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LinuxCon North America | ContainerCon 2016

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Aug 22, 2016 (All day) to Aug 24, 2016 (All day)
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Intel is excited to return to LinuxCon and ContainerCon North America in Toronto, Canada August 22-24, 2016 as a Platinum sponsor and sponsor of the Women of OpenSource luncheon. Please come visit us in booth #29!

Redefining What's Possible...

Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, is also a leader in open source development. For nearly two decades, the Intel Open Source Technology Center (OTC) has advanced open projects across markets and at every point of the solution stack to help ensure everything running open source runs best on Intel architecture. Intel is the #1 contributor to the Linux kernel and participates in dozens of industry-leading projects including Android, OpenStack, Yocto Project, Chrome, Xen and KVM virtualization, Intel graphics, Clear Containers, Dronecode, and more, transforming our world through innovation in enterprise, consumer technology, the Internet of Things and beyond.

Incredible innovation is happening today in the cloud, and open source is leading the way. Giving smart minds access to the code unleashes creativity and invites amazing breakthroughs. Together, we’ve transformed the IT industry through the amazing work we’ve done around the Linux OS and virtualization hypervisors, like KVM and Xen. And we’re bringing this same spirit to the cloud, demonstrating what is possible when risk-taking and focus are applied to the seemingly impossible.

Intel @ LinuxCon

  • Visit us at Intel booth #29 for inspiring demos, a booth crawl, and daily chances to win an Intel® NUC*
  • Join us for a keynote from Arjan Van de Ven, Sr. Principal Engineer & Director, Intel Open Source Technology Center on Wednesday at 10:20 am
  • Join us at the Women of Open Source Luncheon on Monday at 12:35 pm
*We’ll be giving away one (1) Intel® NUC per day on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday at 1:45 pm.  You must be present to win.



Monday, August 22


Open Source Bluetooth Device Firmware for IoT and Makers - Marcel Holtmann, Intel


Reimagining OpenStack - Kristen Accardi, Intel

Tuesday, August 23


Versions All the Way Down: Versioning Commits and Patches with Git-Series - Josh Triplett, Intel


Running Linux on Tiny Peripherals - Marcel Holtmann, IntelAn Introduction to Datacenter Telemetry Using Open Source Tools - Matthew Brender, Intel


Resource Allocation: Intel Resource Director Technology (RDT) - Fenghua Yu, Intel

Wednesday, August 24


Keynote: Impossible is Nothing! The 10x hpothesis - Arjan van de Ven, Sr. Principal Engineer & Director, Open Source Technology Center, Intel


CPUfreq and The Scheduler: Revolution in CPU Power Management - Rafael J. Wysocki, Intel OTC


Kernel Protection Using Hardware-Based Virtualization - Jun Nakajima & Sainath Grandhi, Intel