Linux Foundation members, open source developers, open source legal experts, community experts and Collaborative Projects leaders will gather this week in Santa Rosa, Calif., for the invitation-only Collaboration Summit. The Linux Foundation's live video stream of Collaboration Summit keynotes will be available on Wednesday, Feb. 18, starting at 9:00 a.m. PST. (Login required.)
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Here's the lineup:
Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin will explain expectations for the Linux platform in 2015.
3D Robotics’ CEO Chris Anderson will cover new Linux Foundation Collaborative Project Dronecode and his thoughts on the future of drone technology and open source software.
CoreOS CEO Alex Polvi will present on ‘Containers and the Changing Server Landscape’.
Red Monk Principal Analyst and Co-Founder Stephen O’Grady will discuss the topic, ‘Software at Scale: The Open Source Imperative’.
A panel moderated by OpenDaylight Project Executive Director Neela Jacques, bringing together representatives of OpenStack, OPNFV, and OpenDaylight, including Stefano Maffulli of OpenStack, Chris Price of Ericsson, Phil Robb of The Linux Foundation, and Chris Wright of Red Hat, to discuss how the future of networking and cloud infrastructure is open, and how these projects work together.
Facebook Head of Open Source James Pearce, and Engineering Director Blake Matheny will discuss open source activities at Facebook.
A panel on “Containers, PAAS, and the Future of Application Development,” moderated by Red Monk’s Stephen O’Grady, featuring panelists including Lauren Cooney of Cisco, Craig McLuckie of Google, and James Watters of Pivotal.
LWN.net Editor and Linux Kernel Developer Jon Corbet will review recent events in the kernel development community, discuss the current state of the kernel and the challenges it faces, and look forward to how the kernel may address those challenges.
An Internet of Things Panel, moderated by Linux Foundation Senior Director of IoT Philip DesAutels, and featuring panelists including Glen Allmendinger of Harbor Research and Jan Brockman of Electrolux, will cover the impact of connecting everything on business models, and challenges of building connected products, including Jevons Paradox.