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Rackspace Goes Big At OSCON 2010

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As committed as we are to open standards, there’s no better place for us to be at then O’Reilly’s Open Source Convention 2010. We have an extensive schedule of speaking sessions and other events. If you’re in Portland, we’d love to meet you and talk all things open source and cloud computing. Make sure to follow the talk from @rackcloud. Here’s a schedule snapshot:

The Gearman Cookbook
Eric Day, Sr. Systems Architect, The Rackspace Cloud
Cloud Computing – Monday, July 19 – 1:30 pm Location: D 139/140

Hands-on Cassandra
Eric Evans, Systems Architect, The Rackspace Cloud
Databases – Tuesday, July 20 – 1:30 pm Location: Portland 256

Cloudy Futures? The Role of Open Source in Creating Competitive Markets
Rick Clark, Project Lead, The Rackspace Cloud
Cloud Summit – Tuesday, July 20 – 3:50 pm Location: Portland Ballroom

The Debate – Open Source and the Cloud
Panel Discussion – Rick Clark, Neil Levine, Marten Mickos & James Urquhart
Cloud Summit – Tuesday, July 20 – 4:10 pm Location: Portland Ballroom

How to Build a Large, Distributed System to Operate at Scale
Will Reese, Cloud Files Architect, The Rackspace Cloud
Products & Services – Wednesday, July 21 – 10:40 am Location: E141

Using Drizzle
Eric Day, Sr. Systems Architect, The Rackspace Cloud
Databases – Wednesday, July 21 – 11:30 am Location: Portland 255

Keynote: Open Source Cloud
Lew Moorman, Rackspace Chief Strategy Officer
Keynote – Thursday, July 22nd – 10am Location: Portland Ballroom

Meet & Geek
Come Talk The Talk…If You Can Write The Code. Develop The Future With Us.
Join Racker recruiters, developers and the cloud team for free food and an open bar
from 7pm-9pm and then continue the fun with live entertainment into the night
during the Linux Fund event.

Thursday July 22, 7-9 pm
Club Barracuda
9 NW 2nd Ave (@ W Burnside)
Linux Fund event & live Band Start at 9 pm

About the Author

This is a post written and contributed by Angela Bartels.

Angela runs integrated marketing campaigns for Rackspace. She started at Rackspace in 2003 and has done everything from Linux support, account management, sales, product marketing and now lives in marketing. She left Rackspace in 2005 to work for PEER 1 Hosting but returned in 2009 because she was interested in the cloud computing movement (and has always been a Racker at heart). Angela is a strong believer in the power of storytelling.


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