AlmaLinux to Showcase its Community-Driven Linux OS at FOSSASIA Summit
The nonprofit AlmaLinux OS Foundation that stewards AlmaLinux OS, an open source, community-driven Linux operating system that is part of the Red Hat ecosystem, announced it will exhibit AlmaLinux OS at the 2023 FOSSASIA Summit, April 13-15 taking place at Lifelong Learning Institute Singapore.
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“We’re pleased to exhibit at one of Asia’s best and biggest gatherings of open source contributors and users”
An in-person and online event, the FOSSASIA Summit aims to bring together businesses, developers and tech communities from around the world to learn the latest developments surrounding open source. benny Vasquez, AlmaLinux OS Foundation chair, and other AlmaLinux representatives will be available in the event’s expo to discuss the latest AlmaLinux updates. Vasquez is also set to speak on open source both from a community and business perspective.
“We’re pleased to exhibit at one of Asia’s best and biggest gatherings of open source contributors and users,” Vasquez said. “The 2023 FOSSASIA Summit is a great opportunity to connect with the AlmaLinux community, and to showcase how AlmaLinux can be used to help organizations at all levels move forward beyond the CentOS Linux end of life dates in the next two years.”
FOSSASIA is an organization developing open source software applications and open hardware together with a global community from its base in Asia. Its goal is to provide access to open technologies, science applications and knowledge that improve people’s lives. FOSSASIA was established 2009 by Hong Phuc Dang and Mario Behling.
AlmaLinux OS is an open source, community-governed and forever-free enterprise Linux distribution focused on long-term stability and delivering a robust production-grade platform. With millions of downloads from a network of over 250 mirrors, it is 1:1 binary compatible with RHEL(r) and pre-Steam CentOS and powers projects for governments, the defense sector, and scientific research institutions as well as numerous business sectors and the web hosting industry. Adopted by some of today’s foremost open source ecosystem projects such as VMware, GitLab and Tenable, it’s available on all major public cloud platforms including AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, and Oracle OCI.
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