Keynote sessions from the 2015 Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit will stream live Feb. 18, with topics including the kernel, IoT, drones, and lots more.
The Linux Foundation describes its annual Collaboration Summit as a gathering of its corporate members along with invited participants including core kernel developers, distribution maintainers, ISVs, end users, system vendors, and representatives of community organizations. This year’s Summit takes place Feb. 18-20 in Santa Rosa, Calif., and is expected to draw more than 450 participants.
Summit attendees participate in plenary sessions and workgroup meetings devoted to “technical issues, the business of open source, best practices in collaborative development, and how to grow open source communities,” says the LF.
The following keynotes and panel discussions will be available for live streaming on Feb. 18 (times are in PST). Click the titles for more details on a session and its speakers; a link to the live streaming page appears farther below.
- 9:00am — State of Linux — speaker: Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation
- 9:30am — Embracing Open Innovation in Robotics and UAV — speaker: Chris Anderson, CEO at 3D Robotics
- 10:00am — Containers and the Changing Server Landscape — speaker: Alex Polvi, CEO at CoreOS
- 11:00am — Software at Scale: The Open Source Imperative — speaker: Stephen O’Grady, Principal Analyst and Cofounder, RedMonk
- 11:30am — Panel: The Future of Open Networking and Cloud Infrastructure — participants: Nolan Leake, Cumulus Networks; Stefano Maffulli, OpenStack; Chris Price, Ericsson; Chris Wright, Red Hat; Neela Jacques, OpenDaylight Project (panel moderator)
- 1:45pm — Open Source at Facebook — speakers: Blake Matheny, Engineering Director at Facebook; James Pearce, Head of Open Source at Facebook
- 2:15pm — Panel: Containers, PaaS, and the Future of Application Development — participants: Lauren Cooney, Cisco; Craig McLuckie, Google; Steven Pousty, Red Hat; James Watters, Pivotal; Stephen O’Grady, Red Monk (session moderator)
- 3:30pm — The Kernel Report — speaker: Jon Corbet, Editor at LWN.net
- 4:15pm — Panel: The Future of IoT (aka “Mr. Jevons’ Elephant is Knocking at the Door”) — participants: Glen Allmendinger, Harbor Research; David Goswick, CEO, HOUZE; Noah Harlan, Founder, Two Bulls; Art Lancster, CTO, Affinegy; Philip DesAutels, The Linux Foundation (session moderator)
Further information and live streaming link
Live streaming of the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit’s keynotes and panel discussions on Feb. 18 is available here:
Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit
Live Video Stream — Feb. 18, 2015
(requires free registration)
Further information regarding the invitation-only event are available at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit page.