Cephalocon Gangnam Style

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The most eagerly awaited event in the open source software-defined storage calendar is without a doubt Cephalocon. In 2019, the Ceph community came to Barcelona, but it was recently announced that in March 2020, Cephalocon is coming to Seoul, South Korea!

All about Seoul

Seoul is the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea, and is a suitably high-tech city in which to be discussing open source software-defined storage. It’s also the birthplace of PSY, the singer of Gangnam Style, which became the first video to exceed one billion hits on YouTube after its release in 2012.

Will you be a Seoul Survivor?

While we can’t guarantee that PSY’s catchy tunes will be playing throughout the conference, we can guarantee it will be packed full of excellent content. If you’re part of the vibrant Ceph community, then it’s time to submit your proposals for presentations through the Call for Papers. Whether your area of expertise is Ceph operations, management and development; container storage; integrating Ceph with other platforms like Kubernetes, OpenStack or Hadoop; deployment automation; big data storage or helping address developer challenges, Seoul will be the place to be from the 3rd to 5th of March 2020, so get your proposals in now!

The CFP is open until December 6th, and those with accepted proposals will be contacted the week of January 13th 2020.

There will be a developer summit on March 3rd, followed by the main Cephalocon summit on March 4th and 5th, so there will be content available for almost anyone with an interest in Ceph. What are you waiting for? Submit your proposal in the CFP now, and I hope to see you in Seoul in March!

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Matthew Johns
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Matthew Johns

I have over 20 years’ experience in the IT, cloud and hosting industry gained in a variety of roles spanning project management to product release and product marketing. I’m responsible for product marketing for SUSE OpenStack Cloud, and have been working with OpenStack since it was released in 2010. Outside of work, I enjoy running, cycling, great beer (craft, cask, keg – call it what you like as long as it tastes good), spending time with my family, playing the piano and charity fundraising – I’ve been supporting the Movember Foundation since 2006, and have run multiple races, climbed mountains and cycled around the UK for many charities over the years.