Creating standards for cloud computing is key to its future evolution and broader adoption. What is the role of Linux in the cloud? What economic or technological advantages (if any) do open standards-based clouds have? Where else is open source software gaining traction in the cloud, and will customers choose to run a mix of open and 'private-source' software? How does the history of the evolution of Linux relate to the future of the cloud?
Join host Matthew T. Grant and guests, Jean Staten Healy, head of cross-IBM Linux strategy, and Josh Dorfman, director of alliance marketing, Novell, as they discuss these and other questions on Thursday, July 22, at 4 pm ET. For details, go here.