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Wednesday, May 20 • 11:00am - 11:40am
Don't just Consume; Participate: Operations and the Community

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Many operators of Open Source software, including OpenStack, believe they're simply consumers of upstream development. I think there's a better way. In my presentation, I'll show how the unique perspective of operators can help in the design and development process and make for a more well rounded community.

We'll talk about strategies to help operators get more engaged in the community. Including how participation doesn't always have to be code, why operators are important to the design/spec process, and how "devops" should mean more than just writing automation.

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Jay Faulkner

Linux Engineer, Rackspace OnMetal, Rackspace Hosting
Jay Faulkner, a Linux Engineer with Rackspace OnMetal, is responsible for hardware validation and managing fleets of servers. He became an Openstack developer in March of 2014 when the ironic-python-agent was accepted into Ironic.


Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:00am - 11:40am
Room 205/206/207

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