April 26, 2012 – Cloud computing is getting some big-time attention from the open source coding community.

The Linux Foundation, a non-profit standardization and collaboration consortium for the open source coding basis, announced its inaugural cloud computing technical conference, CloudOpen. Held August 29-31 in San Diego in conjunction with its LinuxCon North America event, CloudOpen is meant to bring commercial competitors together toward a shared, open source understanding of the impacts driving the cloud and big data environments. The CloudOpen agenda includes executives and evangelists from Eucalyptus Systems, Citrix, IBM, Red Hat, Dell, as well as Linux Fondation VP Amanda McPherson.

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