hackathons, additional co-located events and The Linux Foundation’s diversity initiatives, including free childcare, nursing rooms, non-binary restrooms and a diversity luncheon.

Each part of The Linux Foundation Open Source Summit brings part of the open source community to the table, providing a holistic overview of the industry:

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LinuxCon

The event where the leading maintainers, developers and project leads in the Linux community and from around the world gather together for updates, education, collaboration and problem-solving to further the Linux ecosystem. Attendees learn from the best and the brightest as they are gathered together under one roof to deliver cutting edge presentations and demos, lively discussions and collaboration on a wide variety of Linux topics.

ContainerCon

Containers are revolutionizing the way workloads are automated, deployed and scaled, and ContainerCon is the place to learn about how to best use these technologies. From hardware virtualization to storage to software defined networking, containers are helping to drive a cloud native approach. The leading experts in both the development and operations community will come together to share ideas and best practices for how containers are shaping computing today and in the future with a focus on DevOps culture, automation, portability and efficiency. The goal of the event is to bring companies on the leading edge together with users and developers to continue to innovate on the delivery of open source infrastructure.

CloudOpen

CloudOpen is the only event providing space for education and collaboration designed specifically to advance the open cloud. It is a conference celebrating and gathering together the open source projects, products, technologies, and companies that comprise the cloud and are driving the cloud, big data and networking ecosystems of today and tomorrow. The event gathers top professionals to discuss cloud platforms, automation and management tools, DevOps, virtualization, containers, software-defined networking, storage & filesystems, big data tools and platforms, open source best practices, and much more.

Community Leadership Conference (North America and Europe exclusive)

The Community Leadership Conference provides world-class content and networking for building empowered and productive open source communities. The event provides presentations, tutorials, panel discussions, and networking opportunities that bring together some of the leading practitioners to share their expertise in how to build powerful communities. Whether its focus is on collaborative workflow, licensing, governance, outreach, messaging, social media, or anything else, there is sure to be content and conversation that will bring value to any organization or project. The Community Leadership Conference is led by Jono Bacon, a global leader in community strategy and management, author of The Art of Community, and community leadership consultant to many organizations including Huawei, HackerOne, Microsoft, GitLab, Creative Commons, Sony Mobile, ClusterHQ, and others.

Dates and Locations

The events will take place on the following dates in the following locations:

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