OpenStack Summit in Sydney – Vote for Juniper Related Talks
OpenStack Summit is approaching and headed to the land down under on November 6, 2017. For those who plan to attend OpenStack Summit for the first time ordo not know much about the event, this event is hosted by the OpenStack foundation every six month and is a great opportunity for OpenStack community members and developers worldwide to meet and plan for the future. Within OpenStack, there are two events. The conference and exhibition hall where you can listen to all the presentations and visit booths, and the design summit for developers to discuss new features and advancements of each project.
Juniper Networks will be participating as a sponsor in many of the OpenStack activities and will have a booth in the exhibit hall. Juniper has worked with their partners and customers again this year to submit various talks and sessions at the summit ranging from topics such as, Cloud Automation, Virtualization, Security, and IoT. This year, the summit has received an overwhelming amount of submissions from all over the globe and you get to choose which topics you would like to see presented at the conference.
The selection process for the topics is extremely competitive, so make sure to vote for the sessions below and see what Juniper has in store for the OpenStack community this summit.
Make sure to vote today! Voting closes Tuesday, August 1 at 11:59pm PT
How to Vote:
For OpenStack Summit – Sydney 2017, the organizers have decided to remove the unique URLs for each talk based on the community feedback from previous summits. So if you would like to vote for the below talks related to Juniper, you have to search for the talks by copying and pasting the titles in the search bar at the top left of the voting page. The below screenshot is an example.
Before you start voting for the individual talks, you need to sign in or sign up for an OpenStack account. Once you sign in, leave the browser open between searching for the titles below. When you click each title, please chose option #3 “Would love to see!” as shown in the below picture.