Date(s) - 23/11/2023 - 24/11/2023
8:30 am - 5:30 pm
For another year, ShapeBlue is supporting the CloudStack Collaboration Conference and actively helping in its organization. CloudStack Collaboration Conference is a 2-day hybrid get-together for the global CloudStack community and people interested in open-source technology. The hybrid event is aimed at developers, operators and users to discuss and evolve the open-source software, its functionality and real-world operability. This event will introduce you to the CloudStack family, community leaders, project members and contributors.
About the Event
The event agenda encapsulates various topics encompassing cloud management, automation, infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and other pertinent subjects. It provides an arena for participants to explore the latest developments within the CloudStack project, meet project contributors and cloud industry leaders.
CloudStack Collaboration Conference is the most significant global CloudStack and open-source cloud builders event. CloudStack is used by some of the world’s largest telecoms, enterprises and Fortune 100 companies. Join the event as a sponsor and get the chance to meet and network with senior staff and C-level executives from these companies. Sponsoring this event allows you to engage with a large number of developers, cloud architects and technical leaders. By partnering with CloudStack Collaboration Conference you get brand visibility into one of the most dynamic and vibrant open-source communities globally.
Meet Some of the ShapeBlue Speakers
State of the Union, Rohit Yadav
In this session, Rohit will reflect on the last year of project collaboration, developments in CloudStack and community activity. He will set out how he sees the project developing over the next few years.
What’s New in CloudStack 4.19, Abhishek Kumar
Abhishek will give a brief introduction to the new and exciting features in the upcoming Apache CloudStack 4.19 release.
Migrating VMware Infra to KVM Using CloudStack, Nicolas Vazquez
In this session, Nicolas will present a new feature, targeted for CloudStack 4.19, which allows administrators to migrate Instances from a VMware environment (external or connected to CloudStack) and import them into a KVM CloudStack-managed environment.
Visit the following link to view this year’s agenda – https://www.cloudstackcollab.org/#schedule