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Check out the new keynotes and co-located events added to the LC3 2018 event schedule.

We’re pleased to announce numerous hosted workshops at LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China (LC3). taking place in Beijing, June 25 – 27, which provide attendees with the opportunity to learn and experience even more.

Hosted Events at LC3:

Some co-located events do require pre-registration. Get more information on co-located events.

Newly added keynote speakers include:

  • Junjie Cai, Chief Architect of the Elastic Compute Service, Alibaba Cloud
  • Alan Clark, Director, CTO Office, SUSE
  • Liu Hai Feng, Chief Architect, JD.com
  • Anni Lai, Open Source Strategy and Business Dev, Cloud BU, Huawei
  • Tao Ma, Principal Engineer, Alibaba Cloud
  • Todd Moore, Vice President of Open Tech, IBM
  • Imad Sousou, Corporate Vice President and General Manager, Open Source Technology Center, Intel
  • Liu Xin, General Manager of Mobile Internet Group, Tencent

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我们很高兴的公布多场将于LC3 2018论坛举行的研讨会,这将为与会者提供更多学习和体验的机会.

新增的同场活动:

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新增的主题演讲嘉宾包括:

  • Junjie Cai,弹性计算服务首席架构师阿里云
  • Alan Clark,总监及首席技术官SUSE
  • Liu Hai Feng,首席架构师京东
  • Anni Lai,云BU开源战略和业务开发人员华为
  • Tao Ma,首席工程师阿里云
  • Todd Moore,开放技术副总裁IBM
  • Imad Sousou,开源技术中心公司副总裁兼总经理英特尔
  • Liu Xin,移动互联集团总经理腾讯

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Check out the new keynote speakers and executive leadership track for LC3.

Attend LC3 in Beijing, June 25 – 27, 2018, and hear from Chinese and international open source experts from Accenture, China Mobile, Constellation Research, Huawei, IBM, Intel, OFO, Xturing Biotechnology and more.

New Keynote Speakers:

  • Peixin Hou, Chief Architect of Open Software and Systems in the Central Software Institute, Huawei
  • Sven Loberg, Managing Director within Accenture’s Emerging Technology practice with responsibility for Open Source and Software Innovation
  • Evan Xiao, Vice President, Strategy & Industry Development, Huawei
  • Cloud Native Computing Panel Discussion featuring panelists from Alibaba, Huawei, IBM, Microsoft and Tencent, and hosted by Dan Kohn, Executive Director, Cloud Native Computing Foundation

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New Executive Leadership Track:

In addition to existing tracks across technology areas including AI, Blockchain, Networking, Cloud Native and more, LC3 2018 will feature a new Executive Leadership track on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, targeted at gathering executive business leaders across Chinese technology companies to collaborate, to share learnings, and to gain insights from industry leaders including:

  • R “Ray” Wang, head of Silicon Valley-based Constellation Research and best selling author of the Harvard Business Review Press book, Disrupting Digital Business, will share practical guidance on how to jump start growth with AI driven smart services
  • Dr. Feng Junlan, Director of the newly founded China Mobile Artificial Intelligence and Smart Operations R&D Center, will share insights on network intelligence, intelligent operations and China Mobile’s related strategic considerations and practice
  • Chao Wang, CTO of Xturing Biotechnology will talk about building Gene Sequencing tools by using container technology
  • Chenyu Xue, M2M Director of OFO will discuss the sharing economy how OFO implements an open source spirit into its company philosophy
  • Deep Learning Panel Discussion featuring panelists from Baidu, Didi, Huawei, IBM, Microsoft and Tencent, and hosted by Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation

These sessions will take place following the morning keynote sessions including Sven Loberg, Accenture; Evan Xiao, Huawei; and the Cloud Native Panel Discussion.

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Need assistance convincing your manager? Here’s a letter that can help you make the request to attend LC3. Register now to save $40USD/255RMB through June 18.

参加6月25日–27日在北京召开的LC3论坛,倾听来自埃森哲、中国移动、卫星网研究、华为、IBM、英特尔、OFO、Xturing Biotechnology等中国和国际公司的开源专家的意见和建议。

新主题发言人:

  • 侯培新,中央软件研究院开源软件与系统首席架构师,华为
  • Sven Loberg,埃森哲新兴技术实践总监,负责开源和软件创新
  • Evan Xiao,战略与行业发展部门副总裁,华为
  • 云原生计算小组讨论,由来自阿里巴巴、华为、IBM、微软和腾讯的专题讨论嘉宾组成,由云本地计算基金会的执行董事 Dan Kohn 主持

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新执行领导力会议:

涵盖了人工智能、区块链、网络、云原生等技术领域的现有通道之外,LC3 2018论坛将于6月26日(周二)推出一项新的高管领导力会议,旨在汇聚中国科技公司的高管业务领导者,共同分享学习经验,并分享行业领导者的见解,此会议将包括:

  • 卫星网研究(硅谷)的负责人和畅销书作者(书籍《混乱的数字化商业》,哈佛商业评论杂志社出版) R “Ray” Wang ,将分享“如何通过人工智能驱动的智能服务推动增长”的实践指导
  • 新成立的中国移动人工智能和智能运营研发中心主任冯俊兰博士,将分享“关于网络智能、智能运营和中国移动相关战略考虑与实践”的见解
  • Xturing Biotechnology的首席技术官王朝将谈谈使用容器技术构建的基因测序工具
  • OFO的M2M总监薛晨宇将探讨共享经济——“OFO 如何在公司理念中实现开源精神”
  • 深度学习小组讨论会的嘉宾来自百度,滴滴,华为,IBM,微软和腾讯,并由Linux Foundation执行总监Jim Zemlin主持

以上会议将在上午的主题演讲后举行,将包括埃森哲的Sven Loberg,、华为的Evan Xiao,以及云本地小组讨论嘉宾。

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LC3 Schedule Announced | Register Now to Save $90USD/505RMB | 日程表已公布 | 立即注册可节省 90 美元/ 505 元人民币

Join us in Beijing June 25 – 27, for three days of education across 175+ sessions, collaboration opportunities with open source technologists and professionals from around the globe, and the chance to learn about the newest trends and topics in open source.

Conference tracks include:

  • Cloud Native, Serverless & Microservices
  • Infrastructure & Automation for Cloud, Cloud Native & DevOps
  • Artificial Intelligence & Deep Learning
  • Internet of Things & M2M
  • Linux Systems & Development
  • Networking & Orchestration
  • Blockchain
  • Emerging Technologies & Wildcard
  • KVM
  • Open Source Leadership

In addition, LC3 will feature an Executive Business Leadership track on Tuesday, June 26. The schedule for this track will be announced shortly.

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Keynote speakers include:

  • Kelsey Hightower, Developer Advocate, Google
  • Abby Kearns, Executive Director, Cloud Foundry Foundation
  • Greg Kroah-Hartman, Linux Kernel Maintainer
  • Michelle Noorali, Senior Software Engineer, Microsoft
  • Linus Torvalds, Creator of Linux & Git, in conversation with Dirk Hohndel, VP & Chief Open Source Officer, VMware
  • Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation

Additional keynotes from companies including Alibaba, Baidu, Huawei, Intel and SUSE will be announced shortly.

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参加 LC3 在北京召开的为期三天(6 月 25 日至 27 日)的开源教育与合作会议。

参加我们将于 6 月 25 日至 27 日在北京召开的为期三天的 超过175场的会议,与来自世界各地的开源技术专家和专业人士进行合作,并有机会了解开源的最新趋势和主题。

会议主题包括:

  • 云原生,无服务器与微服务
  • 云、云原生和 DevOps 的基础结构和自动化
  • 人工智能和深度学习
  • 物联网与 M2M
  • Linux 系统与开发
  • 网络与编制
  • 区块链
  • 新兴技术与通配符
  • KVM(基于内核的虚拟机)
  • 开源领导力

此外,LC3 将于 6 月 26 日(星期二)召开以“执行业务领导力”为主题的会议。我们将尽快公布此主题的时间表。

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主讲人包括:

  • Kelsey Hightower,开发者倡导者,Google
  • Abby Kearns,执行董事Cloud Foundry Foundation
  • Greg Kroah-Hartman,Linux 内核维护者
  • Michelle Noorali,高级软件工程师Microsoft
  • Linus Torvalds,Linux 和 Git 的创始人,并与 VMware 副总裁兼首席开发官 Dirk Hohnde 进行交谈
  • Jim Zemlin,执行总监,The Linux Foundation

近期还将公布包含阿里巴巴、百度、华为、英特尔和 SUSE 等公司的其他主题演讲。

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Submit your proposal to speak at LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China by March 4, 2018.

Submit a proposal to speak at LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China (LC3), taking place in Beijing this June 25 – 27, and share your expertise with 3,000+ open source technologists, executives and community members.

We’re seeking a wide range of submissions on topics including Open Source Strategy & Governance, Networking & Orchestration, Linux Systems, Cloud Native & Containers, AI and more. Proposals are due Sunday, March 4, 2018.

LC3 2018 Conference Tracks Include:

  • Cloud Native, Containers, Serverless & Microservices
  • Cloud, Cloud Native & DevOps Infrastructure & Automation
  • Artificial Intelligence & Data Analytics
  • Linux Systems
  • Networking & Orchestration
  • Blockchain
  • Open Source Leadership, Strategy & Governance
  • Innovation at Apache
  • KVM
  • IoT and M2M

View the Full List of Suggested Topics >>

Have a great idea, case study, or technical tutorial you’d like to share? Learn more about the CFP process and submit your proposal before the Call for Proposals closes on Sunday, March 4.Submit Now >>

Not submitting but planning to attend? Registration opens in early March. View ticket options and costs now.

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LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China 将于 6 月 25 – 27 日在北京举行。我们在此征集这一大会的发言提案,诚邀您与 3,000 多名开源技术专家、高管和社区成员分享您的专业知识。

我们正在征集关于开源业务和战略、Linux开发、云原生和容器、网络、人工智能等多方面的话题。

分论坛及建议提交的主题:

  •      云原生、容器、无服务器和微服务
  •      云、云原生以及开发运营基础设施与自动化
  •      人工智能和数据分析
  •      Linux 系统
  •      网络和协调
  •      区块链
  •      开源领导地位、战略和治理
  •      Apache 创新
  •      KVM
  •      物联网和 M2M

点击查看建议的主题的完整列表 >>

您希望分享好的想法、案例研究、或者技术教程嗎? 您可按此了解更多关于CFP流程的信息,并在3月4日CFP提交关闭之前提交您的演讲提案。立即提交 >>

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LinuxCon, ContainerCon, and CloudOpen will be held in China this year for the first time, The Linux Foundation announced this week.

After the success of other Linux Foundation events in the country, including MesosCon Asia and Cloud Foundry Summit Asia, The Linux Foundation decided to offer its flagship LinuxCon, ContainerCon and CloudOpen events in China as well, said Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin.

“Chinese developers and businesses have strongly embraced open source and are contributing significant amounts of code to a wide variety of projects,” Zemlin said. “We have heard the call to bring more open source events to China.”

The flagship event, also known as LC3, will be held June 19-20, 2017 at the China National Convention Center in Beijing. As it was in previous years, the event will also be held in North America and Europe this year under a new name, Open Source Summit.

LC3 will cover many of the hottest topics in open source, including open networking, Blockchain, compliance issues and the business and professionalization of open source.

Attendees will have access to the content of all three events with one registration. Activities will include 70+ educational sessions, keynotes from industry leaders, an exhibit hall for demonstrations and networking, hackathons, social events, and more.

  • LinuxCon is 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.

  • ContainerCon is the place to learn how to best take advantage of container technology, which is revolutionizing the way we automate, deploy and scale workloads; from hardware virtualization to storage to software defined networking, containers are helping to drive a cloud native approach.

  • CloudOpen gathers top professionals to discuss cloud platforms, automation and management tools, DevOps, virtualization, software-defined networking, storage and filesystems, Big Data tools and platforms, open source best practices, and much more.

The conference is designed to enable attendees to collaborate, share information and learn about the newest and most interesting open source technologies, including Linux, containers, cloud technologies, networking, microservices and more. It also provides insight into how to navigate and lead in the open source community.

Speaking proposals are being accepted through March 18. Submit your proposal now!

Registration for the event will be open in the coming weeks.

The Linux Foundation today announced it will combine LinuxCon with two other events and a brand new Community Leadership Conference in 2017.

Now called Open Source Summit, the event will bring LinuxCon, CloudOpen, and ContainerCon together under one umbrella and in three locations: North America, Europe, and Japan.

The Community Leadership Conference, led by community-building expert and consultant Jono Bacon, will also join the Open Source Summit in North America and Europe.

“As open source continues to grow and expand into new areas such as hardware, data, IoT, standards, and beyond, having an accessible, productive community strategy is critical for success,” Bacon said. “I am excited to launch the Community Leadership Conference as part of the Open Source Summit to support the continued evolution of community leadership and the success of those who practice it.”

The Linux Foundation organizes hundreds of open source community events each year, and LinuxCon has always been its largest one. In recent years the conference has grown along with the role of open source in business to include co-located events such as CloudOpen, ContainerCon, Xen Project Summit, CloudNativeDay, and others.

“In recent years, open source has expanded to be the default software in virtually every area of technology, so it is important that the broad community have a place to gather and exchange ideas,” said Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin. “The Linux Foundation Open Source Summit will gather the best and brightest from every corner of open source technology together for an event where they can collaborate and share best practices.”

Each of the four conference areas will bring a different part of the open source community to the table, providing a holistic overview of the industry for attendees of the new Open Source Summit.

LinuxCon

This is the event where 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.

ContainerCon

Leading experts in both the development and operations communities will come together to share ideas and best practices for container technologies 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

The open source projects, products, technologies, and companies driving the cloud, big data and networking ecosystems of today and tomorrow gather at this event. They discuss cloud platforms, automation and management tools, DevOps, virtualization, containers, software-defined networking, storage and filesystems, big data tools and platforms, open source best practices, and much more.

Community Leadership Conference (North America and Europe only)

Leading practitioners who are building empowered and productive open source communities come together to share their expertise. 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.

Registration for The Linux Foundation Open Source Summit Japan, North America and Europe will open in December. Organizations interested in sponsoring these events can download a prospectus from http://events.linuxfoundation.org/sponsor.

The events will take place at the following dates and locations:

Watch open source leaders, entrepreneurs, developers, and IT operations experts speak live next week, Oct. 4-6, 2016, at LinuxCon and ContainerCon Europe in Berlin. The Linux Foundation will provide live streaming video of all the event’s keynotes for those who can’t attend.

Sign up for the free streaming video.

The keynote speakers will focus on the technologies and trends having the biggest impact on open source development today, including containers, networking and IoT, as well as hardware, cloud applications, and the Linux kernel. See the full agenda of keynotes.

Tune into free live video streaming at 9 a.m. CET each day to watch keynotes with:

  • Jilayne Lovejoy, Principal Open Source Counsel, ARM

  • Solomon Hykes, Founder, CTO and Chief Product Officer, Docker

  • Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director, Hyperledger Project

  • Christopher Schlaeger, Director Kernel and Operating Systems, Amazon Development Center Germany

  • Dan Kohn, Executive Director, Cloud Native Computing Foundation

  • Brandon Philips, CTO, CoreOS

  • Many more

Can’t catch the live stream next week? Don’t worry—if you register now, we’ll send out the recordings of keynotes after the conference ends!

You can also follow along on Twitter with the hashtag #linuxcon. Share the live streaming of keynotes with your friends and colleagues!

Watch open source leaders, entrepreneurs, visionaries, and educators speak live on Aug. 22-24, 2016, at LinuxCon and ContainerCon North America in Toronto.  The Linux Foundation will provide live streaming video of all the event’s keynotes for those who can’t attend.

Sign up for the free streaming video.

The keynote speakers will focus on the technologies and trends having the biggest impact on open source development today, including containers, networking and IoT, as well as hardware, cloud applications, and the Linux kernel. See the full schedule.

Linus Torvalds, Linux and Git creator and Linux Foundation fellow, will be on stage on Wednesday at 9 a.m. Eastern in a Q&A with Dirk Hohndel, chief open source officer at VMware.

Brian Behlendorf, founder of The Apache Software Foundation will also give a keynote on Wednesday in his new role as executive director at the Hyperledger Project.

Joe Beda, entrepreneur in residence at venture capital firm Accel Partners, will speak at 5:15 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday. Beda, the lead architect of Google Compute Engine who also helped launch Kubernetes, has carte blanche from Accel to come up with new business ideas and will eventually launch his own startup (possibly around Kubernetes.)  

Other keynote speakers include:

  • Abhishek Chauhan, vice president and CTO at Citrix

  • Cory Doctorow, science fiction author, activist, journalist and blogger

  • Dr. Margaret Heffernan, entrepreneur, management expert and author of five books including “BEYOND MEASURE: The Big Impact of Small Changes”

  • Dr. Ainissa Ramirez, science and STEM education evangelist and author of “Save our Science”

  • Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO of Red Hat

  • Jim Zemlin, executive director at The Linux Foundation
     

Sign up for free streaming video and follow along on Twitter with the hashtag #linuxcon.

Can’t catch the live stream next week? You can still register and receive recordings of the keynotes after the conference ends.

 

You can celebrate the 25th anniversary of Linux with Linus Torvalds and other open source innovators and leaders at LinuxCon North America and ContainerCon this year.

Torvalds, Linux and Git creator and Linux Foundation fellow, will keynote at the event, to be held in Toronto, Canada Aug. 22-24. He’ll be one among many open source innovators and influencers who will gather to discuss and demonstrate the latest in open source technologies beyond Linux.

The keynote speakers will focus on the technologies and trends having the biggest impact on open source development today, including containers, networking and IoT, as well as hardware, cloud applications, and the Linux kernel. See the full schedule, which is now available from The Linux Foundation.

Brian Behlendorf, founder of The Apache Software Foundation will give a keynote this year  in his new role as executive director at the Hyperledger Project. As a primary developer of the Apache Web server, the most popular web server software on the Internet, Behlendorf “changed the web,” says Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin. Now he’s contributing to the next generation of the Internet technology stack, creating a shared, distributed ledger at the Hyperledger Project.  

Joe Beda, entrepreneur in residence at venture capital firm Accel Partners, will also give a LinuxCon keynote this year. Beda, the lead architect of Google Compute Engine who also helped launch Kubernetes, has carte blanche from Accel to come up with new business ideas and will eventually launch his own startup (possibly around Kubernetes.)  

Other keynote speakers include:

  • Abhishek Chauhan, vice president and CTO at Citrix

  • Cory Doctorow, science fiction author, activist, journalist and blogger

  • Dr. Margaret Heffernan, entrepreneur, management expert and author of five books including “BEYOND MEASURE: The Big Impact of Small Changes”

  • Dr. Ainissa Ramirez, science and STEM education evangelist and author of “Save our Science”

  • Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO of Red Hat

  • Jim Zemlin, executive director at The Linux Foundation

LinuxCon will feature more than 150 sessions, ranging from tutorials to deep technical sessions, with new content on the latest kernel updates, DevOps, Professional Open Source Management, networking, hypervisors/virtualization, storage technologies and interfaces, security, Internet of Things and talks related to open source collaboration and best practices.

ContainerCon is a technical conference co-located with LinuxCon to expand the event and bring together leaders in the development and deployment of containers and the Linux kernel to innovate on the delivery of open source infrastructure.

“This year, (LinuxCon) is more than a meeting of the minds,” Zemlin said. “It’s also a celebration of open source software as we mark the 25th anniversary of Linux.”

Those who register by June 5 will save up to $300. This year, LinuxCon and ContainerCon will also feature a Hall Pass option, providing access to the exhibit hall, lounge spaces, evening booth crawl and more for $100.

See the full schedule of speakers or register now to attend LinuxCon North America and ContainerCon.