OpenNebula Conference 2013 Announces Final Speaker Line-up

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OpenNebula Conference 2013 Announces Final Speaker Line-up

The OpenNebula Conference is proud to announce the final line-up of speakers and the schedule for 2013.
We had a big response to the call for proposals. Thanks for submitting a talk proposal!. Although all submissions were of very high quality and merit, only a small amount of abstracts will be presented. The Lightning Talk Session provides a new opportunity to submit presentation proposals.
Do not forget to register as soon as possible since the number of places is limited. There is still time to take advantage of our early registration offer, which expires at the end of June. You can also take advantage of the available sponsorship opportunities which are a great chance to present your company with the leading open source datacenter virtualization solution.
Keynote Speakers

Sessions about User Experiences and Case Studies

Session about Integration with other Cloud Tools

Session about Interoperability and HPC Clouds

Session for Community Discussion and Involvement

  • Hands-on Tutorial: Build, configure and operate your own OpenNebula cloud
  • Hacking Sessions: Meet face to face to discuss development, coordinate, write code and collaborate with other developers
  • Open Spaces: Discuss passionate questions, burning ideas, features, integrations or any topic of your choice
  • Lightning Talks: Present your feature, integration, experience, use case, collaboration invitation, quick tip, or demonstration in five minutes

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