Are you in or near Seoul, Korea? Are you already planning to attend the Linux Foundation's Korea Linux Forum event? Are you interested in open hardware and the future of open data center design, management and more? Do you want to know more about the Open Compute Project (OCP) and the success stories surrounding it?
If you answered, "yes", to one or more of these questions then join OCP in Seoul.
This is a one day event and onsite registraton will begin at 8am with the Engineering Workshop scheduled to take place from 9am to 6pm on Thursday, 14 November. It is free to the public; however, registration is required. Please email John Kenevy for the password and then register here.
While the exact speaker lineup is still being worked out; speakers for this event include:
- Dan Lee from Facebook, talk 'Facebook Prineville Data Center Evaporative Cooling - Methods, Costs and Efficiencies'.
- Tan Qing, 'Intel Silicon Photonics and its application for server disaggregation'.
- Ko Ise from Datahotel, talk 'Building an OCP datacenter in Japan using snow cooling'.
- Pierluigi Sarti, Facebook system architect 'Next generation of open rack moving to the disaggregated datacenter'.
- Charlie Manese, OCP VP of business dev, 'OCP project update with a focus on Certification and Interoperability labs in Taiwan and USA'.
- John Kenevey, Facebook, OCP growth in the regions.
- Minchul Joo, 'Kakao’s infrastructure design and architecture with best practice.'
- Keunho Ryu, 'Naver Datacenter GAK'
More information about this event can be found at: