(Gawkwire) – Fibernet, a Utah-based provider of dedicated hosting, colocation, and cloud hosting has sent three members of their technical staff to attend the OpenStack Conference in Portland.
The 2013 conference will be held in the Oregon Convention Center and will bring together technology leaders from across the globe to collaborate and discuss the OpenStack software. Openstack, founded by Rackspace Hosting and NASA, is a global collaboration aimed to deliver solutions for all types of cloud computing platforms.
“We’re truly excited for the opportunity to listen, learn, and collaborate with some of the brightest minds in our industry,” stated Technical Operations Manager Troy Stephens. “OpenStack is probably the most exciting innovation in our field at the moment and we’re looking forward to implementing what we learn at the Summit to provide a better product at Fibernet.”
This Summit includes over 150 breakout sessions, hands-on workshops, and collaborative design sessions where attendees can participate and contribute. Keynote speakers include Brian Stevens, CTO and VP of Worldwide Engineering, Jonathan Bryce, Executive Director of Openstack Foundation, and Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu.
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