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FOSDEM 2017: Software Defined Storage Devroom

Gluster
2016-10-19

Gluster and Ceph are delighted to be hosting a Software Defined Storage devroom at FOSDEM 2017.

Important dates:

  • Nov 16: Deadline for submissions
  • Dec  1: Speakers notified of acceptance
  • Dec  5: Schedule published

This year, we’re looking for conversations about open source software defined storage, use cases in the real world, and where the future lies. We’re inviting any Free/Libre/Open Source Software for software defined storage.
Please include the following information when submitting a proposal:

  • Your name
  • The title of your talk (please be descriptive, as titles will be listed with around 250 from other projects)
  • Short abstract of one or two paragraphs
  • Short bio (with photo)

The deadline for submissions is November 16th 2016. FOSDEM will be held
on the weekend of February 4-5, 2017 and the Software Defined Storage DevRoom will take
place on Sunday, February 5, 2017. Please use the following website to
submit your proposals:

https://penta.fosdem.org/submission/FOSDEM17

 

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