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Swapnil Bhartiya
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CoreOS is gearing up for CoreOS Fest on May 9-10 in the city of Berlin, Germany. In its second year, and first time in Europe, CoreOS Fest gathers technical minds from around the world as companies look to solve issues of security, consistency and efficiency.

Hundreds of experts in open source, distributed systems, Linux containers, security, Kubernetes, and more will participate in discussions around the future of hyperscale infrastructure and how they can work together to build a more secure Internet. Those who are interested in attending the event may purchase a ticket from CoreOS event page.

I met with Alex Polvi, CoreOS CEO, at OpenStack Summit to learn more about the upcoming event. Here is an edited version of our conversation.
A must-attend event for anyone who wants to know what the next wave of infrastructure will look like.
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I have seen this conflict before. They are a common theme when a company controls an open source project.
Frank Karlitschek has left the company citing a conflict between the interests of the company and those of the community.
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OpenStack is the hottest technology today, companies big and small are deploying it left and right. There are Giants like AT&T and Verizon who have immense technical resources to do anything they want to do with technologies like OpenStack, but then due to the scope of OpenStack many smaller, non tech organizations are using OpenStack. And deploying OpenStack can be a Herculean task for such users. That’s the challenge that CoreOS is trying to solve with what they call Stackanetes
Another step toward bringing GIFEE (Google infrastructure for everyone else) to the OpenStack community.
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Going to attend the OpenStack Summit? Don't miss the pancake breakfast with podcast.
Come join The New Stack for a short stack at the OpenStack pancake breakfast and podcast. Yes, it’s a pancake breakfast, but starring breakfast tacos! So wake up for the best hangover cure you can find and soak up the best conversation that can be had about the future of your infrastructure. Breakfast served at 7:30 am, discussion starts at 8:00 am.
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I like all three distributions. They target different audiences. elementary OS is focusing on look and feel, inspired by Mac OS to offer a seamless experience. Ubuntu offers a great, easy to use Linux distribution. openSUSE remains a mature ‘distribution’ that allows users to use whatever desktop environment or technologies they want on their system. So there is no winner or loser here. It depends on what you want. Use whatever floats your boat.

It’s a win-win-win situation. Isn’t it?

+elementary +openSUSE +Ubuntu 
What makes each of these Linux distributions unique?
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I like elementary, but I wish Pear wouldn't have gotten taken under by Apple. Then again, that's what you get for making an OS that looks EXACTLY like one from a big company. 
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CoreOS is gearing up for CoreOS Fest on May 9-10 in the city of Berlin, Germany. In its second year, and first time in Europe, CoreOS Fest gathers technical minds from around the world as companies look to solve issues of security, consistency and efficiency.

Hundreds of experts in open source, distributed systems, Linux containers, security, Kubernetes, and more will participate in discussions around the future of hyperscale infrastructure and how they can work together to build a more secure Internet. Those who are interested in attending the event may purchase a ticket from CoreOS event page.

I met with Alex Polvi, CoreOS CEO, at OpenStack Summit to learn more about the upcoming event. Here is an edited version of our conversation.
A must-attend event for anyone who wants to know what the next wave of infrastructure will look like.
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I have seen this conflict before. They are a common theme when a company controls an open source project.
Frank Karlitschek has left the company citing a conflict between the interests of the company and those of the community.
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OpenStack is the hottest technology today, companies big and small are deploying it left and right. There are Giants like AT&T and Verizon who have immense technical resources to do anything they want to do with technologies like OpenStack, but then due to the scope of OpenStack many smaller, non tech organizations are using OpenStack. And deploying OpenStack can be a Herculean task for such users. That’s the challenge that CoreOS is trying to solve with what they call Stackanetes
Another step toward bringing GIFEE (Google infrastructure for everyone else) to the OpenStack community.
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OpenStack Summit has grown from 75 people to 7,500 people in 6 years!
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I like all three distributions. They target different audiences. elementary OS is focusing on look and feel, inspired by Mac OS to offer a seamless experience. Ubuntu offers a great, easy to use Linux distribution. openSUSE remains a mature ‘distribution’ that allows users to use whatever desktop environment or technologies they want on their system. So there is no winner or loser here. It depends on what you want. Use whatever floats your boat.

It’s a win-win-win situation. Isn’t it?

+elementary +openSUSE +Ubuntu 
What makes each of these Linux distributions unique?
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One stack to rule them all, One stack to find them, One stack to bring them all and in the cloud bind them! +Red Hat 
One stack to rule them all, One stack to find them, One stack to bring them all and in the cloud bind them!
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Editor & Journalist
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Writer, Editor, Photography, film-editing, cooking
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  • CIO Online
    Freelance Writer, 2015 - present
  • ITworld
    Freelance Writer, 2014 - present
    Write Linux & Open Source related blogs for the publication.
  • Linux Foundation
    Freelance Writer, 2014 - present
    Write Linux related stories for Linux.com
  • Linux Veda
    Editor, 2014 - present
  • Admin Magazine
    2015 - present
  • Linux Magazine
    Freelance Writer, 2015 - 2015
  • Muktware.com
    Editor in Chief, 2010 - 2013
  • Linux For You
    Assistant Editor, 2005 - 2010
  • EFYTimes
    Assistant Editor, 2005 - 2010
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Arlington, USA
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Brussels, Belgium - Garmisch, Germany - Delhi - Lakhimpur kheri, India
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  • Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
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Technology and Business Journalist.
Introduction

I am a  journalist and writer who has been covering technology for over 10 years. I’m also a science fiction writer whose stories have been broadcasted on Indian radio and published in leading Indian magazines. 

Founder & Editor: LinuxVeda.com

Current Publications (Contributing Writer):
Linux.com
ITWorld.com
Linux Magazine

Past Publications I wrote for:
Linux For You (Assistant Editor)
EFYTimes (Assistant Editor)

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Spent 3 days with Richard M Stallman. Did a 50 minute long video interview of Linus Torvdals. Have met and interviewed all 'super stars' of the GNU/Linux world, including Linus Torvalds, Mark Shuttleworth, Brain Bhenedorf, Klaus Knopper, Eben Moglen, Greg KH, Theodore Ts'o, Alan Cox, Jon "Maddog" Hall, Bradley M Kuhn....and many more. I cook excellent Indian food. Use Linux in almost every aspect of my life.
Education
  • St. Don Bosco's College
    Intermediate, 1982 - 1999
    Lakhimpur Kheri, India.
  • Jamia Millia Islamia
    Journalism, 2003 - 2005
    New Delhi
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Arnie, Swap, Swappie
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