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The Linux Foundation’s Enterprise End User Summit reservations now open

Seats are now available for the 4th Annual Enterprise End User Summit, held at the New York Stock Exchange and hosted by The Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation has opened up reservations for the Enterprise End User Summit. The conference, now in its fourth year, is being held at the New York Stock Exchange on the 30th April and the 1st May, and will include keynotes by Scott Crenshaw of Red Hat, and Antony Liguori of IBM.

The conference will have sessions on a range of currently debated topics, like the use of btrfs, trends in cloud computing, and virtualisation with Linux Containers. There will also be talks on Dtrace, OpenMAMA, and a special keynote by CEO of NYSE Technologies Stanley Young on Capital Markets Community Strategy.

You can request an invitation on the Linux Foundation website to attend the conference, where the full schedule is also available.