by David M. Fishman
OpenStack is designed to help IT organizations struggling to bridge silos, by delivering common interfaces that help consumers of those technologies build a common, more versatile fabric. Think of it as “the new best-of-breed” (more on what I mean by that here). That’s why we’ve partnered with leading enterprise companies like VMware and Oracle , and why Mirantis is sponsoring both VMworld in San Francisco and Oracle Open World.
Trying to decide which to attend? Let’s do away with that problem. Today, we’re announcing a limited time, limited-number offer: if you’re buying (or already bought) a pass to attend either Oracle OpenWorld, VMworld, or the Paris OpenStack summit, drop us a line and you could get a free seat to come to OpenStack Silicon Valley. All you have to do is send your paid event confirmation to one of the following 3 email addresses, respectively:
- Going to VMworld in San Francisco later this month? Send your paid VMworld confirmation to vmworld[at]openstacksv.com
- Going to Oracle Open World in San Francisco in September? Send your paid OOW confirmation to oow[at]openstacksv.com
- Going to Paris for the OpenStack summit in November? Send your paid confirmation to paris-summit[at]openstacksv.com
Naturally, certain restrictions apply; we’re offering these passes to paid attendees to our partner conferences. And we’ve only got a limited number of free slots; it’s first come, first served.
Of course, you can still get a great deal and save $100 on early bird pricing for regular spots at OpenStack Silicon Valley. And you can get an even better deal by checking with our sponsors; they can offer you an additional discount.