OSCON is just days away. A team of us from Intel are preparing for the event. Intel has too much to offer in the open source space so we just have to pick and choose the most relevant topics for the anticipated audience while painfully cutting out tons of attractive stuff.
Out of the spectrum of repertoires Intel has, we picked subjects around MeeGo and servers. The burst in numbers and choices we have for client and mobile technologies, application availability, and data variation and volume puts us in pressure to deliver the most powerful, efficient, and reliable server platforms. We intend to demonstrate our efforts around these opportunities and challenges.
I, a member of Data Center Group, as usual am focused on messages around servers and data center technologies. I will be at the event supporting Intel exhibits. Please do find time to stop by and find me to have conversations on servers in open source space, addressing above said opportunities and challenges, on top of browsing our server presence such as:
- A technical session “RAS for Intel® Xeon® processors” by Tony Luck
- A technical session “Open source compliance meets supply chain management” by Andy Wilson
- Demo at Intel exhibit “Novell SLES 11 SP1 and Intel Xeon processor RAS”
- Demo at Intel exhibit “Red Hat RHEL 6 virtualization and RAS”
- Chalk talk at Intel exhibit “Novell – Intel Xeon processor 7500 & SLES SP1, Platespin”
- Chalk talk at Intel exhibit “Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization – virtual I/O and KVM”
- Chalk talk at Intel exhibit “Intel Xeon processor RAS”
- Chalk talk at Intel exhibit “Oracle MySQL”
- Chalk talk at Intel exhibit “Oracle OpenSolaris”
- …and much more…