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Thank you!

We would like to thank each attendee for two pleasant and interesting conference days.


If you missed the conference, you can see many presentations in Linux Magazins streaming archive:

2nd Open Source Data Center Conference - OSDC 2010

Simplifying Complex IT Infrastructures with Open Source  | Nuremberg 23rd and 24th June 2010

NETWAYS presents the Open Source Data Center (OSDC) Conference: a unique opportunity to meet with Open Source professionals and insiders, gather and share expertise over 2 days of presentations, hands-on workshops and social networking.

Speakers include:

B. Schwartz
Percona Inc.

Ralph Dehner
B1 Systems

Dr. Schwartzkopff
MultiNET GmbH

Florian Haas

M. Schlenzka

Call for Papers

Interested speakers are welcome to submit papers, ideas and suggestions through our Call for Papers. For ideas and currently planned presentations see the preliminary program.

About the Organiser

NETWAYS is a leading German hosting and managed solutions provider specializing in Open Source solutions. With clientele such as Stay Friends and Bayer Schering, NETWAYS has extensive experience in managed services. NETWAYS is an active contributor to the Open Source community, organizes the annual Conference on Nagios and is an official partner of OSMB.

Linux Magazine is Europe's source for Linux know-how. By providing concrete information on working with Linux, Linux Magazine assists its readers in choosing the best system for their needs and running it efficiently.

The Thomas Krenn AG, a high quality server shop, is supporting the Open Source Data Center Conference 2010. The focus is server technology - Thomas Krenn does not want to offer many things together, they exclusively want to offer high-quality products.

Break new ground on:


  • High Availability
  • Clustering
  • Load Balancing
  • Firewalling
  • Large Scale Databases

Review 2009

The first Open Source Data Center Conference 2009 from 27th - 28th April 2009 in figures: 

  • 80 participants in 2009
  • 9 countries- attendees from Germany, UK, France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, USA, Lativa, Hungary
  • 21 speeches, 2 workshops

Go to Review 2009