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Get prepared for stackconf 2022!

The preparation of the lecture program is in full swing and we are very excited to be able to present a great international and top-class speaker line-up again this year.

Here are a few insights:

Hannah Foxwell from VMware Tanzu will talk about “DevOps or DevX – Lessons We Learned Shifting Left the Wrong Way”. What’s cool about her talk is the style of how software is developed and evolved.



Look forward to a real-life case with Spotify’s Kat Liu. She will report on Spotify’s outage on March 8, 2022, describing and explaining exactly what happened.




Choose your open source package like you choose a hotel“. What does that mean exactly? Have a look at the speakers line-up and find out more about this impressing talk given by Matt Jarvis from Snyk.



Get inspiration!

As one of the leading open source infrastructure events in Europe, stackconf differs from other IT conferences in many ways. Our speaker talks are known for providing real added value instead of just being given as vendor pitches. The infrastructure experts are ready to share all their expertise and want you to get inspired by their lectures. Best case scenario: you go home with at least three new ideas to optimize your own infrastructure.

Exchange ideas & socialize!

Networking, socializing and getting in contact with more than 150 like-minded international attendees is another core value of stackconf. We take care of that social aspect at our conference. That’s why we provide a lot of space and opportunities for discussion and exchange. Learn from other IT engineers and architects. Get feedback on your own approaches and plans for the future.

Save your seat!

Don’t miss out on first-hand expertise and practical know-how for your daily practice. Get your ticket and check out your favourite talks! We look forward to meeting you from July 19 – 20, 2022 in Berlin!

The final stackconf agenda will be announced soon! So stay tuned!


Natalie Regn
Natalie Regn
Marketing Manager

Natalie hat im September 2019 bei NETWAYS gestartet und ist Teil des Marketing-Teams. Hier kümmert sie sich hauptsächlich um die Social Media Accounts und ist regelmäßig in unserem Blog aktiv. Vor ihrer Zeit bei NETWAYS war sie ein Jahr als Au Pair in Schottland unterwegs. Passend dazu spielt sie seit vielen Jahren den schottischen Dudelsack. Außerdem trainiert sie im Fitnessstudio, bereist gerne das ein oder andere Land und verbringt Zeit mit dem Familienhund.

stackconf 2022 | The Program is online!

stackconf 2022 is around the corner and we’re happy to say we’re one step closer with organizing the event. Today we’re excited to announce that the program of this year’s Open Source Infrastructure Conference is finally set.


Check out the schedule!

2 days, 2 tracks and 36 outstanding speakers await you on July 19 & 20 in Berlin.

From topics like Kubernetes, cluster management, infrastructure automation, observability to programming languages, cloud provisioning and much more: our top-level speakers present a broad mix of topics in the area of open source infrastructure solutions. So take a look at the program and see what’s in for you!

Now it’s up to you! What are your favourite lectures? Which talks do you not want to miss?

To make sure you’re there for everything you want to listen to, we enable you to put together your individual program by adding your favourite lectures to your personal calendar. Try it!


Our Highlight Speakers

You are curious already? Here are three out of our magnificent speakers line-up presenting their talks to you:

Kat Liu | Spotify’s outage of 8.3.2022, explained

Spotify had one of its most disruptive outages in recent history on 8.3.2022 CET, which resulted in over an hour of downtime and users getting logged out. As luck would have it, I was on-call for the very first time for the User platform tribe. I helped where I could, but mostly watched in awe as a flurry of teams came online after-hours to work together to debug and mitigate the issue. Here, I’ll talk about the this incident, including symptoms, root causes, aftereffects, and takeaways.



Matt Jarvis | Choose your open source package like you choose a hotel

Securing our software supply chains has become one of the biggest stories of recent years. From code injection to typo squatting, bad actors are realising that getting code into the upstream supply chain may be an easier route than targeting vulnerabilities in downstream applications. So how do we manage this in open source communities? Here, I will introduce the problem space of software supply chain issues in open source package libraries and how tools like Advisor can help you make informed choices.


Hannah Foxwell | DevOps or DevX – Lessons We Learned Shifting Left the Wrong Way

In 2010 the DevOps movement set about solving the blockage on the path to production. The Wall of Confusion! Developers would throw new software releases, features, and products over the wall to operations who were tasked with supporting these apps in production. We have been tearing down the wall of confusion for a decade and we have learnt a thing or two along the way. In this talk I will reflect on how we often “shift left” the wrong way, and how we might approach this familiar problem in new ways that set our teams up for success.


Save your seat!

Have we convinced you with this year’s stackconf program and our highlight speakers? Then save your ticket for July 19 – 20, 2022 in Berlin to be on bord of an extraordinary and absolutely exciting open source event this summer!

Stay tuned!

Katja Kotschenreuther
Katja Kotschenreuther
Online Marketing Manager

Katja ist seit Oktober 2020 Teil des Marketing Teams. Als Online Marketing Managerin kümmert sie sich neben der Optimierung unserer Websites und Social Media Kampagnen hauptsächlich um die Bewerbung unserer Konferenzen und Trainings. In ihrer Freizeit ist sie immer auf der Suche nach neuen Geocaches, bereist gern die Welt, knuddelt alle Tierkinder, die ihr über den Weg laufen und stattet ihrer niederbayrischen Heimat Passau regelmäßig Besuche ab.

Monthly Snap March 2022

In March we celebrated the fifth birthday of NETWAYS Web Services! Time really does fly, now we couldn`t imagine a workday without Jitsi, Nextcloud & Co. so Happy Birthday NWS!


Our Consultants…


What exactly is this NETWAYS Support Collector? Tobias B. started the month with explaining it to us. Then Thomas G. talked about a new Icinga module in IDO Snap: war vorher wirklich alles besser? Thilo gave us another Ansible know-how, this one on how to create reusable tasks. And Tobias R talked about how IT consulting has evolved over the years in Ein Berufsbild im Wandel der Zeit. Then Thomas W. taught us how to visualize graphs with Mermaid.


Our Sales-Team selling


Nicole taught us about Graylog: Basics for a Best Practice installation, and Stefan shared part two in his series NETWAYS Managed Services – Alles im Flow, wherein he wrote about upcoming opportunities and news. Then Christian gave us upcoming Webinars to look forward to in NETWAYS Webinar Plan 2022 – Phase 2, and Isi taught us more about the HWgroup IP Watchdog2.




On the International Women Day Natalie proudly presented some of our Women in tech! And she interviewed Thomas W in her series Natalie meets. And we have news in our blog series NETWAYS stellt sich vor: Read about Nik, Matthias and Babsi.  



OSMC 2021


Katja opened the door to the OSMC- archives and shared links to the talks with us. This month she wrote about Jacob Baungård Hansen and his talk Scaling Naemon deployments to Kubernetes with Merlin and Jakob Semre`s talk Open Source API_HUB – Connect Icinga2, Zabbox, CheckMK and more with OpenCelium. And, of course, Christian`s talk Icinga for Windows – Evolution.


Trainings @NETWAYS!


Katja gave us an overview on various upcoming trainings in Hol dir dein Profiwissen zu InfluxDB & Grafana und Foreman. Read it and decide which one to attend!




Stackconf 2021 was great, but now we are looking forward to stackconf 2022 in July in Berlin! Katja gave us the latest news in stackconf 2022 – Check out what`s new. To get us in the right mindset Katja shares info about last year`s talks on a regular basis, including links to the entire talks should you have missed one. This month she recapped Paul Puschmann`s talk how we finally migrated an eCommerce Platform to GCP and Tobias Berdin`s talk Introducing Thola- A tool for Monitoring and Provisioning Network devices. And also, Dotan Horovits`s talk Monitoring Microservices The Right Way as well as Kris Buytaert`s talk Help, My Datacenter is on Fire.


Header- photo by Adi Goldstein on Unsplash

Catharina Celikel
Catharina Celikel
Office Manager

Catharina unterstützt seit März 2016 unsere Abteilung Finance & Administration. Die gebürtige Norwegerin ist Fremdsprachenkorrespondentin für Englisch. Als Office Manager kümmert sie sich deshalb nicht nur um das Tagesgeschäft sondern übernimmt nebenbei zusätzlich einen Großteil der Übersetzungen. Privat ist der bekennende Bücherwurm am liebsten mit dem Fahrrad unterwegs.

Monthly Snap April 2022

Springtime in Nuremberg! And while we enjoyed the warmer days and the city in bloom, two of our collegues had reasons for celebrating. In our new blog series NETWAYS anniversaries, Katja interviewed Thilo and Christian and congratulated them properly on 10 years @NETWAYS!



What are the advantages of becoming a sponsor for the conference? Read Natalie`s take on it and decide which sponsoring package suits you and your company the best. Katja shares glimpses from the OSMC`s archives every now and then! Read about Marius Oehler`s talk inspectIT Ocelot: Dynamic Open Telemetry Instrumentation at Runtime.




Natalie told us to register now and attend this year`s conference. And Katja shared links to last years` talks, such as Rodolpho Concurde`s talk Fuzzing: Finding Your Own Bugs and 0days, Or Elimelech’s and Leonid Belkind’s talk Kubernetes Native Continuous Deployment with FluxCD, Flagger and Linkerd. But also Tom Granot`s talk On-call done right: how even a developer can help and Michael Cotè`s talk Platform as a Product


Pro- tipps


Philipp taught us about the Python – Generator, and Dirk showed us how to build our own modifier in Modifier im Icinga- Director selbstgemacht. Leonie took a closer look at the Icinga Master App. Then Rania gave us a short introduction to Kubernetes and Andrew informed us of new Jitsi Features in Jitsi Feature Improved Moderator Control.


Icinga Camp in Berlin!


We are so happy to be hosting an Icinga Camp again this year! Will you be joining us in Berlin in July? There is still time to submit a talk or to become a sponsor. Julia presented the first speakers, and now we are even more excited!

Icinga for Windows


What is new in the world of Icinga for Windows? Alexander shared tipps on Troubleshooting, Debugging and Performance, and Christian taught us how to boost the performance of Icinga for Windows with REST- Api

Back to normal?


Afeef spoke of a very important topic: the difficulties many have with finding their “new normal” with and after Corona. Even if you personally have no problems in this regard, this article may help you understand others better. Read Unser Leben binnen und nach Corona.




On the International Day of Sport, Natalie asked around what kind of sports her colleagues do and what they love about their sports. Read the result and be inspired! In the blog series Natalie meets she interviewed Stefan and in our series NETWAYS stellt sich vor you can get to know our new Systems Engineer Justin.

Catharina Celikel
Catharina Celikel
Office Manager

Catharina unterstützt seit März 2016 unsere Abteilung Finance & Administration. Die gebürtige Norwegerin ist Fremdsprachenkorrespondentin für Englisch. Als Office Manager kümmert sie sich deshalb nicht nur um das Tagesgeschäft sondern übernimmt nebenbei zusätzlich einen Großteil der Übersetzungen. Privat ist der bekennende Bücherwurm am liebsten mit dem Fahrrad unterwegs.