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Openexpo Europe 2018 and Oracle Linux: see you in Madrid on June 6th

Simon Coter
Senior Manager, Oracle Linux and Virtualization Product Management

On Wednesday, June 6th I'll be in Madrid for the Openexpo Europe, the leading annual Open Source and Free Software Conference in Europe.

It will be my honor to take part to this great event and, at the same time, talk on cool things we're doing around Linux and Virtualization; the session "Oracle Linux: foundation for the Open Cloud" will deep dive on what Oracle is doing on the open ecosystem for everything related to the infrastructure as Oracle Linux, Oracle VM, Kubernetes, Openstack, Ksplice, VirtualBox and more.

Abstract of the same is:

"The choices you make today will impact your future cloud success.
Oracle Linux, the foundation of the public Oracle Cloud, is fully tested and proven by running more than 61 billion transactions a day.
Operating systems, management solutions, containers and virtualization are the fundamental building blocks of modern IT infrastructure. Oracle combines them all into one integrated offering: Oracle Linux.
Operating on your choice of hardware, in your data center or in the Oracle Cloud, Oracle Linux provides the reliability, scalability, security, and performance for demanding enterprise workloads.

#linux #cloud #virtualization #kubernetes #openstack #oraclevm #ksplice #oracle #trulyopen #rebootless"

This is the 5th edition and it offers a two day (June 6th and 7th) event for the professionals and technology enthusiast with a special interest in Open Source technologies and the new ways to develop the digital transformation of their business. The aim of OpenExpo is to spread, present, discover and evaluate the solutions and trends of the industry offered by Open Source & Open Software and Open World Economy (Open Data and Open Innovation).

You can find further details related to the event on openexpoeurope.com website and on my own session at this link.

Hope to see you in Madrid!

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