On June 13th, StorPool together with ShapeBlue are hosting the European Cloud Infrastructure and CloudStack User Day in Sofia, Bulgaria. A half day event, focusing on CloudStack and the latest trends in building and managing virtualized cloud environments.
Are you building or operating infrastructure or cloud?
Become part of the European Cloud Infrastructure and CloudStack User Day to learn how to manage your infrastructure efficiently, ensure reliability and high availability. Meet cloud industry leaders and dive deep into technical discussions. Learn more about infrastructure trends and the leading cloud orchestration platforms. This event will bring industry know-how and information for the latest cloud innovations to the local Bulgarian community.
About The European Cloud Infrastructure and CloudStack User Day
The European Cloud Infrastructure and CloudStack User Day is extremely suitable to visit if you are a system administrator, network administrator, infrastructure manager, CTO of Head of IT in a technology company.
The event will also put a focus on Apache CloudStack – open source software designed to deploy and manage large networks of virtual machines, as a highly available, highly scalable Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud computing platform. CloudStack is used by several service providers to offer public cloud services, and by many companies to provide an on-premises (private) cloud offering, or as part of a hybrid cloud solution.
The CloudStack European User Group
The CloudStack European User Group was founded in 2012 and meets quarterly in various European cities. It is a relatively small group with 400 active members.
The User Group brings together people who have a common interest in Apache Cloudstack and related technologies. The community is made up of CloudStack operators, end-users, and developers from a wide range of different organisations. Participants are people on various positions (including CTO / CEO), architects and sys-admins wanting to learn more and collaborate with other users.
Most people in the community are involved with CloudStack as they are using it in their organisations. However, CloudStack is open-source and is not ‘owned’ by any company and our community reflects that. Such events are often attended by people who have never been involved in Cloudstack and are just keen to find out more about the technology.