It is time again for the XenSummit North America, which this year is conveniently co-located with CloudOpen and LinuxCon. If you use open source Xen, XenServer, XenClient or other Xen derived products and want to see where the Xen open source project is heading, you should consider attending the 2012 Summit. If you are intending to build a Xen based cloud, XenSummit will also provide lots of great content.
XenSummit is a 2 day in-depth technical event that provides attendees with a chance to interact with and learn from contributors to Xen.org projects and users of the open source Xen Hypervisor, Xen Cloud Platform and Xen ARM projects.
This year’s event will cover topics from Cloud Computing, Xen in embedded and mobile devices, Xen on ARM based Servers, Security, Xen and Linux, Xen and BSD, Xen case-studies, Xen and storage, latest Xen research as well as many others topics. The event features speakers from AMD, ARM, Broadcom, Bromium, the BSD Community, Cambridge University, Canonical, Calxeda, Citrix, The Flux Research Group, Galois, Huawei, Inktank, Intel, Locaweb, OnApp, Oracle, Rackspace Hosting and the University of Applied Sciences (HES) in Vaud.
More information on schedule, talks, location and registration is available at www.xen.org/xensummit. XenSummit attendees will also get a discount code for CloudOpen and LinuxCon after registration. This year, we will also hold an invite only developer meeting prior to XenSummit: you can request an invite here.