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Wednesday, April 17 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Open Compute Project: An Overview - John Linville, Red Hat

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The Open Compute Project was started a couple of years ago with the goal of ""efficient computing infrastructures at the lowest possible cost"".  With initial backing from Facebook and continued support from a broader community of hardware vendors, OCP is becoming a significant concern in our industry.
This talk will provide an overview of the origins of the OCP, what it is doing, and where it may be going.  Special emphasis will be made on how the OCP is applying open source principles in pursuit of their larger goals.

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John W. Linville

Kernel Engineer, Red Hat
As the former Linux kernel maintainer for wireless LANs, John presided over the transition of that subsystem from "constant heartache" to "mostly just works" status. More recently, John's technical pursuits have included SDN and NFV topics. Employed at Red Hat for over a decade, John... Read More →

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