OpenShift Commons Gathering at Austin 2017 Recap with Videos and Slides
December 17, 2017 | by
OpenShift's Open Source Community continues to grow and drive innovation into OpenShift Origin and Upstream projects
Now 315+ Member Organizations strong, the sold-out OpenShift Commons Gathering in Austin brought together the diverse community of developers, engineers, contributors, users, service providers and cloud natives to discuss the road ahead for OpenShift and Kubernetes.
OpenShift Commons is open to all community participants: users, operators, enterprises, non-profits, educational institutions, partners, and service providers as well as other open source technology initiatives utilized under the hood or to extend the OpenShift platform.
Austin Shines Spotlight on Cross-Community Collaboration and Production Case Studies
The OpenShift community is once again incredibly grateful to all the wonderful speakers and panelists who participated and shared their stories, roadmaps and use cases with us at the OpenShift Commons Gathering in Austin. Your participation is what has made all of OpenShift Commons Gatherings so successful and served as inspiration to the rest of our community. Your insights, feedback, and lessons learned are an integral part of what makes OpenShift the leading Kubernetes-based Enterprise-ready Container Application Platform and continues to drive innovation into OpenShift Origin, Kubernetes, OCI, CNCF, and all the related upstream container and Cloud Native technologies that are part of our eco-system.
What's Next? Machine Learning, Mobile, IoT, Big Data and more Cross-Community Collaboration!
One of the Common themes of the Austin Gathering was the forward-looking nature of the case studies and panelist conversations. Now that the underpinnings of OpenShift and Kubernetes are stable and continue to mature, the speakers were now focusing in on enabling and extending OpenShift for specific workloads such as IoT, Machine Learning, Mobile and Big Data. To help continue the conversations, we invite you to join the OpenShift Commons Special Interest Groups for these topics and more here: http://commons.openshift.org/#interests
Videos and Slides are now available on our YouTube Channel
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