Watch the Keynote Videos from Open Source Summit in Los Angeles

By September 20, 2017Blog, Events, Membership

If you weren’t able to attend Open Source Summit North America 2017 in Los Angeles, don’t worry! We’ve rounded up the following keynote presentations so you can hear from the experts about the growing impact of open source software.

Open source software isn’t just growing. It’s accelerating exponentially in terms of its influence on technology and society, and the sheer numbers involved are amazing, according to The Linux Foundation’s Executive Director Jim Zemlin. For example, there are:

  • 23 million open source developers worldwide
  • 22 million accounts and 64 million repositories on GitHub
  • 41 million lines of code
  • 1,100 new open source projects every day
  • 10,000 new versions of open source projects every day

The presentations highlighted here offer just a sampling of the various projects and ongoing efforts within this dynamic open source ecosystem.

Watch the videos below for insight into open source community, culture, and leadership as well as technical expertise about cloud computing, containers, Kubernetes, storage, networking, and more.

Opening Remarks – Jim Zemlin, The Linux Foundation

Open Source Software as Activism – Christine Corbett Moran

Lightning Talk: Human Enablement – Alan Clark, SUSE

The Impact of the Ecosystem – Jono Bacon

A Conversation with Linux and Git Creator Linus Torvalds

The Anti-Pattern Wall of 2011 has Crumbled: Stateful Applications in Containers
– Steve Wong, {code}

Panel Discussion: Are Containers the Future of IaaS? – Moderated by Bruno Cornec

How Linux Containers can Help to Manage Development Environments for IoT and Embedded Systems – Yan Vugenfirer & Dmitry Fleytman

Building Robust Streaming Data Pipelines with Apache Spark
– Zak Hassan, Red Hat

Panel Discussion: (Really!) Outside the Box: Cisco’s Open Source Journey

gRPC and Go: Developing Efficient and Type-Safe Services – Clinton Kitson, {code}

GPU, USB, NICs and Other Physical Devices in Your Containers – Stéphane Graber, Canonical

How Open Source Powers the Cloud to the Edge – Imad Sousou, Intel

Disrupted: My Misadventure in the Start-Up Bubble – Dan Lyons, Fortune Columnist & Author

Lightning Talk: Openness in a Cloud Centric World – Aparna Sinha, Google

Harnessing Billions to Save Millions – Barry Baker, IBM, and Shaun Frankson, The Plastic Bank

“Open as in:” – Zeynep Tufekci, Professor and Author

Open Source & Cloud Application Platform: Our Learnings from a Developer-First Journey – Julia Liuson, Microsoft

Lightning Keynote: Bridging the Divide: Bringing Network and DevOps People Together – Ed Warnicke, Cisco

Open-Sourced Inspiration – The Present and Future of Tech – AI – Tanmay Bakshi

Unikernels and Explorations – Tiejun Chen, VMware

What You Should Know about Etcd v3 – Paul Burt & Elsie Phillips, CoreOS

OpenSDS: Storage Challenges in a Cloud Native Era – Allen Samuels, Western Digital

Building .NET Core Microservices with Steeltoe – Zach Brown & Matthew Horan, Pivotal

Lightning Keynote: Containers, Culture & Community – Chris Wright, Red Hat

Cloud Native Updates – Chris Aniszczyk, Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products – Nir Eyal, Behavorial Designer and Author

Partnered Leadership – Bindi Belanger, Ticketmaster

Open Source & Operational Excellence – Mark Cavage, Oracle

Modular Overlay Networking Solutions with the Container Network Interface – Murali Paluru, Rancher Labs

Our Experiences Deploying Kubernetes with IPv6 – André Martins, Covalent IO

Cilium – Container Security and Networking Using BPF and XDP – Thomas Graf, Covalent

Panel Discussion: Containers and Networking: A Symbiotic Relationship – Moderated by
Phil Robb