Come share your insight at OpenNebulaConf 2019
Do you have a story to tell or a set of experiences worth sharing? Speaking at the upcoming OpenNebulaConf 2019 is a great opportunity to share ideas and collaborate with the community.

We are looking for content that's appropriate for people who are brand new to OpenNebula, as well as for experts, and everything in between.

For all of you first-time contributors, there is no need to feel intimidated. We strongly encourage first-time speakers to submit talks, and take a fresh look at your experiences using OpenNebula.

Whether you are an OpenNebula Practitioner, User, Architect, DevOp, Admin or Developer and have a unique perspective to share, give it shot!

Suggested topics include:

- Latest developments in OpenNebula
- Remarkable experiences and case studies using OpenNebula
- Best practices and tools
- "How-to" sessions for developers and technical teams
- Integration with other cloud, virtualization and data center components
- Inspirational stories
- Any other topics that you feel are relevant to developers, users, researchers and other members of the community

The primary focus is on being able to provide insight to the community, and help open peoples' eyes to better practices, broadened perspectives, and to "nuggets of wisdom" that will bring value to others. To see examples of talks that have been accepted in the past, check out the recordings from our previous events at


Need help with or suggestions for your presentation? We've got lots of ideas and are happy to discuss your talk ideas before you submit them. Just reach out to us!


- Speakers will receive a 50% Discount on the standard admission of the conference, which includes:
- Attendance at all conference sessions
- Coffee break during the morning and afternoon breaks
- Lunch on conference days
- Dinner event (October 21st)

... and the opportunity to address a large audience of talented and influential cloud and open-source experts!

- You will also receive a 50% Discount on a standard admission to the conference for a companion of yours.


Extended deadline for proposals is May 21, 2019.
Speaker selection notifications will go out no later than June 15th, 2019.

Each presentation slot will be approximately 15 minutes long. Subsequent to each presentation, a Q&A session is scheduled with the audience.

We welcome technical abstracts with a real benefit for the participants. Please, no sales pitches.

We plan to videotape all the presentations, and make the videos available online for free. If that isn't OK, just let us know in your proposal notes.


A. Speaker Info
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First Name *
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Last Name *
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E-mail *
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Job Title *
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Company *
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Bio *
Tell us something about you. Why would attendees be excited to hear you speak?
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Mobile Number
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B. Presentation Info
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Title *
Give your session a brief, catchy title that captures its essence.
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Abstract/Description *
Describe your session and tell attendees why they should attend your session. Explain in some detail what type of valuable information they learn.
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C. Other Relevant Info
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Explain why your session will be noteworthy for attendees. How specifically will this stand out from the typical "review of infrastructure and implementation details"? *
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How would you explain the "level of complexity" of your proposed session? *
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Have you presented before at a tech conference? If so, do you have any videos you could share? *
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