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Welcome to the Open Source Data Center Conference 2015

Simplifying Complex IT Infrastructures with Open Source.

This conference offers a unique opportunity to meet with Open Source professionals and insiders, gather and share expertise over 3 days of presentations, hands-on workshops and social networking. OSDC particularly addresses experienced administrators and architects. | Berlin April 21st until 23rd, 2015.

Already confirmed speaker:

Nigel Kersten is technology executive at Puppet Labs with a background in sysadmin/DevOps/client management.

Mitchell Hashimoto is founder of @HashiCorp and is creator of Vagrant, Packer, Serf, Consul, and Terraform.

Call for Papers until 31.12.2014

The OSDC 2015 has currently an open call for papers. Until 31st December 2014 interested speakers have the possibility to submit their proposals for lectures and in-depth workshops by using the CfP-Form.

Check the current status of the lectures that have already been confirmed on our website.

Conference Add-on

In-depth workshops, April 21st, 2015:

Add to your conference participation one of the offered workshops on the previous day:

The workshops are individually bookable in addition to the conference package. The number of participants is limited per group to ensure in-depth knowledge transfer.

Puppet Camp Berlin, April 24th, 2015:

The Puppet Camp Berlin participation, is also bookable in addtion to the OSDC taking. Join the Puppet Camp to improve your knowledge about simplifying complex IT infrastructures with Open Source. Detailed informations of our packages are available soon.

About the organizer

The OSDC is presented by NETWAYS Event Services GmbH, a subsidiary company of NETWAYS GmbH. NETWAYS is a leading German hosting and managed solutions provider specializing in Open Source solutions. With clientele such as Rakuten and Bayer Schering, NETWAYS has extensive experience in managed services. NETWAYS is an active contributor to the Open Source community and organizes the annual Open Source Monitoring Conference.

For more information, please see our Terms and Conditions.