Open Source Monitoring Conference call for papers 2012 is open now
05/21/2012

The Call for papers of the Open Source Monitoring Conference, taking place in Nuremberg October 17th-18th, 2012, has started now.

Online PR News – 21-May-2012 – Nuremberg May 18th, 2012 – The annual conference has established itself as the premier event for users and developers of open source monitoring solutions. The internationally-oriented conference, especially adapted to those interested in free monitoring solutions, is the largest worldwide of its kind and provides the ideal platform for knowledge exchange.
Interested speakers are now invited to submit an abstract at www.netways.de. Closing date is June 30th, 2012.

Conference attendees can choose once again between two different booking packages; either the whole package including attendance fee and hotel overnight stay or the conference participation only. As little add-on, different in-depth workshops are available additionally to the conference. Until June 30th, 2012 the early bird rates are still available.

For further information on the conference program, the registration and call for papers forms, please check our website www.netways.de/osmc/

Detailed information
Open Source Monitoring Conference 2012
http://www.netways.de/osmc/
October 17th & 18th, 2012
Hotel Holiday Inn Nürnberg
90402 Nuremberg

Press contact
Ms Eva Häusler
Eventmanager
+49 911 92885-0
events@netways.de
NETWAYS GmbH
Deutschherrnstr. 15-19
D-90429 Nuremberg
www.netways.de

For more than 15 years NETWAYS has been supporting companies to manage complex IT infrastructures based on open source software.
The offered solutions and high-end services based on Linux and open source tools ensure the smooth operation of networks, servers and applications. The expertise covers availability and performance monitoring with Nagios and Icinga, service and configuration management, cluster and load balancing systems for open source data center alongside hosting and managed services.
Above and beyond, NETWAYS also organizes conferences and training courses on open source monitoring and data center solutions.