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Wednesday, June 20
 

10:05

Keynote: How Blockchain Continues to Reinvent The Way The World Works - Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director, Hyperledger
We are now a couple of years into a revolution in how shared distributed data networks, otherwise known as "distributed ledgers" or even "blockchain technology", is built and deployed.  We are now seeing significant pilots and production systems in healthcare, education, automotive, and of course the financial industry.  Attend this talk to see how these projects are being built using Hyperledger technology, and how you can do that too.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Behlendorf

Brian Behlendorf

Executive Director, Hyperledger, The Linux Foundation
Brian Behlendorf is the Executive Director for Hyperledger. Behlendorf was a primary developer of the Apache Web server, the most popular web server software on the Internet, and a founding member of the Apache Software Foundation. He has also served on the board of the Mozilla Foundation... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 10:05 - 10:25
Hall B

14:20

Building a Marketplace with a Censorship and Surveillance-Free Internet - Brian J. Fox, Orchid Protocol
The internet is at risk. Internet access for over 75% of the world is restricted or censored and globally, ISPs harvest and sell users’ data. Orchid is an open source project to build a surveillance-free, decentralized network layer on top of the existing internet, allowing users to bypass restrictive firewalls, access information, and communicate freely. In addition, the Orchid protocol enables a marketplace, where members of the network can buy and sell resources, such as bandwidth, storage, and compute cycles.

Orchid’s founders are an established group of open source technologists, entrepreneurs, and blockchain experts that have been working in stealth since mid-2017 to bring the technology to life.

This session introduces the project and explains why the premise of a surveillance-free and censorship-free internet is increasingly at risk worldwide.

Speakers
avatar for Brian J. Fox

Brian J. Fox

Co-founder, Orchid Protocol
Brian is an American computer programmer, entrepreneur, author, and free software advocate. He’s the creator of the GNU Bash shell, which he wrote while working for the Free Software Foundation (FSF). In addition to GNU Bash, Brian also created GNU Makeinfo, GNU Info, GNU Finger... Read More →



Wednesday June 20, 2018 14:20 - 15:00
Room 1
  • Experience Level Any

15:10

Akraino: A Technical Overview - Shane Wang, Intel
In the past decade, there has been a concerted effort among companies to move infrastructure to centralized clouds, enabled by virtualization. With the rise of IoT and explosion of device-generated data, the pendulum has begun to swing the other way, placing resources for analytics and specialized functions near the user end of the network.  IoT and 5G use cases demand performance determinism of computing, high network throughput with low latency and highly available services at the edge. The reach of these edge nodes will expand over the coming years as carriers update to 5G, amplifying the need for hardened infrastructure services. The Akraino Edge Stack aims to address this model of computing. 

Attend this session for an overview of the Akraino Edge Stack’s architecture, project organization, governance, and roadmap. You will also gain an understanding of how AkrainoEdge Stack interoperates with other community projects sponsored by the Linux Foundation and OpenStack Foundation.

Speakers
avatar for Shane Wang

Shane Wang

Engineering Manager, Intel
Shane Wang is an engineering manager for networking and storage at Intel's System Software Products. He has participated in or led his team on research and development of open source software projects such as Xen, tboot, Yocto and OpenStack. Since 2015, he has served as an individual... Read More →



Wednesday June 20, 2018 15:10 - 15:50
Private Dining

16:20

Advanced Security on Kubernetes with Istio - Shunsuke Miyoshi, Fujitsu
Conventional network is designed with a policy "everything on the inside an organization’s network can be trusted".

Thus, a system security is based on Firewall in order to control access between outside and inside.
However, recent attacks are becoming more sophisticated, and we must respond not only to the external threat but also to the threat within Firewall.

As dealing with these threats, Zero Trust Network is proposed.

Zero Trust Network is a security model which rooted in the principle of "never trust, always verify".
Everything(communication path, destination service, ...) are verified in this model, thus, it makes a system more secure.

In Kubernetes, we can build a Zero Trust Network model by combining NetworkPolicy(one of Kubernetes function) and Istio.

This presentation shows an overview of Zero Trust Network model, and how to create the model in kubernetes with Istio.

Speakers
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Shunsuke Miyoshi

Software Engineer, Fujitsu
I have been participated in the development and building of infrastructure systems with Kubernetes, docker for one year. Now, I contribute to Kubernetes community as engineer. I also trying to security evaluation of microservices system by kubernetes and istio.



Wednesday June 20, 2018 16:20 - 17:00
Private Dining
  • Experience Level Any

16:20

A Major Overhaul of the APIC Initialization and Vector Allocation in Linux Kernel - Dou Liyang, Fujitsu (FNST)
Interrupt is one of the important mechanisms of the Linux kernel, vector and APIC tell the kernel how to operate the interrupt. With the development of the kernel, the old code led to many problems, such as vector space exhaustion, vector allocation chaos, kdump failure, Timer setup error, etc.,

Recently, Thomas Gleixner and Dou Liyang conducted a major overhaul. In this presentation,
Dou will describe the main process of interrupt initialization, discuss the challenges it faces,
describe what does the overhaul do and explain how it may address those challenges.

Speakers
avatar for Dou Liyang

Dou Liyang

software engineer, Fujitsu(FNST)
Dou Liyang is a Linux kernel developer in Fujitsu Nanda. He primarily works on kernel initialization related technologies. He has contributed to CPU hotplug. Recently he focused on Interrupt initialization and has unified the APIC and interrupt mode setup for kernel.



Wednesday June 20, 2018 16:20 - 17:00
Room 6
  • Experience Level Any

18:00

BoF: Kubernetes - Day 2 - Paul Czarkowski, Pivotal Software
Installing and Using Kubernetes is hard, but Operating Kubernetes is even harder! This BOF is for Kubernetes Operators to get together and discuss our day to day Operations, and for peope new to Kubernetes to learn more about how to operate it.

Speakers
avatar for Paul Czarkowski

Paul Czarkowski

Developer Advocate, Pivotal
Paul Czarkowski is a recovering Systems Administrator who has run infrastructure for longer than he cares to admit. After cutting his teeth in the ISP and Gaming industries Paul changed his focus to using (and contributing to) Open Source Software to improve the Operability of complex... Read More →



Wednesday June 20, 2018 18:00 - 19:00
Room 1
  • Experience Level Any

18:00

BoF: AGL Developer - Walt Miner, The Linux Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Walt Miner

Walt Miner

AGL Community Manager, The Linux Foundation
Walt Miner has worked for The Linux Foundation as the Community Manager for Automotive Grade Linux since 2014. Walt has spoken at Automotive Linux Summit, Embedded Linux Conference, LinuxCon North America, and Open Source Summit North America. Walt has over 30 years of embedded software... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 18:00 - 19:00
Room 6

18:00

BoF: Traefik reverse-proxy/load-balancer -Emile Vauge, Containous
Traefik is an open source reverse-proxy/load-balancer usable as an Ingress controller.

This session will gather together users and developers of the platform to discuss user needs, project direction and optionally demonstrate use of Traefik as a Kubernetes Ingress Controller.




Speakers
avatar for Emile Vauge

Emile Vauge

CEO, Containous
Creator of traefik.io, founder of containo.us


Wednesday June 20, 2018 18:00 - 19:00
Room 2
  • Experience Level Any

18:00

BoF: Devicetree - Frank Rowand, Sony
The devicetree tooling, build system, and internals continue to evolve. This is your opportunity to influence how devicetree changes in the near future. Audience questions, suggestions, and issues will be given priority over my slides. Bring your questions, suggestions, and issues. If there is time remaining I will discuss past and recent events, what is new for devicetree in the last 18 months, and where devicetree is headed.

Speakers
avatar for Frank Rowand

Frank Rowand

senior software engineer, Sony
Frank has meddled in the internals of several proprietary operating systems, but has been loyal to the Linux kernel since 1999. He has worked in many areas of technology, including performance, networking, platform support, drivers, real-time, and embedded. Frank has shown poor judgement... Read More →



Wednesday June 20, 2018 18:00 - 19:00
Private Dining

18:00

BoF: Linux Security - James Morris, Microsoft
This BoF session is for technical discussion and collaboration in the area of Linux security.

Potential topics include:

- Access Control (SELinux, Smack, AppArmor etc).
- Kernel Self Protection and Hardening
- TPMs
- Integrity Management
- Container Security
- Sandboxing
- Cryptography
- Platform Security (SGX, TrustZone etc.)
- Embedded Security
- IoT Security

This will be an opportunity to present new and evolving security projects for feedback and discussion.


Speakers
avatar for James Morris

James Morris

Linux Kernel Developer, Microsoft
James is a maintainer of the Linux security subsystem, and a kernel engineering lead at Microsoft.



Wednesday June 20, 2018 18:00 - 19:00
Restaurant
 
Thursday, June 21
 

11:10

Leveraging webOS Technologies for Automotive - Lokesh Kumar Goel & Steve Lemke, LG Electronics
Did you see LG's Demo in the AGL Showcase at CES in Las Vegas? Come learn about the cool webOS technologies that made LG's awesome automotive demo possible!

This talk will explain the concepts and technologies behind this great demo and how these webOS technologies can be leveraged to enhance AGL and other embedded platforms:
a) Overview of LG's AGL CES Demo: what was added to AGL, and how three different in-car systems were integrated with each other, a 3D driving simulator, and real-time connected car cloud services
b) Bringing HTML5 web apps to AGL: how LG's web app runtime from webOS can be leveraged on AGL to deliver a first-class HTML5 app experience in automotive platforms by getting web apps out of the browser
c) Streamlined web app development with Enact: super-fast, easy to develop, open Web App Framework
d) Other webOS technologies that can be leveraged on AGL and elsewhere

Speakers
avatar for Steve Lemke

Steve Lemke

Principal Engineer, LG Silicon Valley Lab
Steve Lemke is a principal engineer with the Advanced Automotive Platforms team at the Silicon Valley Lab of LG’s America R&D Center. Steve works with several open source autonomous and automotive platform projects at LG including the LGSVL Autonomous Driving Simulator, WebOS Open... Read More →



Thursday June 21, 2018 11:10 - 11:50
Hall B-2
  • Experience Level Any

12:00

Building Bridges: How Open Source Cloud Technologies Are Fostering Interoperability and Building A Massive Ecosystem - Chip Childers, Cloud Foundry Foundation
Cloud Foundry is an integral part of the movement creating interoperability among the open source, cloud-native ecosystem. Complementary, interlocking open source technologies like Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes and the Open Service Broker API are shifting the way industries function. These technologies weave together flexibility and application development for virtually any type of business.

What began as a grassroots movement among developers has mushroomed into a massive collaborative community. Linux laid the groundwork in 1991, and the Linux Foundation continues to host the world’s leading open source projects. Today, projects like Cloud Foundry and Cloud Native Computing Foundation, as well as standards like the Open Container Initiative, effectively serve as the voice of the people. The developers creating these projects are defining the next generation of technology infrastructure.

In this talk, Chip Childers will discuss the importance of interoperability, and how it is critical to the future success of technologies. Abby will also discuss the role that open source plays in cloud technologies -- delivering a flexible, scalable strategy to drive the future of business.

Speakers
avatar for Chip Childers

Chip Childers

CTO, Cloud Foundry Foundation
Chip has spent more than 18 years in large-scale computing and open source software. In 2015, he became the co-founder of the Cloud Foundry Foundation as Technology Chief of Staff. He was the first VP of Apache Cloudstack, a platform he helped drive while leading Enterprise Cloud... Read More →


Thursday June 21, 2018 12:00 - 12:40
Restaurant

14:00

Silence of the Lambdas: Terrible Ideas in Serverless - Corey Quinn, Last Week in AWS
AWS Lambda ushers in a new way of thinking about solving technical problems. Unfortunately, when the only tool you have is a hammer everything starts to look like your thumb. In this talk, come explore the design patterns that work well with Lambda, through a discussion of what failure looks like.

This talk starts off with a quick introduction to what AWS Lambda is and where it came from. From there, we transition into demonstrating the absolutely worst possible ways in which to use it– along with what make these simple mistakes terrible ideas at scale. You will laugh, you will cry, you will immediately begin migrating your code away from anywhere the speaker might conceivably have access to it.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Quinn

Corey Quinn

Editor, Last Week in AWS
Corey is a Cloud Economist at the Quinn Advisory Group and an advisor to ReactiveOps. He has a history as an engineering director, public speaker, and cloud architect. Corey specializes in helping companies address horrifying AWS bills, hosts the "Screaming in the Cloud" podcast... Read More →


Thursday June 21, 2018 14:00 - 14:40
Restaurant
  • Experience Level Any

14:00

Open Source Possibility for 5G Deployment with OpenStack NFV Edge Computing, K8s Edge Container Platform and Ceph Storage Data Lake - Hidetsugu Sugiyama, Red Hat & Seishio Yasukawa, NTT Network Technology Laboratories
Many industries including Telecom industry and Automotive industry now working on new biz development through 5G projects. In order to meet 5G demand from other industries, Telecom industry needs to provide cloud native edge platform to 5G App players who need continuous improvement of cloud native UI/UX at their biz on top of Telco edge NFVI connecting to 5G multi slice networks.
Major challenge is that 5G deployment cost will be becoming huge.
Open Source always can help to reduce 5G biz deployment cost and maintenance cost with power of open source community in some areas that OTT and other industry players can touch.
In this session, we discuss possibility of NFV 5G edge computing and possibility of 5G cloud native service on K8s edge platform to meet Telecom Carrier expectation and Cloud native user expectation.

Speakers
avatar for Hyde Sugiyama

Hyde Sugiyama

Chief Architect, Red Hat K.K.(Japan)
Hyde Sugiyama is Chief Architect at Red Hat Japan and focus on Service Provider sector.Hyde has been with Red Hat for five years, working on SDN/NFV/Edge Computing solutions development and joint GTM with NFV/SDN partners. He has 30+ years experience in the Information and Communications... Read More →



Thursday June 21, 2018 14:00 - 14:40
Private Dining
  • Experience Level Any

16:00

Automotive Edge Cloud Computing Challenge in Telco Edge Environment - Hidetsugu Sugiyama, Red Hat
According to 5G Automotive Association - A typical challenge in V2Cloud is the big data processing and storage resulting from a huge and growing number of sensors in connected vehicles and roads. According to AECC(Automotive Edge Computing Consortium) activity, they already addressed this challenge.

Collocating edge computing and edge container platform at Telco edge node help make the economics of each of them significantly more attractive. However, there is industry gap between Telco industry who wants to keep Carrier grade service and Automotive industry who understands CI/CD and Kaizen.

This session introduces OSS possibility for bringing Automotive cloud native container service using Openshift/K8s that can build on-demand big data system(Apache Kafka + Spark) in localized container network operated by Automotive provider on top of OpenStack NFV edge computing operated by Telco.

Speakers
avatar for Hyde Sugiyama

Hyde Sugiyama

Chief Architect, Red Hat K.K.(Japan)
Hyde Sugiyama is Chief Architect at Red Hat Japan and focus on Service Provider sector.Hyde has been with Red Hat for five years, working on SDN/NFV/Edge Computing solutions development and joint GTM with NFV/SDN partners. He has 30+ years experience in the Information and Communications... Read More →



Thursday June 21, 2018 16:00 - 16:40
Hall B-1
  • Experience Level Any

16:50

Browsers and Web Runtimes for Automotive: Alternatives, Challenges, and Current Status - Juan José Sánchez Penas, Igalia
Automotive web browsers and web application runtimes have specific needs, compared to platforms such as mobile, STB/TV, desktop and other embedded devices.

When building your own web middleware for an automotive platform, many different aspects need to be considered in order to define the right technologies, the architecture to be used, and a good strategy regarding the collaboration with open source projects and communities.

In this talk we will discuss those aspects, focusing specifically on WebKit and Chromium, the two main technologies that are being used to build and derive browsers and web runtimes.

We will review the alternatives and their status, describe the challenges, explain the functionality and performance, and show demos based on our work at Igalia developing and adapting browsers for automotive, in the context of AGL (Automotive Grade Linux) and GENIVI.

Speakers
avatar for Juan J. Sanchez

Juan J. Sanchez

Co-Owner, Igalia
Born in 1976 (A Corunha, Galiza). PhD in Computer Science at UDC (2006). In 2001 I co-founded Igalia, an European open source consultancy specialized in the development of innovative technologies and solutions, with its focus on key upstream projects and communities such as WebKit... Read More →



Thursday June 21, 2018 16:50 - 17:30
Hall B-2
  • Experience Level Any

16:50

 
Friday, June 22
 

11:20

Adding Screen-Capture and Event Injection Support of the HMI to AGL - Agustin Almansi, RealVNC
Adding the ability to capture the screen and inject input events on the car's HMI opens up a number of powerful use-cases. However, due to technical and security reasons it is not easy for an AGL application to make use of these features. In this presentation Agustin Almansi will describe how other operating systems have successfully opened up these capabilities, review the current options for achieving this on AGL along with their limitations, and finally discuss how this could be formally added to AGL by leveraging its security framework and Wayland.

Speakers
avatar for Agustin Almansi

Agustin Almansi

Technical Account Manager, RealVNC
I am a Technical Account Manager at RealVNC, a software company based in Cambridge, UK. RealVNC specialises in remote access software and is the original inventor of the Virtual Network Computing (VNC) protocol. VNC technology has a wide range of uses in different industries, including... Read More →



Friday June 22, 2018 11:20 - 12:00
Hall B-1
  • Experience Level Any

11:20

How Container Runtime Matters in Kubernetes? - Kunal Kushwaha, NTT Labs
Container Orchestrator Kubernetes utilizes Container Runtime to provide low-level pod/container management and operations at the node level. The capabilities & performance of these Container runtimes affects the overall system and thus affect workload running in a cluster. Kunal will present evaluation and comparative study of major Container Runtime options (cri-containerd, cri-o, frakti) available for K8s and how each one behaves in terms of various types of workloads along with features/capabilities that compliment them. This shall be helpful while designing/building Kubernetes Stack for your workloads. Few of workload patterns shall be covered as

-Serverless framework
-Peak hours demand for services (quick scale-up)
-Mean Time To Recovery (MTTR) (DevOps)
-Long Running containers (databases/monolithic/legacy apps)
-Application with high security (Meeting approved security standards)

Speakers
avatar for Kunal Kushwaha

Kunal Kushwaha

Senior Engineer, NTT OSSC
Kunal Kushwaha works with NTT Open Source Software Center and is an active contributor to Container projects like podman, containerd & past speaker of OSSummit, Japan. Recently he has been working on migration of legacy application to Kubernetes and evaluating KubeVirt for migration... Read More →



Friday June 22, 2018 11:20 - 12:00
Restaurant
  • Experience Level Any

11:20

How to Inspire, Motivate and Form the Future Generation of Girls in STEAM: The Experience of Girls in Technology (Chicas en Tecnología) in Argentina - Mariana Varela, Chicas en Tecnologia
Since 2015, the non-profit organization, Chicas en Tecnología, has been developing a range of programs to bridge the technological gender gap in Argentina, by encouraging, fostering and increasing the knowledge and enthusiasm of young women in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics) areas.

The NGO has been focusing on social perceptions, employment and entrepreneurship constraints, and cultural stereotypes within the technological field that keeps some women away from selecting it as their next course of studies or career path.

The speaker, co-founder of the organization, will share some advice and ideas taken from their experience on how to create the pipeline that will bring gender parity, understanding the challenges and possible solutions by all the parties (institutions, companies, and organizations) involved and by the society itself.

Speakers
avatar for Mariana Varela

Mariana Varela

Co-founder, Chicas en Tecnologia
I'm passionate about women and youth empowerment through technology. I'm a UX researcher and I've always understood technology as a tool to change our realities and have a positive impact in the world.In year 2012, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology... Read More →



Friday June 22, 2018 11:20 - 12:00
Room 1
  • Experience Level Any

12:10

Building the Global Open Software Platform for Fully Autonomous Vehicles - George Grey, Linaro
Rapidly advancing SoC technologies are delivering unprecedented performance for fully automated cars and vehicles. Open Software platforms enable global collaboration and acceleration of innovation. An automotive platform must address sensor fusion, AI inference, user interface, control and safety systems while leveraging multiple vendor hardware. George Grey, Linaro CEO, will describe the efforts underway to identify best of class technologies to build an end to end open platform for next-generation fully autonomous vehicles. Existing technologies and requirements such as Autoware, Apollo, AGL, ROS 2.0, Containers, Virtualization, Uptane, Safety and Control system isolation and ISO26262 ASIL-D requirements will be discussed. A secure, OTA updatable automotive software platform architecture will be introduced with the goal of enabling hardware choice and cross-industry participation.

Speakers
GG

George Grey

CEO, Linaro
George joined Linaro as CEO in 2010. Linaro leads open source collaboration in the Arm ecosystem with over 300 engineers working in over 70 open source projects. Prior to Linaro he led software and hardware technology companies for over 25 years, gaining wide ranging expertise in... Read More →



Friday June 22, 2018 12:10 - 12:50
Hall B-2
  • Experience Level Any

12:10

Open Source at Uber - Brian Hsieh, Uber Technologies Inc.
Uber officially launched its open source journey in 2015 which started with three passionate engineers. In only three years, Uber’s open source program has grown and fostered several outstanding open source projects like Jaeger, deck.gl, and Pyro. Uber has also been contributing to open source projects like Hadoop, Spark, and more. In the presentation, Brian Hsieh will share Uber’s open source journey, its program office structure, best practices, and how Uber enables open innovation by embracing open source culture. He will also share the challenges of leading open source program in a hyper-growth global company, and Uber’s long-term open source vision.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Hsieh

Brian Hsieh

Head of Open Source, Uber
Brian Hsieh created and leads the Open Source Program Office at Uber. In this role, he builds and manages open source strategy, processes, governance, licensing compliance, ecosystem growth, brand identity, industry alignments, standards, and foundation relationships. He has experience... Read More →



Friday June 22, 2018 12:10 - 12:50
Private Dining
  • Experience Level Any

14:25

Ansible: Why Simplicity Matters - Robyn Bergeron, Red Hat

Developed by a community of more than 3,500 contributors, Ansible is an open source, radically simple IT automation platform that makes your applications and systems easier to deploy and manage.  In this session, we'll provide an overview of Ansible and discuss many of its use cases, including examples from the traditional to the unorthodox, as well as overviews of both AWX and the universe of shared content in Ansible Galaxy. Finally, we’ll discuss how the simplicity of Ansible’s design and usage, and the architectural decisions made with the goal of simplicity at the beginning stages of the project’s evolution, have enabled the project to become one of the most active open source communities in the world.


Speakers

Friday June 22, 2018 14:25 - 15:05
Hall B-2

14:25

Complex Made Simple: The State of Governance in Open Source - Shane Martin Coughlan, The OpenChain Project
The key to the success of open source adoption at scale is good governance. This is based on a shared understanding of requirements that allow a global community to work together. These requirements provide context for many perspectives, many cultures and many jurisdictions to work together smoothly. Today we have practical guides and effective tools to support flexible solutions with shared trust. This talk will explain how we use them to solve real-world challenges. It will unpack the current "stack" of OpenChain, SPDX, FOSSology, ScanCode, sw360 and QuarterMaster and explain how to use them together.

Speakers
avatar for Shane Coughlan

Shane Coughlan

OpenChain General Manager, Linux Foundation
Shane Coughlan is an expert in communication, security and business development. His professional accomplishments include spearheading the licensing team that elevated Open Invention Network into the largest patent non-aggression community in history, establishing the leading professional... Read More →


Friday June 22, 2018 14:25 - 15:05
Private Dining

16:20

Civil Infrastructure Platform: 2 Years Experience of Industrial-grade Open Source Base Layer Development and its Future - Yoshitake Kobayashi, Toshiba Corporation
The Civil Infrastructure Platform (CIP) is creating a super long-term supported (SLTS) open source "base layer" (OSBL) of industrial grade software that will enable the implementation of building blocks in civil infrastructure projects. Currently, all of these systems are built from scratch, with little re-use of existing software building blocks, which drains resources, money and time. Since CIP launched in April 2016, we focused to create industrial-grade OSBL which consists of SLTS kernel and reference base-system by collaboration. In this talk, we share the least status and roadmap of CIP development and collaboration efforts with other OSS project such as Debian. All source code and document can be found from CIP web site (https://cip-project.org/).

Speakers
avatar for Yoshitake Kobayashi

Yoshitake Kobayashi

Senior Manager of Open Source Technology department, Toshiba Corporation
Yoshitake Kobayashi is the Senior Manager of The Open Source Technology Department at Toshiba Corporation. The team provides a Linux based system and related technologies such as Database and Web application frameworks for various Toshiba products. His research interests include operating... Read More →



Friday June 22, 2018 16:20 - 17:00
Room 1
  • Experience Level Any

16:20

Legal Audit before Source Code Disclosure - Denis Dorotenko, Yandex
Denis Dorotenko, Legal Counsel from Yandex will provide the information about legal audit before source code disclosure. The report will provide the details related to 3rd paty licenses compliance, trade secrets and patentability, authors identification, trademark rights, etc. The purpose is to share Yandex experience how to set up effective process of legal audit of company own open source projects.

Speakers
DD

Denis Dorotenko

Legal Counsel, Yandex
Legal Counsel at Yandex (Moscow, Russia). Since 2012 work in Legal Department in Yandex. Mostly specialize on software and content legal issues (including licensing, data acquisition), domain disputes and deals, open source legal matters. Education: Has graduated (with honour) Saratov... Read More →



Friday June 22, 2018 16:20 - 17:00
Private Dining
  • Experience Level Any

17:10

Kids on Computers: Empowering Underprivileged Communities around the World with Open Source Technology - Gustavo A. R. Silva, The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative
Kids on Computers (https://www.kidsoncomputers.org/) is a non-profit organization dedicated to setting up computer labs in low-income schools around the world, using both donated and new hardware. The computers are equipped with free and Open Source software and educational content that is accessible without internet access. Although the computers can be used to teach software development, the primary purpose of the computer labs is to support learning of traditional academic subjects. Recently, Kids on Computers has started to set up Raspberry Pi-based labs.

This is a story about how people around the world benefit from the work of a small group of volunteers that brings free Open Source technology to remote areas and, what it takes to identify, visit, and continuously train those communities. The logistics of preparing and setting up a fully functional Open Source lab with Internet in a Box included will also be explained.

Speakers
avatar for Gustavo A. R. Silva

Gustavo A. R. Silva

Linux Kernel Engineer, The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative
Gustavo works as a Linux Kernel Engineer, fixing potential security issues throughout the Linux kernel. His work is supported by The Linux Foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative. He is currently involved in the Kernel Self Protection Project. He is also a volunteer and member... Read More →


Friday June 22, 2018 17:10 - 17:50
Room 1
  • Experience Level Any

17:10

Building Debian Images With Yocto: Joining Approaches - Baurzhan Ismagulov, Ilbers GmbH & Kazuhiro Hayashi, Toshiba
Debian is a binary distribution well-known for its stability and long-term support from strong communities. Compared with source-based distributions, it provides key benefits like fast system installation, software repository infrastructure, and security updates. For embedded usage, patching Debian packages, cross-building from sources, reproducibility and traceability are additionally required.

Isar and Deby work together on building source packages in a Debian way with Yocto tools and using Debian binary packages in a single project. The goal is to benefit from Debian's advantages and make customization very, very easy. In this talk, Baurzhan and Kazuhiro will explain why the projects collaborate, what kind of build infrastructure would be preferred, and how they share common features to effectively apply Debian to a wider range of products.

Speakers
KH

Kazuhiro Hayashi

Software Engineer, TOSHIBA Corporation
Kazuhiro Hayashi works at TOSHIBA Corporation as a Software Engineer since 2010. The main part of his work is to develop Linux for various industrial embedded products. His another focus is to provide a common Linux distribution and its build infrastructure for effective product development... Read More →
BI

Baurzhan Ismagulov

Software Engineer, ilbers GmbH


Friday June 22, 2018 17:10 - 17:50
Room 6
  • Experience Level Any

17:10

OSS License Compliance for Software Developers, NOT for Legal Experts - Satoru Ueda, Sony
Dealing with the OSS License appropriately is an essential issue to use open source software. In this session, we would like to consider the most important things which are always forgotten especially for actual software developers. To be consulted by attorney or legal department staff? Of course it is important. However we mustn’t forget the existence of the engineers who are not supported by those legal experts. And there are some pitfalls which legal experts are always fall into. For the appropriate use of OSS, the role of software developers is enormously important. Don’t be afraid! It is not so difficult for the software developers to perform the role.

Speakers
SU

SATORU UEDA

Chief Open Alliance Manager, Sony Corp.
Since early 2003, Satoru Ueda has been engaged in projects to promote and use Linux widely in consumer electronics appliances and IoT devices. Ueda was one of the founders of the CE Linux forum, which was established to enhance the collaborative relationship between the OSS community... Read More →


Friday June 22, 2018 17:10 - 17:50
Private Dining
  • Experience Level Any