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COSF 2015 : CoreOS Fest 2015

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Link: https://coreos.com/fest/
 
When May 4, 2015 - May 5, 2015
Where San Francisco
Submission Deadline Mar 31, 2015
Categories    open source   golang   distributed systems   linux
 

Call For Papers

The call for papers is now open for the first ever CoreOS Fest. CoreOS Fest is an event where we celebrate you - those who want to join us on a journey to secure the backend of the Internet and build distributed systems technologies to bring web scale architecture to any organization.

This two-day event in San Francisco connects developers, operations, DevOps professionals and more of all levels to learn about the tools and best practices to build modern infrastructure stacks. We want to hear talks on all the interesting things you are working on, such as:


Stories and real examples of implementing and running distributed systems

Ways containers are being used and lessons learned

Application-first methodologies and practices

Illustrations of how you’ve applied of CoreOS open source components – CoreOS, Rocket, etcd, flannel, fleet

And more!

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