This summary captures a two day programme of presentations, interactive dialogues and expert talks at the conference on leading the way in awareness for OpenSource platform on 9th and 10th February, 2019. The event brought together 17+ speakers & around 350+ people to review the role of OpenSource platform in technology. The conference was driven by sessions on various topics by experienced people from various MNC’s based on OpenSource technologies including Cloud, Programming, DevOps and other such technologies.

Day 1: 9th Feb 2019

Welcome and Opening Addresses

Welcoming speakers and participants, Mr. Ashutosh Bhakare Sir (Founder of Unnati Development & Training Center Pvt. Ltd. Aurangabad) gave a brief discription of the purpose of Conference and the agenda for the same. Following him Dr. Ulhas Shiurkar (Principal Deogiri College, Aurangabad) started the event with plant watering ceremony. Following this with welcoming the guests, Mr. Ramesh Padmanabhan & Mrs.Rani Patil from Red Hat India, they felicitated speakers with momento.

In the Opening address Dr. Ulhas Shiurkar sir expressed his views on OpenSource making audience aware about the adoption of OpenSource technologies and expressed vote of thanks to Mr.Ashutosh Bhakare Sir for taking initiative for the OpenSource conference. The boundary between the proprietary OS and the Linux OS is somewhat blurred. Hence to clear the picture, the speakers took a charge of leading the event.

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The first session was initiated by Hrushabh Sirsulwar (Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd, Pune) who focussed on careers in OpenSource organizations. He drove the discussion with the importance of OpenSource technologies in today’s IT era. He explained the way the industries are adopting OpenSource technologies in applications and services. Taking forward the session, Shreya Patil (Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd, Pune) described about OpenStack and put forward her views about the same. The presentation for cloud given by Shreya is given below

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The next session was conducted by Amogh Kukarni (Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd, Pune) who discussed on Cockpit, a project on Kubernetes. He also discussed on communication between Cockpit and Kubernetes and its dashboard. His link for the Presentation is given below.

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In the first keynote , Praveen Doifode (BlazeClan Technologies, Pune) spoke about OpenStack, Azure, AWS and various Cloud technologies. He engaged people in his impressive presentation and noted a great idea about Cloud. His presentation is acessible on the following link.

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In the second keynote, Servesha Dudhgaokar (Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd, Pune) highlighted the new OS of Red Hat Enterprise Linux-8 (RHEL-8 Beta). She noted differences between the previous OS, that is RHEL-7 and RHEL-8 and also discussed the advancements in RHEL-8 over RHEL-7. The Link for the Presentation is followed.

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After the Lunch Break, The great enthusiast Mr. Amel Mathai (Technical Delivery Manager Training and Certifications at Red Hat Inc) took forward his views on career guidance and also focussed on project guidelines like how to implement projects in OpenSource and project adoption in OpenSource.

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The next session conducted by Shivkumar Ople (Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd, Pune) discussed on Software Containers (CRI-O) which is a Lightweight Container Runtime for Kubernetes. He also discussed in deep about the containers and their use-cases. The link for the same is,

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The session was followed by Saurabh Thakare (Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd, Pune) discussed on Ansible, the automation tool and various concepts of ansible like ansible playbooks, ansible in development.

DAY 2: 10th Feb 2019

A fresh start was given for the day by taking a quick quiz on the sessions held on previous day.

Followed by that, the Star Certification Member took the charge and shared his views on career guidance in various fields and also made people understand importance of the certifications exams and their values.

Mr. Manoj Kashyap(Star Certification) then gave an extremely interesting presentation and hands-on session of Ethical Hacking which left everyone stunned, all he used were some OpenSource tools for hacking. This session gave a great idea about how OpenSource is booming in every single way.

Team unnati was no back here and started things off in their style discussing skillsets development and everything about OpenSource. The importance of global certification, and how we can adopt in acquiring an skillsets was their focussed point. Experienced words of Mr. Ashutosh Bhakare played an important role in the session.

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The next session was conducted by Sameer Kandarkar (Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd, Pune) which was hands-on how to add code in the containers. Starting from very basic about containers, he showed in detail about containers and their use cases, which made it an informative session.

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This session was all about Software Defined Storage conducted by Shriya Muley and Servesha Dudhgaonkar (Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd, Pune) the focussed point was data storage resources without having any dependencies on the physical storage hardware. A great session indeed.

The next common session was taken by the Red Hat team, Mr Ramesh Padmanabhan gave his views about the OpenSource community and gave importance for the global certifications.

Following him Mrs.Rani Patil took a step forward to engage audience into her kind words for the development in OpenSource and how you one can be able to acheive a great success in the professional world. ­

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Followed to that Satyajit Bulage (Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd, Pune) took an hands-on session of what is Git, Github and Python. Starting from the scratch he showed how python is useful and powerful in coding.

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The session in continuation with storage part, Ashutosh Sir then brought Openshift and Kubernetes into picture. His sessions are always helpful. This session was all about Platform-as-a-service, and how openshift can help in acheiving the same.

The next common session was about a project presentation on Object Recognization by Siddhanth Kulkarni a 9th grade student left everyone astonished by his work for the blind people.

This ended with all the sessions. Following that prize distribution added a 5th star to the end of the day.

The conference ended with thanksgiving by Ashutosh Bhakare Sir to all the audience, speakers, guests of honour and all the volunteers who initiavely tried to be a part of this event. A two day knowledegable experience would surely change the perspective to look at OpenSource technology.

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