Register for: ContainerCon Japan 2016 on July 13 – 15, 2016 produced by The Linux Foundation!
Virtualization is a crucial part of enterprise IT operations and cloud services and innovation is needed to make virtualization systems more efficient, adaptive, and easier to deploy.
Linux has been at the center of this with advancements in nearly every aspect of virtualization with Linux containers being the most recent disruptive technology.
The Linux Foundation is launching a new conference called ContainerCon to bring together leading contributors in Linux containers, the Linux kernel, and related projects to forge a path to continued innovation and education.
Linux containers are disrupting traditional application development and virtualization models; enabling businesses to explore new, improved methods of deploying their services and products. New developments in Linux containers are driving the adoption of cloud and virtualization technologies in many industries and ContainerCon Japan will provide a platform for exhibiting the best work. By being co-located with LinuxCon Japan, ContainerCon Japan will bring together a diverse range of experts from cloud computing and Linux containers to offer a general technical conference that is open to everyone; creating a place where companies on the leading edge can network with users and developers to advance computing.
Open Networking Mini-Summit
The Open Networking Mini-Summit is a two-day event with content covering the SDN/NFV ecosystem to showcase the technologies that are transforming networking for service providers, data center operators and enterprises and to help developers and architects keep up with the SDN/NFV tools and technologies ready for evaluation and deployment.
10 Sessions over two days will offer the chance to be educated by the leaders of the open source SDN/NFV projects leading this transformation, and from the experts driving this innovation.
For more information on the July 13 – 15, 2016 ContainerCon Japan 2016, visit the ContainerCon Japan 2016 agenda.