2The Lion Dance Welcomes Attendees to Hong Kong
3CIO of Hong Kong Likes Open Technologies
4The Cloud Isn’t About Acronyms
Jonathan Bryce, executive director of the OpenStack Foundation, doesn’t care much about acronyms such as IaaS (infrastructure as a service) and PaaS (platform as a service). In Bryce’s view, OpenStack is all about the impact on the user.
5OpenStack Needs More Collaboration
During his keynote address, Hewlett-Packard Distinguished Engineer Monty Taylor said it’s critical for companies to contribute to the core of OpenStack and not just their own plug-ins. “If your amazing plug-in works but the OpenStack core doesn’t, your plug-in is sitting on a pile of mud,” Taylor said.
6IBM Is Placing Its Cloud Bets on OpenStack
Danny Sabbah, CTO and general manager, Next Generation Platform, at IBM, is bullish on OpenStack. In his view, the cloud is one of the most important evolutions in the history of computing.
7Open Source Matters in the Cloud
8China Is Home to a Large Population of OpenStack Developers
9OpenStack Security Service Protects 450 Million Users in China
10China’s Largest Travel Site Uses OpenStack
11OpenStack Summit Provides Live Translation
12New Projects to Join the Platform in 2014 and Beyond
13Mark Shuttleworth Places His PaaS Bet on CloudFoundry
14Hong Kong Provided a Cloudy Vista for Attendees
As the first OpenStack Summit outside of the U.S., the event gave attendees the chance to explore one of the world’s great cities.