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Get your tickets today for the October 2015 OpenStack Summit! Sign up today and join us in Tokyo!

The semi-annual OpenStack Summit is almost here and there is plenty to get excited about. A trip to Japan, a gathering of the top minds in Open Source, and a full calendar of exciting activities.

There are a number of can’t miss sessions to put on your calendar. We’d love to see you at the following Swift sessions:

SwiftStack Sessions for the Tokyo OpenStack Summit:

Building Applications with Swift: Developer On-Ramp
Doug Soltesz • Clay Gerrard

Swift 101: Technology and Architecture for Beginners
Chris Nelson • Albert Chen

Monitoring Swift with Elastic Search
Martin Lanner

Shingled Magnetic Recording (SMR) Drives and Swift Object Storage
John Dickinson • IBM

Swift Erasure Code Performance vs Replication: Analysis and Recommendations
John Dickinson

The OpenStack Orchestra: The next wave of OpenStack specialist startups
Joe Arnold

Other Swift sessions:

Building web-applications using OpenStack Swift
RedHat

Know-how of challenging deploy/operation NTT Docomo’s mail cloud system powered by OpenStack Swift
NTT

Boosting the Power of Swift using Metadata Search
IBM

OMG Objects! the (un)scaly underbelly of Openstack Swift.
Rackspace

Comparison of Swift and Ceph as Object Storage Systems
Seagate

Storlets: Making Swift more Software defined than ever
Intel

Configuring Swift Using Puppet-swift: considerations and examples.
Time Warner Cable

Hadoop on OpenStack: Scaling Hadoop-SwiftFS for Big Data
Comcast

Swift Multi-Region – If I knew then what I know now…
Symantec

You can get your tickets for the October 2015 OpenStack Summit here.

See you in Japan!

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At SwiftStack, we’re building software to help people easily create large scale object storage infrastructure in their own data center. With OpenStack Swift at the core, we provide an enterprise-grade object storage system that is used by some of the most well known brands in the Fortune 500 and on the web.