Since 2013, JTF has been a highly successful annual computer infrastructure conference in Tokyo. As both a sponsor and a board member Axsh has a big hand in its organization. The event features over 30 technical presentations in 6 conference rooms and usually sees attendance of over 500 people. Come join us for some cool tech talks on a hot summer day.
The Tokyo Open Infra Users Group (TOIUG), formerly Wakame Users Group (WUG), exists to provide a platform for the community to discuss a broad spectrum of topics surrounding open source virtualization of datacenters and networks. Axsh hosts a Google Group, a Doorkeeper page and a public HipChat room to accommodate a forum where people can have discussions and related news can be announced.
Next to facilitating the communication channels for virtualization enthusiasts, every three months an event is organized for everyone to meet face to face.
The Japanese national institute of informatics provides a practical education program called "Top SE" which includes students learning about cloud technology directly from some of the best engineers in the business. Axsh acts as a co-sponsor for this course and regularly provides both technology and engineers to teach classes.
Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology (AIIT)
The AIIT is a public graduate school located in Tokyo, Japan where Axsh's CEO, Yasuhiro Yamazaki, has accepted lectureship and regularly teaches classes focusing on cloud infrastructure. His classes feature both basic and advanced techniques ranging from building modern cloud infrastructure environments to writing proper code for them.
As of today the Wakame Users Group will be referred to as the Tokyo Open Infra Users Group. We have made this change to further stress the fact that our community isn’t limited to just users of Wakame-vdc.