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OpenStack Days Ireland, 10. Jun 2016, Dublin

We are delighted to announce the first ever official OpenStack Days Ireland event which will take place on the 10th June 2016 in the Marker Hotel, Dublin, Ireland on the 10th June 2016. OpenStack Days are conference-style events that typically happen once per year in a particular region and attract speakers locally and from all over the world.

This is a great opportunity to meet the OpenStack foundation chief executive, industry leaders, end users and active community contributors/core dev’s and share learnings.

To secure your seat at the first OpenStack Days Ireland event, click on the following link to register. Please note there is a cover charge of 55 EUR which includes your event pass, a sit down lunch in the fabulous Brasserie restaurant, The Marker Hotel, refreshments throughout the day, the first OpenStack Ireland Event T-Shirt and automatic entry to have a chance to win one of many fabulous spot prizes.  Don’t delay – book now as places are limited and you really don’t want to miss out!

PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS NOW BOOKED OUT!

Follow us on Twitter @OpenStackIrlDay for updates on venue, agenda, call for speakers etc.

Target Audience :

  • IT Executives / CIO’s / Infrastructure Architects
  • Public & Private Cloud Operators / Sys-admins
  • OpenStack Ecosystem / Service Providers
  • Cloud Application Developers
  • OpenStack Contributors / Community

This event is organised by Intel, Dell and Selected Green and sponsored by Intel, Dell, Selected Green, Ammeon, Suse and Red Hat.  Ireland OpenStack Day is a sanctioned official OpenStack Foundation supported event. For any enquiries, please contact info@openstackdayireland.com, or OpenStack directly.

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