Interview series with speakers from OpenStack Summit in Paris

OpenStack Summit interview series: the road to Kilo

Posted 17 Oct 2014 by 

Jason Baker (Red Hat)
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It's a busy time of the year for OpenStack, with the Juno release just out the door and planning for the upcoming release Kilo already underway. In celebration of new release and the OpenStack Summit in Paris on November 3-7, Opensource.com is featuring a number of interviews with key speakers at the event.

We're excited about the lineup of speakers. From developers to end users, project leads to foundation staff, there are so many good sessions to look forward to that there will be many hard choices to make for anyone trying to attend when sessions overlap. We hope that if you're not able to make it to the Paris Summit, or do attend but miss a sesion or two you wish you could attend, that we can help fill you in with the details of what's happening and where things are headed.

Not sure what to expect in Paris? Check out our summary of the different tracks for speaker sessions, or check back to our coverage of the previous summit in Atlanta earlier this year.

Meet the speakers

You also might be interested in some of our previous interviews with OpenStack experts, and our complete coverage of the OpenStack project on Opensource.com.

So, please check back over the next few weeks as we continue to feature speaker interviews before, during, and after the summit, and if there's someone who we haven't interviewed yet who you'd like us to get on our docket.

Are you speaking at OpenStack Summit? Interested in participating in the interview series? We'd love to talk to you! Send us an email and let's share your open source cloud story.

Jason is passionate about using technology to make the world more open, from software development to bringing sunlight to local governments. He is particularly interested in data visualization/analysis, DIY/maker culture, simulations/modeling, geospatial technologies, and cloud computing, especially OpenStack. Follow him on Twitter or Google+.