ApacheCon is the official global series of conferences of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). ApacheCon is one of the most celebrated events in the open source world and one of the early days of the open source movement.

Back in 1998, before the ASF was founded, ApacheCon had attracted participants at all levels to explore the “technologies of tomorrow” in more than 300 Apache projects and their various communities. It was also during this session that the developers of HTTPD services got together and decided to form the Apache Software Foundation.

First event was held in San Francisco, CA, October 1998 (the ASF incorporated ~6 months later).

ApacheCon is held annually in Europe or North America and is a great opportunity for Apache developers to meet, discuss, and share ideas. Demonstrate the latest developments and innovations in the Apache project through hands-on presentations, keynote speeches, real-life case studies, training, hackathons, and more.

Apachecon Asia is here!

Despite the challenges of 2020, the Apache Software Foundation is holding its first Virtual Conference 2020 ApacheCon@Home, which is a great opportunity for many people who would not normally be able to attend ApacheCon in person, Giving them online access to the tech titans in many communities.

And this year, in order to better serve the rapidly growing number of Apache users and contributors in Asia Pacific, the ApacheCon Organizing Committee and the Apache Software Foundation are pleased to announce that ApacheCon Asia, the first online conference for Asia Pacific time zones, will be held on August 6, 2021.

Apachecon will showcase dozens of project-related content from the Apache Software Foundation, more than 140 conferences, and keynote speeches from technical experts such as Ali Cloud, API7, Didi Chuxing, Huawei, Kyligence, PingCap, Tencent Cloud, Tsinghua University, etc. All attendees can register free of charge.

SegmentFault will be the strategic partner media for this conference, and you will also see great sharing from the global lecturers in the SegmentFault community.

“With the support of a host of sponsors, the Apache community from around the world has come together to host this premier online event,” said Wu Sheng, Apache Asia Conference Co-Chair and ASF Board Member. “We are proud to host ApacheCon in a new virtual format and to bring participants from anywhere to Apache Asia.”

Jiang Ning, Co-Chair of Apache Asia Conference and Founder of Apache Local Community Beijing, said: “Follow ApacheCon Asia’s more than 140 sessions to learn about The latest developments in Apache projects, best practices and lessons learned, incubation projects, and community-led development ‘The Apache Way’. “Participants also have the ability to virtually connect and communicate with attendees, speakers and sponsors in real time, and to revisit presentations after the event.”

Participants will learn about innovations in the Apache project, which include —

  • API/ MicroService API/ MicroService
  • Big Data
  • Community Open Source Community
  • Open source Culture
  • Integration Integration
  • Incubator Incubator
  • IoT/IIoT IoT
  • Messaging Messaging system
  • Iddleware middleware
  • The ability to observe
  • Streaming flow calculation
  • Workflow/Data Governance
  • Web Server
  • Datavisualization DataVisualization

Apache’s featured projects include Airflow, Apisix, Arrow, Atlas, Bigtop, BookKeeper, BRPC (in incubation), Camel, Carbondata, Cassandra, Commons, DolphinScheduler, Doris (in incubation), Dr UID, Dubbo, Echarts, Flink, Hadoop, HBase, Hive, Hudi, Ignite, Impala, InLong (in incubation), IOTDB, Kafka, Kudu. Kylin, Liminal (in incubation), MXNet (in incubation), Nemo (in incubation), Ozone, Pegasus (in incubation), Pinot (in incubation), PLC4X, Pulsar, RocketMQ, ServiceComb, ShardingSphere, S Kywalking, Sling, Spark, StreamPipes (in incubation), SuperSet, Teaclave (in incubation), Tomcat, Yunikorn (in incubation) etc.

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About ApacheCon

ApacheCon is the official global conference series of the Apache Software Foundation. Since 1998, ApacheCon has been attracting participants at all levels, exploring “today’s technology of tomorrow” in more than 350 Apache projects and their various communities. In 2020 and 2021, the ApacheCon event will provide a virtual showcase of ubiquitous Apache projects and emerging innovations through conferences, keynote speeches, real-world case studies, community events, and more, all online and free of cost. For more information, please visit http://apachecon.com/ and https://twitter.com/ApacheCon.

About Apache Software Foundation (ASF)

Founded in 1999, the Apache Software Foundation is the largest open source Foundation in the world, managing more than 227 million lines of code and providing more than $20 billion worth of Software to the public, 100% free. ASF’s all-volunteer community has grown from its original 21 founders overseeing The Apache HTTP server to more than 850 individual members and 200 project management committees who work with more than 8,200 submitters through ASF’s “The Apache Way “, Successfully led over 350 Apache projects and initiatives. Apache software is an integral part of almost all end-user computing devices, from laptops to tablets to mobile devices for enterprise and mission-critical applications. The Apache project powers much of the Internet, manages terabytes of data, performs terabit operations, and stores billions of objects in almost every industry. The commercially friendly and relaxed Apache License v2 is an open source industry standard that has helped launch multi-billion dollar companies and benefited countless users around the world. ASF is a US 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization funded by individual donations and corporate sponsors, Including Aetna, Alibaba Cloud Computing, Amazon Web Services, Anonymous, Baidu, Bloomberg, Budget Direct, Capital One, Cloudera, Comcast, Confluent, and Didi Chuxing, Facebook, Google, Handshake, Huawei, IBM, Microsoft, Namebase, Pineapple Fund, Red Hat, Reprise Software, Target, Tencent, Union Investment, Verizon Media and Workday. For more information, please visit http://apache.org/ and https://twitter.com/TheASF.