The first event of Europe for open source code and community contributors offers more than 200 sessions across 13 micro-conferences, covering the essential topics and technologies at the heart of open source.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Linux Foundationthe nonprofit enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced the full schedule for European Open Source Summit, the leading conference for open source developers, technologists and community leaders. The event is taking place September 13-16 in Dublin, Ireland and virtually. The schedule can be seen here.
OS Summit Europe will offer a strong program of over 325 conferences across 13 micro-conferences covering the most essential and cutting edge open source topics: Linux Systems, Supply Chain Security, AI + Data, OSPO, Community Leadership, Embedded IoT, Cloud, Diversity, Containers, Embedded Linux and more .
Highlights from the 2022 conference session include:
- Containers as illusion – Michael Kerrisk, man7.org
- How to report your Linux kernel bug – Thorsten Leemhuis
- Embedded Linux Conference
- Start up car ECUs very quickly with modern safety features – Brendan Le Foll, BMW Car IT GmbH
- From a Security Expert’s Diary: Dos and Don’ts When Choosing Software for Your Next Embedded Product – Marta Rybczynska, Syslinbit
- Meeting the challenge of transactions in a cloud-native world – Grace Janssen, IBM
- Open Edge Infrastructure Challenges and Solutions – Ildiko Vancsa, Open Infrastructure Foundation
- Building a Team for Upstream: Things We Learned Building InnerSource Teams for Open Source Impact – Emma Irvin, Microsoft
- A practical guide to outbound open source – that scales and can be easily adapted to businesses of different sizes – Olivier Fendt, Siemens AG
- Critical Software Summit
- The unexpected demise of open source libraries – Liran Tal, Snyk
- Address space isolation for increased Linux kernel security – Igor Stoppa, Nvidia
- Emerging Operating Systems Forum
- Demystifying the WASM landscape: an introduction – Divya Mohan, SUSA
- How Open Source Helps a Grid Manager Meet the Challenges of Energy Transition – Jonas van den Bogaard & Nico Rikken, Alliandre
- Compose the ultimate SBOM – Ivana Atanasova & Velichka Atanasova, vmware
- From Kubernetes with ♥ Open Tools for Open and Secure Supply Chains – Adolfo Garcia Veytia, chain guard
- Diversity Empowerment Summit
- Overcome the impostor syndrome to become a speaker! – Dawn Foster, vmware
- Teaching collaboration to the next generation of open source contributors – Ruth Suehle, Red Hat
- Open Source On-Ramp
- Debug Embedded Linux – Marta Rybczynska, Syslinbit
- Getting Started with Kernel-Based Virtual Machine (KVM) – Leonard Sheng Sheng Lee, Computers
- AI + Data Open Forum
- Beyond Neural Search: A hands-on tutorial on building a cross-modal/multi-modal solution with Jina AI – Han Xiao & Sami Jaghouar, Jina AI
- Truly open lineage – Mandy Chessel, Pragmatic Data Research Ltd
- Assessing OSS options for creating container images – Matthias Haeussler, Novatec
- Interactive debugging of Dockerfile with Buildg – Kohei Tokunaga, NTT Company
- Community Leadership Conference
- Panel discussion: Developing open source within the Irish government – Claire Dillon, Ireland Open Network; Tony Shannon, Department of Public Expenditure and Government Reform of the Ireland; Tim Willoughby, An Garda Siochana, ireland police department; Gar MacCriosta, Linux Foundation Public Health; John Concannon, foreign affairs department
- Development team metrics that matter – Avishag Sahar, LinearB
- Embedded IoT Summit
- Design of an open-source, modular, 5G-enabled, container-based scientific data capture hexacopter – Mauro Borrageiro & Ngoni Mombeshora, University of The cap
- Contribute to Zephyr vs (Linux and U-boot) – Partiban Nallathambi, Linumiz
Keynote speakers will be announced in the coming weeks.
Registration (in person) is offered at the anticipated price of $850 through July 17. Registration to attend virtually is $25. Members of the Linux Foundation receive a 20% discount on registration and can contact [email protected] to request a member discount code.
Diversity and need-based scholarship applications are currently being accepted. For more information on eligibility and how to apply, please Click here. The Linux Foundation Travel Fund is also accepting applications, with the aim of allowing open source developers and community members to attend events they otherwise could not attend due to a lack of funding. To learn more and apply, please Click here.
Health and security
In-person attendees will need to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus and must comply with all on-site health measures, per the Linux Foundation Code of conduct. To learn more, visit the Health and security Web page.
The Open Source Summit Europe 2022 is made possible Thank you to our sponsorsincluding Diamond Sponsors: AWS, Google and IBM, Platinum Sponsors: Huawei and Intel, and Gold Sponsors: Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Codethink, Docker, Mend, Red Hat and Styra. To find out how to become an event sponsor, Click here Where Email us.
Members of the press wishing to request a press card to attend should contact Kristin O’Connell.
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