Cast Your Ballot Now For OpenStack Summit Atlanta Presentations

Every year, hundreds of developers, users and administrators of OpenStack apply to speak at the annual OpenStack Summit, which takes place May 12 through May 16 this year in Atlanta.

In the true spirit of “open,” the conference agenda is determined by the OpenStack community in a public vote.

This year, Rackspace specialists submitted more than 70 speaking proposals with topics ranging from getting started with OpenStack and federated identity, to unicorns and the search for the cloud’s elusive “God” particle.

The voting period is now open for OpenStack Summit Atlanta presentations — and the process is simple. You can rate your favorite sessions online after you create a username on OpenStack.org. Remember to cast your ballot before the voting period closes on Sunday, March 2.

Here’s a roundup of proposed speaking sessions from Rackspace experts:

Leezia Dhalla was the Speakers Bureau Program Manager at Rackspace until 2015, where she was responsible for coordinating external speaking engagements and developing corporate messaging for senior leadership, software developers and key subject matter experts. graduated from Northwestern University with a bachelor's degree in journalism and political science.

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