Entries tagged [conference]
Apache CloudStack Weekly News - 1 July 2013
We are half way through the year and a lot of work is done, and lot more is yet to be done. This week we look back at some of the CloudStack Collaboration Conference, work continues on 4.1.1 and 4.2.0, and we have some interesting discussions on how we should release the CloudMonkey and Marvin tools used with CloudStack. There's a by-laws vote underway to look at how and where we decide non-technical issues, and some discussion on the best way to to discuss and do code reviews.[Read More]
Apache CloudStack Weekly News - 17 June 2013
It's been another busy week for the Apache CloudStack project. This week we welcome another new committer, work continues on 4.1.1 and 4.2.0, and we have some interesting discussions on how we should release the CloudMonkey and Marvin tools used with CloudStack. We've also seen a few interesting marketing discussions, and the community is gearing up for the second CloudStack Collaboration Conference taking place 23 June through 25 June in Santa Clara, CA.[Read More]
The CloudStack Conference CFP Deadline is Approaching! Submit Talks by Sunday
Are you using, supporting, or helping develop Apache CloudStack? Doing interesting work around Apache CloudStack? If so, you should be speaking at the second CloudStack Collaboration Conference this June in Santa Clara. The deadline for submissions is Sunday, May 12th. You can submit talks at http://www.cloudstackcollab.com/CfP/.
The Collaboration Conference will feature tracks for users, developers, and integrators of Apache CloudStack. We’re looking for presentations that provide insight into best practices in deploying and developing Apache CloudStack. This includes supporting technologies like configuration management tools, monitoring solutions, and more.[Read More]
Apache CloudStack 2013 Collaboration Conference Call for Proposals
We’re pleased to announce that the Call for Proposals (CfP) for the second CloudStack Collaboration Conference is now open! The conference is being held in Santa Clara, CA from Sunday June 23 through Tuesday June 25.
The Collaboration Conference will feature tracks for users, developers, and integrators of Apache CloudStack. We’re looking for presentations that provide insight into best practices in deploying and developing Apache CloudStack.[Read More]
Announcing CloudStack Collaboration Conference 2013
After a successful first run in Las Vegas, we’re bringing back the CloudStack Collaboration Conference for 2013! This time we’re gathering the community in Santa Clara, California from Sunday June 23rd through Tuesday June 25th.
There’s a lot going on in the Apache CloudStack community, and you won’t want to miss the opportunity to catch up with the developers that are moving CloudStack forward, users who have successfully built production clouds, and integrators who are helping build a healthy ecosystem around the open foundation of Apache CloudStack. The conference is your opportunity to exchange ideas, discuss plans for Apache CloudStack, learn how others are using it, and to participate in workshops and sprints about CloudStack.[Read More]
Apache CloudStack Weekly News - 22 April 2013
This time around, we have two release VOTEs in progress, which means that 4.1.0 is just about out the door. The CloudStack Collaboration Conference 2013 has been announced for June 23rd through 25th. You'll also want to check in on the discussions about the length of the release cycle, Chip Childers and David Nalley appearing on FLOSS Weekly, and much more.
A lot has happened since the last issue of the CloudStack Weekly News, and not just because the community's been busy – we missed getting last week's issue out. Sorry about that! If you'd like to see consistent weekly delivery, check the end of the newsletter to see how you can help.[Read More]
Apache Cloudstack Weekly News - 25 February 2013
This week, interesting discussions on the Java version(s) to be supported by CloudStack, updates on translation, and database changes. Also discussion on the next CloudStack Collaboration Conference, and more. Work on 4.1.0 continues, and there's much to be done before it's ready to ship.[Read More]