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The OpenStack Summit in Austin is coming up quickly and there is so much to be excited about.  Passes are available until April 24th, so be sure to register today!

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 Austin OpenStack Summit:

Workshop – Swift 101: Technology & Architecture for Beginners
Monday, April 25, 4:40pm-6:10pm
Albert Chen •  Eric Rife

Ancestry.com in Production with OpenStack and Kubernetes
Wednesday, April 27, 11:00am-11:40am
Jordan Nielsen

Doubling performance in Swift with no code changes
Wednesday, April 27, 2:40pm-3:20pm
David Stewart • John Dickinson

Monitoring Swift ++ (incl Nagios, Elasticsearch, Zabbix, & more)
Thursday, April 28, 9:50am-10:30am
Martin Lanner • Adam Takvam

Swift 102: Beyond CRUD – More real demos
Thursday, April 28, 11:50am-12:30pm
Doug Soltesz • Clay Gerrard

How Burton Snowboards is carving down the OpenStack trail
Thursday, April 28, 1:30pm-2:10pm
Mario Blandini • Jim Merritt

FILE this: Swift API, then S3 API, and now POSIX access to OpenStack Swift
Thursday, April 28, 2:20pm-3:00pm
Joe Arnold • John Dickinson

Other Swift sessions:

How to Scale a Swift Infrastructure Without Scaling People
OVH

Swift Object Encryption
IBM • Hewlett Packard Enterprise

High-Performance OpenStack for Science and Data Analytics in a Hybrid Cloud Environment
Cisco

Swift Middlewares – What Are They?
Intel

Joe will also be doing book signings at our booth, A29, at the following times:

Tuesday 4/26 – 10:45am – 11:15am CT
Wednesday 4/27 – 1:15pm – 1:45pm CT
Thursday 4/28 – 12:45pm – 1:15pm CT

We’d love to chat with you! Request a meeting with a SwiftStack expert at the Summit.

See you in Austin!

About Author

Mario Blandini

Mario Blandini

Mario is a technology & marketing enthusiast, a Swift lover, and an overall fan of disruption. Taking great pleasure as VP of Marketing at SwiftStack, he is also a storage marketing veteran from HGST, Drobo, and Brocade. Mario also deployed infrastructure in technical roles at Rhapsody Networks (now Brocade), Sanrise (now EMC), Adaptec, and the United States Marine Corps.