Real-Time Linux Summit, KVM Forum, Fossology, and More Happening Along With ELC Europe in Prague

The Embedded Linux Conference Europe is just around the corner. This year’s event — which is co-located with Open Source Summit Europe — will take place Oct. 23-26 in Prague, Czech Republic. In addition to the previously announced session highlights, there are several other co-located events to look forward to.

Real-Time Summit

The Real-Time Summit, organized by the Linux Foundation Real-Time Linux (RTL) collaborative project, gathers developers and users of the PREEMPT_RT patch. The aim is to facilitate discussion between developers, tooling experts, and users. More details of the agenda will be available soon.

Date:Thursday, Oct. 19 – Sunday, Oct. 22

Location: Czech Technical University

Preliminary Agenda:

Day 1 – RTLWS Dual Track – paper required

Day 2 – RTLWS

Day 3 – RT-Summit Single Track

Day 4 – Free Day with Prague tour from local students

Registration Cost:

  • Standard: $225 USD (from August 21 through September 17)

  • Late: $280 USD (from September 18 through event)

  • Students: $35 USD (student ID will be required at the event)

You can add the Real-Time Summit to your existing Open Source Summit Europe + ELCE Registration or register for the Real-Time Summit separately here.

KVM Forum

KVM is an industry leading open source hypervisor that provides an ideal platform for datacenter virtualization, virtual desktop infrastructure, and cloud computing. The KVM Forum is an annual technical conference that brings together the community of developers and users that define the KVM ecosystem.

Discussions will include the current state of affairs and plan for the future of KVM, its surrounding infrastructure, and management tools. Wednesday’s KVM content will be presented as a dedicated KVM track within the Open Source Summit lineup. Thursday and Friday will consist of keynotes and concurrent breakout sessions to dive deeper into content.

Dates:Wednesday, Oct. 25 – Friday, Oct. 27

Location:Hilton Prague

Registration Cost(KVM Forum Registration Only):

  • Standard: $475 USD (from August 28 through September 24)

  • Late: $525 USD (from September 25 through the event)

Register for KVM Forum.

If you’re already planning to attend Open Source Summit, reduced pricing is available.

  • Standard: $325 USD (from August 28 through September 24) + OSS Fee

  • Late: $375 USD (from September 25 through the event) + OSS Fee

Register here for KVM Forum + ELCE.

FOSSology – Hands On Training

FOSSology is an open source license compliance software system and toolkit. The toolkit lets you run license, copyright, and export control scans from the command line. The system offers a database and Web user interface that provides you with a compliance workflow.

This course will be valuable to anyone concerned with and involved in Open Source Management, including operational and legal executives, software development managers, open source program managers, and developers.

Date: Thursday, Oct. 26

Location:Hilton Prague

Registration Cost: $100 USD

Add FOSSology – Hands On Training to your existing Open Source Summit Europe + ELCE Registration.

Tracing Summit

The Tracing Summit, which is organized by the Diagnostic and Monitoring Workgroup, gathers people involved in development and end-users of tracing tools as well as trace analysis tools. The aim of this event is to provide room for discussion in the various areas that benefit from tracing, namely parallel, distributed and/or real-time systems, as well as kernel development. Half of the day is reserved for presentations and the other half for discussions between users and developers of the tracing infrastructures.

Date: Friday, Oct. 27

Location: Hilton Prague

Registration Cost: Complimentary

Add the Tracing Summit to your existing Open Source Summit Europe + ELCE Registration.

View the complete schedule for Embedded Linux Conference here. Linux.com readers receive an additional $40 off with code OSSEULDC20. Register Now!

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