What will cloud mean to open source development and to linux distributions. Will anyone care about the distro anymore?
Neil Levine has been professionally using and deploying Linux and open-source software into the enterprise for over 15 years. After working as a systems and network administrator in the hosting and telecoms sector in the mid-90s, Neil joined Claranet in 1997 where as CTO he helped grow the company into the largest, independent internet service provider in Europe, covering nine countries, built almost exclusively on open-source software. In 2009, Neil joined Canonical, the commercial sponsor of the Ubuntu project, as Vice-President of Corporate Services, where he is responsible for enterprise and cloud strategy. Neil holds an MA in Political Science from Columbia University and a BSc in Economics from University College London.
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