Puppet Camp Nuremberg: The program is finalized

The IT system provider NETWAYS hosts the first Puppet Camp, on October 19th in Germany. Speakers are amongst others James Turnbull, Vice President Technologies Operation at Puppet Labs, Ken Barber (Puppet Labs), Pascal Hahn (Nokia) and Olivier Renault (Eucalyptus).

Online PR News – 14-September-2012 – Nuremberg, September 13th – Some meetings named as “Puppet Camp” intended for users and developers of Puppet configuration management software took already place worldwide. With the Puppet Camp Nuremberg, Germany will celebrate its premiere.
The Puppet Camp is a gathering of users and developers of the open source Puppet configuration management software. The camp offers participants’ information about current developments and experience and it provides a framework for networking with a large group of developers and Puppet users.
Now the camp program is ready with talks by Puppet Labs Developer Ken Barber, Chief Puppeteer at Mayflower Patrick Otto and speakers from companies such as eBay, Nokia, mobile.de or Eucalyptus.
The Puppet Camp will be opened by James Turnbull (VP Technology Operations at Puppet Labs), with the keynote “Current state of Puppet”.
The event is aimed at both experienced Puppet users as well as beginners and developers.
Further information and the complete program are presented at: www.netways.de/puppetcamp/puppetcamp2012/program/

A limited number of tickets are still available online: www.netways.de/puppetcamp/puppetcamp2012/registration/

Puppet Camp in brief:

October 19th , 2012
Also available as an Add-on to the Open Source Monitoring Conference 2012

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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 centers alongside hosting and managed services.
NETWAYS also organizes conferences and training courses on open source monitoring and data center solutions. The Open Source Monitoring Conference and the Open Source Data Center Conference, taking place every year in Nuremberg, become the major event for open source monitoring software in Europe.