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OpenStack architect Mark Voelker shares his key takeaways from OpenStack Summit 2017 in Boston.

OpenStack Summit Takeaways

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Another OpenStack Summit is in the books! Last week, I attended my 13th OpenStack Summit in Boston, Mass. Part of what makes OpenStack Summit such a great event is the mix of activities and people. While I saw a lot of familiar faces and spent a lot of time catching up with old friends, I Read more...
Expert Ben Pfaff shares his personal highlights from OpenStack Summit 2017, the biggest of which were the new Open Source Days.

OpenStack Summit Recap

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I attended the OpenStack Summit, the fifth Summit for me, in Boston this week, May 8-11. For me, the highlight was Open Source Days, a new element for this summit. For Open Source Days, the OpenStack Foundation selected 11 open source projects related to OpenStack, Open vSwitch among them, and gave each of them a Read more...
Open source expert Ben Pfaff weighs in on DevPulseCon 2017.

Awareness Unleashed: DevPulseCon Recap

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I attended the DevPulseCon conference, held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., on April 20 and 21. For readers already familiar with this event, you might be shaking your head, wondering if you read that right. Or maybe you’re thinking I got my events confused. Why would someone like me be going to Read more...
As an active participant in the open networking space, it’s no surprise that VMware will be at the conference, hosting a variety of sessions around everything from containers to the Open vSwitch project.

Meng Chow Speaking at Women Who Code Connect 2017 on 4/29

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Women Who Code (WWCode) is a global non-profit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. While software development is one of the fastest growing job sectors in the global economy, it’s also one that’s notorious for being predominantly male. Organizations like Women Who Code aim to change that through advocacy, education, mentorship, and Read more...
VMware recently open sourced vSphere Automation SDK, which was huge. Equally huge, we received the first external community update!

Java and Perl join the vSphere Automation SDKs in Github

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By Alan Renouf, Sr. Product Line Manager, VMware On March 9th 2017 VMware this post here announced the open sourcing of some of VMware’s key Software Development Kits (SDKs) allowing partners, automation engineers, DevOps teams and system admins a wealth of tooling to access the new vSphere Automation REST APIs. These SDKs were for Python Read more...