The 7th OSMC will take place on 17th â€“ 18th October, 2012. This year, once again, the program of Europeâ€™s trend-setting conference on monitoring has been received with great interest. The last remaining seats can only be booked for limited time.
Online PR News – 29-September-2012 – September 27th Nuremberg – With top-class speakers like Nagios co-developer Andreas Ericsson, Xing system administrator Mike Adolphs and the NSClient ++ author Micheal Medin, the OSMC provides once again a high-caliber conference program. Because of the great feedback we receive, we have to announce the last remaining seats earlier than usual this year. Those who are interested should act fast, because the ticket deadline is coming up soon. Also for the Icinga in-depth workshop which takes place the day before the conference there are just a few available places left. On the day right after the conference the attendees have the opportunity to take part in GermanyÂ´s first Puppet Camp. Amongst others the following speakers will present the latest developments and best practices around Puppet: James Turnbull (VP Technology Operations von Puppet Labs), Peter Simon (Ebay), Olivier Renault (Eucalyptus) and Patrick Otto (Mayflower).
The Camp can either be booked alone or as OSMC+Puppet Camp package.
Open Source Monitoring Conference 2012
17. & 18. Oktober 2012
Puppet Camp NĂĽrnberg 2012
19. Oktober 2012
Hotel Holiday Inn NĂĽrnberg
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.