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Tuesday, April 16 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Cloud - Are We Doing Enough - Robert Schweikert, SUSE

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Linux is the undisputed leader in Cloud computing. Yet, despite a heavy technical bend in the FOSS community the Cloud Compute topic is stillvery much dominated by hype. Even some talks and panel discussions advertised as technical often end up in impractical tangential arguments. The presentation will encourage thought and discourse in the current state of affairs by providing some examples of recent history showing where we asa technical community may not sufficiently stand our ground to steer thepublic discussion away from hype toward technical sound arguments. There may not be any quick fixes or easy answers, but there is certainly plentyof food for thought.


Robert Schweikert

Distinquished Architect, SUSE
As a member of the ISV Engineering team at SUSE I lead the Public Cloud effort as Public Cloud Architect. I work closely with our Public Cloud Partners, Amazon, Google, and Microsoft. The Public Cloud team is responsible for SUSE published images in the various cloud frameworks as... Read More →

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