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April 15, 2015 @ 7pm

Discussion Topic: The Next Generation Cloud: Unleashing the Power of the Unikernel

Guest Speaker: Russell Pavlicek

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Topic: Next Generation Cloud: Unleashing the Power of the Unikernel

Abstract: We will discuss the basics of the unikernel concept and how it will shape the future architecture of the cloud.

Presenter: Russell Pavlicek

Bio: Currently employed by Citrix as the Evangelist for Xen Project, Russell has spent two decades evangelizing Open Source. Since his introduction to Linux in 1995, he has relentlessly promoted the concept of Open Source to anyone who would listen. He has over 150 pieces published, including columns for Infoworld and Processor magazines and one book. He has spoken at over 75 Open Source conferences, including most of the biggest Linux conferences in North America. A former panelist on The Linux Show weekly webcast, he also has many years of experience employing Open Source software in solutions for clients.


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