[Linux-aus] Open Cloud Symposium Schedule for LCA2016 - UPDATED

Joshua Hesketh josh at nitrotech.org
Wed Jan 27 12:09:54 AEDT 2016

Hello all,

Due to a couple of withdrawals and other changes we've updated the
programme to the following. Please note that a couple of talks have
changed times.

09:00 – 10:00    Conference Opening
10:00 – 10:40    …morning tea…
10:40 – 11:25    Continuous Delivery using blue-green deployments and
immutable infrastructure by Ruben Rubio Rey
11:35 – 12:20    The Twelve-Factor Container by Casey West
12:20 – 13:20    …lunch…
13:20 – 14:05    Assorted Security Topics in Open Cloud: Overview of
Advanced Threats, 2015’s Significant Vulnerabilities and Lessons, and
Advancements in OpenStack Trusted Computing and Hadoop Encryption by Dr.
Jason Cohen
14:15 – 15:00    Managing Infrastructure as Code by Allan Shone
15:00 – 15:40    …afternoon tea…
15:40 – 16:00    Cloud Anti-Patterns by Casey West
16:05 – 16:25    Cloud Crafting - Public / Private / Hybrid by Steven Ellis
16:35 – 17:20    Live Migration of Linux Containers by Tycho Andersen

Full abstracts and speaker bios can be found here:


The Open Cloud Symposium organisers.

== About Open Cloud Symposium ==

The Open Cloud Symposium will be held on Monday 01 February 2016 in
Geelong, Victoria as part of linux.conf.au 2016.

The Open Cloud Symposium is a one day mini-conference dedicated to all
things cloud held as part of the main linux.conf.au conference. A ticket
for linux.conf.au is required to attend the event.

== About linux.conf.au ==

Linux Conference Australia, officially ‘linux.conf.au’ and
affectionately known as ‘LCA’, started life as the the Congress of
Australian Linux Users in 1999. Since 2001, the conference has been held
around different cities and towns in both Australia and New Zealand,
attracting both Linux professionals and passionate hobbyists.

linux.conf.au is an informal, grass-roots event, where the hallway track
is just as valuable as the formal conference schedule. The conference
has spawned a close knit and tightly connected community in Australia
and overseas.

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