Open Source Forum to hit London in June

Red Hat is hosting a forum to highlight the cost and performance advantages of open source in London on June 16, 2009.

There's been plenty of talk about how open source helps enterprises shave costs and boost productivity. In June, Red Hat is putting on an event that promises to substantiate at least some of those claims.

Red Hat is hosting an Open Source Forum in London on June 16, 2009. Heavy on case studies and light on idle chatter (with the exception of my session and Simon Phipps' ;-), the one-day event promises to balance big-picture vision of open source ("Open standards, messages, streams - The Next Big Things") with nuts-and-bolts perspectives from customers actually using open-source software.

If you have the chance to head to London that week, I'd love to spend time hearing how you use open-source software.


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    Matt Asay is chief operating officer at Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu Linux operating system. Prior to Canonical, Matt was general manager of the Americas division and vice president of business development at Alfresco, an open-source applications company. Matt brings a decade of in-the-trenches open-source business and legal experience to The Open Road, with an emphasis on emerging open-source business strategies and opportunities. He is a member of the CNET Blog Network and is not an employee of CNET. You can follow Matt on Twitter @mjasay.

     

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