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Sovereign Cloud Stack at Cloud Expo Europe and OpenInfra Summit
Felix Kronlage-Dammers, Eduard Itrich
May 09, 2022
With lots of joy we’re looking forward to events and fairs that are happening in-person again.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get in touch with the project team or to grab a free copy
of our new brochure.
We’re looking forward to meeting you and have a chat! Ping us or come by our booth.
OpenInfra Summit Berlin 2022
In June the OpenInfra Summit will be held from 7th to 9th in Berlin at the bcc Berlin Congress Center.
The agenda features loads of interesting talks, among them quite a few from our community.
Digital sovereignty: Why open infrastructure matters
An Open Operations concept
How to create beautiful cloud-native landscapes?
Intent-based holistic data center management
Observability in OpenStack: - Learnings and building blocks from the SIG Monitoring at SCS
Furthermore there are going to be a few BoF-sessions as part of the OpenInfra Forum happening at the summit that
got sparked by discussions in our community. It would be great to see you in Berlin!
About the authors
After graduating from university, Eduard was part of a software development team and responsible for the release management of a Linux enterprise distribution. Following up his two-year parental leave, during which he orchestrated his twin daughters rather than continuous deployment pipelines, he became the head of digitalization and IT of the medium-sized town Bühl in southwestern Germany. From 2021 until 2023, Eduard empowered the Sovereign Cloud Stack community as Open Source Community Manager and enjoyed learning from a inspiring team and fellows.
Felix has been building (open source) IT Infrastructure since the late 90s. Between then and now felix was part of various open source development communities (from DarwinPorts, OpenDarwin to OpenBSD and nowadays the Sovereign Cloud Stack). His interests range from monitoring and observability over infrastructure-as-code to building and scaling communities and companies. He has been part of the extended board of the OSBA for the last six years and describes himself as an unix/open source nerd. If not working or spending time with his family, he is usually found on a road bike.