Open Source Summit Japan

Event Details
May 31, 2017 - 2:00am - June 2, 2017 - 2:00am
Tokyo Conference Center Ariake Tokyo

Open Source Summit Japan is a technical conference containing three events in one: LinuxCon, ContainerCon and CloudOpen. Over 600 attendees are expected to gather for three days to network with other open source professionals, collaborate and share information, and learn about the latest open technologies. Open Source Summit Japan is one of three international summits (Japan, North America, and Europe) being presented by The Linux Foundation in 2017. The summit draws a variety of attendees, including developers, operations experts, business and legal professionals, students, media, analysts, and other professionals. Most of the conference presentations at Open Source Summit Japan will be given in English although simultaneous translation from English to Japanese is provided for all keynote speeches.

  • LinuxCon focuses on updates, education, collaboration, and problem-solving related to the Linux ecosystem. Attendees can expect a variety of presentations and demos as well as lively discussion and collaboration on Linux topics.
  • ContainerCon brings together experts in container development and operations and focuses on DevOps culture, portability, automation, and efficiency. The purpose of ContainerCon is to encourage innovation on the delivery of open source infrastructure.
  • CloudOpen provides education and collaboration specifically designed to advance the open cloud. CloudOpen gathers professionals to discuss a wide variety of topics including cloud platforms, automation and management tools, containers, virtualization, software-defined networking, DevOps, storage and filesystems, big data tools and platforms, and open source best practices.

The schedule for Open Source Summit Japan can be found here.