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Profoss virtualisation call for papers [message #22895] Wed, 07 November 2007 08:49
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Profoss is organising events to spread objective information about professional uses of Free and Open Source based solutions, and is looking for speakers for its next event about virtualisation, taking place in Brussels on 22nd and 23rd january.

If you have deployed a Free or Open Source virtualisation technology in a demanding professional environment, if you're a services company with extended expertise with virtualisation, or if you have developed a virtualisation software under an open source license, or built a product based on open source technology, and want to share your experience with your peers, please don't hesitate to submit your proposal as described below.

Talks should not be commercial shows, but bring interesting information for professional ICT users, based on real world experience. Here is an non-exhaustive list of possible subjects: introduction to virtualisation; deployment experiences with Xen, KVM, VirtualBox, Linux vserver, Solaris Zones, Virtuozzo/OpenVZ; support for virtualisation in hardware (eg processors); how to manage the deployment of a virtualisation technology in a company, without falling in the trap of over-virtualisation; the futur of virtualisation; virtualisation on the desktop; security concerns with virtualisation technologies; impact of virtualisation on the enterprise infrastructure, eg network; virtualisation, only for the OS? ; etc.....

Each speaker get a 50 minutes slot, and talks are to be given in english. Travel and hotel costs for speakers are taken in charge by the organisation.

Please submit your proposal at l-for-papers
If you have further questions, don't hesitate to send a mail to info at profoss dot eu


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