If crowd size and quality of audience participation are any indication, the OpenStack community in Chicago is keenly interested in the project, and they’re actively engaged in learning more.
Randy Bias and Narayan Desai (Argonne National Laboratory and OpenStack pioneer) led an OpenStack boot camp on Monday for a near-capacity crowd. Topics covered included
What was most impressive was the quality of the questions asked, indicating not only an understanding of infrastructure, but an active interest in OpenStack.
On Tuesday, Randy led an OpenStack content track, along with help from speakers Boris Renski of Mirantis, Sean Lynch of Metacloud, Scott Devoid of Argonne National Laboratory, Joshua Buss of Brightag, and capping off the day in a debate with Jay Cuthrell of VCE. Topics included:
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