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Tuesday, October 14 • 9:55am - 10:35am
Giving Private Clouds Public Capabilities: Roger Spoor, SurfNet; Dr Jakub Moscicki, CERN; Peter Szegedi, TERENA; Dr. Raimund Vogl, NRW; Frank Karlitschek, ownCloud; Markus Rex, ownCloud (Moderator)

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Private, public, hybrid. Clouds now come in three flavors, each bringing with them plusses and minuses. Public clouds are too public, private clouds are too private, and even hybrid clouds are just not quite right. What if we can build a cloud that contains the best of all three worlds.

Frank Karlitschek, founder of the ownCloud project, talks about giving groups of private clouds public cloud capabilities -- while still maintaining their integrity, security and privacy -- and what this could mean to the future of the cloud. ownCloud CEO Markus Rex follows with a panel discussion with representatives from SurfNet, NRW and TERENA about this next revolution.


Moderators
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Markus Rex

ownCloud
With nearly 20 years of open source experience behind him, Rex founded ownCloud, Inc. with community leader Frank Karlitschek and long-time SUSE colleague Holger Dyroff, determined to bring secure file sync and share to business. Rex is responsible for all day-to-day management, yet never misses a chance to go under the ownCloud hood and tinker with fixes and QA. Throughout his career he was heavily involved in all critical areas of the Linux... Read More →

Speakers
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Frank Karlitschek

Frank Karlitschek is ownCloud’s visionary, chief cheerleader and community leader. A long-time KDE contributor, Karlitschek saw a problem coming. In January 2010, He told a standing-room-only audience at Camp KDE in San Diego that Dropbox was threatening their privacy and he intended to do something about it.He quickly wrote the original ownCloud code — gathering an extremely active, dedicated and growing community around him. Soon the... Read More →
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Rogier Spoor

Rogier Spoor is manager VMS at SURFnet. Rogier supports the SURFnet’s security community (SCIRT) and develops new services in area of security and cloud computing (focus on IaaS, personal cloud storage, distributed storage, honeypot based security solutions).
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Peter Szegedi

Peter Szegedi joined TERENA in January 2008. He is one of the Project Development Officers who develop and manage the task forces and contribute to technical projects and strategic programmes. He is currently the secretary of two TERENA task forces; TF-Storage (data | | storage) and TF-NOC (network operation centres), as well as the coordinator of the network architect, the information security management and last but not least the real-time... Read More →
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Dr. Raimund Vogl

Raimund Vogl holds a PhD in elementary particle physics from University of Innsbruck (Austria). After completing his PhD studies in 1995, he joined Innsbruck University Hospital as IT manager for medical image data solutions and moved on to be deputy head of IT. He served as a lecturer in medical informatics at UMIT (Hall) and as managing director for a medical image data management software company (icoserve, Innsbruck) and for a center of... Read More →


Tuesday October 14, 2014 9:55am - 10:35am
Room 1

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