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Linux Foundation announces its 2014 conferences

Jan 21, 2014  |  Rick Lehrbaum
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The Linux Foundation announced more than a dozen events scheduled for 2014, including two Embedded Linux Conferences, an Android Builders Summit, and more.

In addition to the annual Embedded Linux Conference, Linux Kernel Summit, and LinuxCon events in North America and Europe, the LF’s 2014 events include a Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, an Android Builders Summit, and an expanding series of events focused on networking, cloud services, virtualization, and other specialized technologies. This year’s LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America will be co-located with the Linux Kernel Summit, while LinuxCon and CloudOpen Europe will co-located with the Embedded Linux Conference, KVM Forum, and Linux Plumbers Conference.

The LF’s currently scheduled 2014 events are listed here in chronological order — click each event’s title for more details. As indicated farther below, a set of events to be held in Japan remain to be detailed.

  • OpenDaylight Summit — Feb 4-5 — Hyatt Santa Clara, Santa Clara, Calif. — A technical summit for developers and users involved in the community, projects, products, and companies in the Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) space.
     

  • Linux Storage, Filesystem, and MM Summit — Mar 24-25 — The Meritage Resort, Napa Valley, Calif. — Invitation-only event that brings together developers and researchers who work with the Linux storage, memory management and file system stack.
     

  • Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit — Mar 26-28 — The Meritage Resort, Napa Valley, Calif. — An exclusive, invitation-only summit that brings together core kernel developers, distribution maintainers, ISVs, end users, system vendors and other community organizations for sessions and workgroup meetings that help solve the most pressing issues facing Linux today.
     

  • ApacheCon — Apr 7-9 — The Westin, Denver, Co. — ApacheCon is the only event dedicated to bringing together the 100+ Apache Software Foundation project communities as well as other open source projects across multiple sectors in one venue to advance the work that is defining the future of technology and that represents a new generation of software development. It hosts collaboration on some of the today’s hottest open source projects, including Apache projects like Cassandra, Cordova, CloudStack, CouchDB, Geronimo, Hadoop, Hive, HTTP Server, Lucene, OpenOffice, Struts, Subversion and Tomcat, among many others.
     

  • CloudStack Collaboration Conference North America — Apr 9-11 — The Westin, Denver, Co. — The CloudStack Collaboration Conference North America brings together developers, systems administrators and DevOps professionals who are building and managing large networks of virtual machines and advancing the state-of-the-art for cloud computing technologies. The event offers a neutral environment where attendees can advance their work with Apache CloudStack.
     

  • Embedded Linux Conference — Apr 29 – May 1 — San Jose Marriott, San Jose, Calif. — Now in its 10th year, this is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products.
     

  • Android Builders Summit — Apr 29 – May 1 — San Jose Marriott, San Jose, Calif. — A technical summit for OEMs, their device manufacturers, integrators, custom builders, and the growing Android and Linux Kernel developer communities.
     

  • LinuxCon North America — Aug 20-22 — Sheraton Chicago, Chicago — LinuxCon is the leading annual technical conference in North America, bringing together developers, system administrators, DevOps professionals, business executives and more in a collaboration and education space for the Linux community.
     

  • CloudOpen North America — Aug 20-22 — Sheraton Chicago, Chicago — CloudOpen brings together the open source projects, products and companies that are driving the cloud and big data ecosystems today to share best practices from the world of traditional open source.
     

  • LinuxCon Europe — Oct 13-15 — Duesseldorf Congress Centre, Duesseldorf, Germany — LinuxCon Europe brings together the European Linux community, from developers, system administrators and DevOps professionals to business executives and more in a collaboration and education space for the Linux community. Previous locations have included Prague and Barcelona.
     

  • CloudOpen Europe — Oct 13-15 — Duesseldorf Congress Centre, Duesseldorf, Germany — CloudOpen Europe brings together the open source projects, products and companies that are driving the cloud and big data ecosystems today to share best practices from the world of traditional open source.
     

  • Embedded Linux Conference Europe — Oct 13-15 — Duesseldorf Congress Centre, Duesseldorf, Germany — Now in its 10th year, this is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products.

 
Call for papers and other info

A Call for Papers for all of the LF’s 2014 events is now available here. Further details about all events, as well as information regarding LinuxCon and CloudOpen Japan, ApacheCon, Enterprise End User Summit, and other conferences not detailed above, will available at the Linux Foundation’s events page.
 

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