Why do we need an open source way when an emerging technology hits the world’s largest market, China? Huawei has been working in container technology for some time. In this session we will touch on not only the container core, but also the surrounding ecosystems, such as Docker/CoreOS/LXC, and Appc/runC, and introduce how Huawei and developers/users in China see these disruptions.
We’ll start by presenting the forces business driving and market momentum, followed by how to use container technology to solve real-world problems, and finally how to improve them. Along the way, I’ll also show you some use cases in the local China community, covering mobile internet and enterprise scenarios. I will also talk about how Huawei help China link up with the global community.
This session is sponsored by Huawei
Yujie Du (Ben) is a long-time open source community activist and evangelist in China. He currently works in the Huawei Open Source Software Competence Center, where he is an expert in Huawei’s Open Source Core Team (OSCT). Before he joined Huawei, Ben was a founding board member of the OpenStack Foundation. He continuously evangelizes open source to the OpenStack community.
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