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Open FinTech Forum | October 10-11, 2018 | New York City, NY
Announcing the All-New Open FinTech Forum: AI, Blockchain,
Kubernetes and Quantum on Wall Street
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We're excited to announce the inaugural Open FinTech Forum:
AI, Blockchain, Kubernetes and Quantum on Wall Street, a
Linux Foundation event taking place October 10-11, 2018, in
New York City. Registration is now open for this all-new
event focusing on the critical intersection between
financial services and open source.

Are you a CIO, senior IT Ops manager, or open source
professional looking for guidance on building internal open
source programs? Want to learn how cutting-edge open source
technologies -- including AI, Blockchain/Distributed Ledger,
Kubernetes/Containers, and Quantum Computing -- can be
leveraged to drive efficiencies and flexibility in your
organization? Open FinTech Forum is an event you won't want
to miss.

Register Today »

Conference Content and Tracks
By attending Open FinTech Forum, you can look forward to two
days of in-depth talks covering:
* Open Source Strategy, Community & Compliance Programs:
Learn about using open source in your organization, reduce
risks with open source compliance, gain an understanding of
open source infrastructure, and more.
* Artificial Intelligence: Discover how financial
institutions are increasingly using AI and machine learning
in a range of applications across the financial system
including fraud detection, DDoS mitigation, marketing, and
usage pattern analysis.
* Blockchain/Distributed Ledger: Innovate with blockchain
technology, which offers the benefits of trust, simplicity
and efficiency for peer to peer transactions, contract
execution, asset tracking and more.
* Kubernetes, Containers & Cloud-Native Apps: Learn how
Kubernetes and other cloud-native applications help provide
integration and automation between development and
deployment for platform or infrastructure as code.
* Quantum Computing: Learn how Quantum can help traders,
analysts, and their firms overcome financial research
challenges and solve financial problems around areas like
market analysis and encryption.

Call for Proposals Open Through July 13, 2018
We are seeking talks that fit the above content criteria.
Do you have an idea or case study you would like to share?
Submit a talk proposal by July 13, 2018.

Submit a Talk »

Who Will Attend
500 attendees across the open source and financial services
spaces are expected to attend this brand new event,
* CIOs and senior managers responsible for strategy
execution looking for guidance on building internal open
source programs.
* Senior IT and operations professionals who wish to
understand and leverage cutting-edge open source tools and
developments in the FinTech space and who would like to
receive timely training for their talent pools on disruptive
* Core open source project contributors, maintainers and
* Vendors that can assist IT decision makers in implementing
key projects and technologies into their stack.
* Professionals interested in open source
license compliance and learning best practices in
constructing in-house open source programs.

Register for Open FinTech Forum
Register for this must-attend conference before it sells
* Full-event Pass (Days 1 & 2): US$995
* Single-day Pass (Day 1) - Building Internal Open
Source Programs Strategy Session: US$449
* Single-day Pass (Day 2) - Technical Tracks &
Keynotes on Disruptive Technologies: US$649

FinTech CIOs and senior technologists may receive a 50%
discount on registration fees. Email us at
events@linuxfoundation.org for a discount code.
Additionally, registration scholarships are available for
those who qualify. Academic and student pricing is available
for those who qualify as well. Email
events@linuxfoundation.org for more information.

Register Today »

Interested in Sponsoring?
Sponsor Open FinTech Forum to connect with FinServ decision
makers who need guidance and products that allow them to
gain a competitive edge using open source.

Learn how to become a sponsor »






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