For the 9th year running, the global Apache CloudStack community will be holding its major event —CloudStack Collaboration Conference— on 8-12 November 2021. Due to the pandemic, the event will take place virtually to enable even more people interested in CloudStack technology to learn about its latest features, capabilities, and integrations.
Тhe 2021 edition of the CloudStack Collaboration Conference starts with a full hackathon day on 8 November. The next 4 days acome with numerous exciting technical talks, as well as 5 different workshops that will provide newcomers an in-depth overview of the power of CloudStack technology. A separate track focused on user success stories is expected to be an engaging draw, where attendees will learn about the CloudStack implementations in companies that include NTT Data, CloudOps, EWERK, Cloud.ca, and more.
One of the most promising talks at the event is the keynote, “Bringing digital services to 1.3 billion people with CloudStack”. In this presentation, event attendees will learn about Digital India, Government of India’s flagship program to realize its vision of transforming India into a digitally-empowered society and knowledge economy —powered by Apache CloudStack.
CloudStack Collaboration Conference is a free-to-join event, open to everybody seeking to learn more about one of the most powerful and mature Open Source Cloud management platforms. Registration is now open online and closes the day of the event.
A community-organised event, CloudStack Collaboration Conference is run entirely by volunteers and passionate enthusiasts. Thank you to 2021 CloudStack Collaboration Conference sponsors ShapeBlue, LINBIT, StorPool, XCP-ng, CloudOps, EWERK Group, and Versio for their partnership and commitment to delivering the event to the global CloudStack community.
Apache CloudStack originated in 2008 as a start-up project at Cloud.com, and rapidly evolved through the years to become a favored turnkey solution for Cloud builders, IaaS providers, telcos, and enterprises. CloudStack entered the Apache Incubator in 2012 and graduated as an Apache Top-Level Project in 2013, backed by a vibrant, diverse community of engineers, DevOps, Cloud architects, and C-level leaders united with the aim of advancing the Apache CloudStack project and its community.
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