May OpenStack Summit Vancouver Session Voting Closing Soon!

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The next OpenStack Summit will be here before we know it and as a long-standing member of and contributor to the OpenStack community, we have proposed a number of sessions that we believe will be of interest to the community.  Covering topics from specific OpenStack project insights to broader integration topics of using OpenStack with Ceph, Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry.

Now’s your chance to vote for the sessions that you are most interested in attending, but time is running out. Voting closes this Sunday, February, 25th at 23:59 PM PST / Monday, February 26th at 07:59 AM UTC.

Check out our sessions and click your favorites to cast your vote:

Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes: Better Together

Containerized vs. VM-Based Cloud Foundry – A Performance Comparison

Leveraging Your OpenStack Troubleshooting Tool Box

Magnum Debugging 101

Enabling Cloud-Native Applications with Application Credentials in Keystone h

Intro to OpenStack’s new Self-Healing SIG

Working Remotely in a Worldwide Community

Keystone Federated Swift: Getting the Most Out of your Object Storage in a Federated Environment

Status of OpenStack upgrade testing and future

FOSS Kubernetes cluster management tools on OpenStack Cloud

Non-native English speakers in OpenStack communities: A True Story

Can Magnum really be the only answer?

Building high-performance S3 infrastructure with CEPH

Is it time to review your storage choices available?

To learn more about our enterprise-ready OpenStack distribution, visit the SUSE OpenStack Cloud webpage.

I look forward to seeing you all in Vancouver!

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Terri Schlosser
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Terri Schlosser

Terri recently joined the SUSE team as the Head of Product and Solutions Marketing. Prior to joining, Terri was at Rackspace where she was a Senior Marketing Manager for their OpenStack private cloud solutions, responsible for developing the solutions messaging framework and delivering a comprehensive integrated product marketing program. And before that Terri spent 16 years at IBM primarily within the Tivoli and Power Systems Software teams as a manager and individual contributor in marketing, product management, development, sales enablement and business development. She was even lucky enough to spend 2 years on assignment in the IBM software lab in Krakow Poland. Terri currently lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and 2 boys and loves spending time with her family, traveling and skiing.