Exhibitors

IBM
Diamond Sponsor

Open technology and innovation is at the core of our strategy. "Open by design" is the principle we base our approach and have delivered unparalleled integration of open technologies across our strategic cloud and cognitive solutions. Stop by our booth to get hands on experience with how IBM is leveraging open technologies such as Knative, Tensorflow, Node.js, Apache Spark, Kubernetes, Blockchain and many others to build cognitive, IoT and mobile solutions for the cloud. Dig deeper into these solutions by taking a developer journey with IBM Developer.

The Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC) was founded in 2008 to provide communities with the technical resources necessary to continue operations and begin recovery after a disaster. We harness the collective resources of the technology community to provide no cost Information, Communications, and Technology (ICT) solutions that connect survivors and responders in crisis.

Silver Sponsor

Invoca call tracking and analytics helps marketers get conversion reporting and campaign attribution from inbound phone calls. Powered by award-winning AI, our platform delivers real-time call analytics to help marketers take informed actions based on data generated before and during a phone conversation. As a result, marketers can dramatically improve ROI by driving more revenue-generating calls, increasing conversion rates, personalizing the customer journey, and running more efficient campaigns.

iXsystems is a pioneer in building innovative storage solutions and enterprise servers for a global marketplace based on open technology. With decades of expertise, many contributions to Open Source communities, and stewardship of leading Open Source projects, iXsystems has become the leader of innovative storage and server solutions for the global open technology market. Thousands have come to rely on iXsystems' approach to doing business.

Build great things at any scale.
Jenkins is the leading open source automation server, Jenkins provides hundreds of plugins to support building, deploying and automating any project. 

KDE

KDE, the KDE Software Compilation, is a contemporary desktop environment for UNIX, Linux and BSD workstations. KDE seeks to fulfill the need for an easy to use desktop for, similar to those found on Macintosh and Microsoft Windows operating systems

LayerOne is an information security conference located in Los Angeles, California. Since 2004, we’ve featured speakers from all across the globe and on topics ranging from lockpicking and MPLS security to covert data gathering and HIPAA compliance. Our speakers come from a diverse background and include a focus not just on the nuts and bolts of technology but the social impact as well.

Silver Sponsor

LINBIT creates next generation resilient storage with Open Source products. As the leader in Linux High Availability and Disaster Recovery technologies for over 15 years, LINBIT's product, DRBD, is now the defacto replication standard for High-Availability Clusters. LINBIT provides development, support, and consulting to the entire Linux High Availability Cluster Stack.

Silver Sponsor, Reception Sponsor

Linode delivers its cloud services from six data centers across the U.S., Europe, and Asia to some of the most innovative companies in the world, such as The Onion and Creative Commons. The company’s proven IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) platform enables customers to fully customize their environment and leverage the improved performance, scalability, and reliability in the most cost-effective way possible. For more information, visit http://www.linode.com/.

LinuxChix is many things to many people, but it primarily focuses on supporting women in computing, specifically in Open Source/Free Software/Software Libre computing.

LinuxChix is a community that encourages participation by allowing the quieter voices a place to speak without being drowned out by a vocal minority by holding fast to the two core tenets within the LinuxChix community: "be polite" and "be helpful."

The international community of LinuxChix has been active for over nine years and the Los Angeles chapter of LinuxChixLA was established in 2002.