Registration is now closed and the event has sold out. If you're still interested in attending and have already made travel plans, please feel free to come to the Registration Desk (Sheraton Seattle, 2nd Floor) after 9:15am on Monday morning; if we've had cancellations by that time, we'll be happy to let you register.
LinuxCon + CloudOpen + ContainerCon North America Registration Descriptions and Fees:
The All-Access Registration Fee Includes:
LinuxCon, CloudOpen, and ContainerCon sessions and keynotes
Continental Breakfast and Coffee Breaks
Two Evening Events - Booth Crawl/Opening Reception and the Closing Reception
Some co-located events for no additional fee
All-Access Registration Fee: US$725 through June 5, 2015, US$900 from June 6, 2015 through July 3, 2015, US$1025 after July 3, 2015
US$200 and includes all the benefits listed above for the All-Access registration. Please note that student attendees will be required to show a valid student id at registration.
Speakers, Sponsors & Media:
If you are a sponsor, speaker or member of the media, you will need an access code to register. Please contact us at events [at] linuxfoundation.org to gain the access code.
The Networking Pass option is available to those wanting to network and visit with sponsors onsite.
The Networking Pass Fee Includes:
Technology Showcase - visit and network with sponsors
Booth Crawl and Coffee Breaks
The Networking Pass does NOT include: access to conference sessions, co-located events, or the Evening Attendee Party.
Networking Pass Registration Fee: US$175 until June 5, 2015, US$200 from June 6, 2015 through July 3, 2015, US$225 after July 3, 2015
Need-Based Discount Scholarship
The Linux Foundation is offering a limited number of scholarships for a discounted registration fee of US$100 to attend the conference. Individuals who apply must not be able to get funding from their companies to attend these events, and should be active members of the open source community. Please complete this quick form for us to review. Those who are eligible for the scholarship will be emailed the discount registration code directly.
The Linux Foundation’s diversity scholarship program provides support to those from traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalized groups in the technology and/or open source communities (including, but not limited to: persons identifying as LGBT, women, persons of color, and/or persons with disabilities) who may not otherwise have the opportunity to attend Linux Foundation events for financial reasons. For more information on the Diversity Scholarship, click here.