Hewlett Packard Enterprise has undertaken a large-scale development effort called "The Machine" which represents a radical departure – what HPE calls “Memory-Driven Computing” -- from traditional computer architectures. The software that makes The Machine possible includes open source projects and HPE is committed to develop this new enabling software as open source.
We don’t want to do it alone. That means that YOU are a critical part of what will make The Machine and Memory-Driven Computing possible.
In this session Grant Likely, Distinguished Technologist, Hewlett Packard Linux at Hewlett Packard Enterprise will explain why he joined HPE, offer his insights on the software that drives The Machine and how you can get started bringing this game-changing platform to life. This keynote is intended to be a continuation of the “Hardware and Software Architecture of ‘The Machine’” keynote that was presented at LinuxCon NA 2015 by Keith Packard.