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OSDC 2016 – Thematic Focuses

von | Jan 26, 2016 | Container, Elastic Stack, Events, Graphite & Grafana, OSDC, Technology

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The 2016 Open Source Data Center Conference focuses on the three thematic blocks Infrastructure as Code | Containers and Databases | Tools & Infrastructure.
You are an experienced administrator or architect? Then join the OSDC as one of over 150 international participants and benefit from the comprehensive experience of well known experts on open source software in data centers and huge IT environments. Gain the latest know-how for your daily practice! Meet with other IT professionals to exchange experiences and take the special opportunity for social networking and socializing with the open source community!
The complete conference program will soon be available on the official OSDC website. You can once again expect high class speakers presenting extraordinary talks such as:
John Willis – Devops’ing the Operating System
Dawn Foster – Open Source: A Job and an Adventure
Kris Buytaert – Another 7 tools for your #devops stack
Jan Lieskovsky – Inspecting Security of Docker formatted Container Images to find Peace of Mind
Mike Elsmore – NoSQL is a Lie
Monica Sarbu – Unifying Log Management and Metrics Monitoring with the Elastic Beat
Find all so far confirmed speakers over here.
Featured workshops – bookable as a supplement to your conference participation – will be:
ADVANCED GRAPHING – with Graphite and Co.
Introduction to Performance Graphing
Overview of Graphite components
Installation of Graphite
Usage of Graphite Web
Multinode Cluster with Graphite
Configuration of Dashboards with Grafana
Connection of Icinga 2 and LogstashADVANCED GRAPHING – with Graphite and Co.
DOCKER – Virtual Containers
Introduction to container virtualization
Overview of Docker and its components
Creation of containers with Docker files
Versioning and management of containers
Explanation of the most important Docker commands
Use-cases for the deployment of Docker
LOGSTASH – Enterprise Logfile Management
Introduction to Logstash and Elasticsearch
Usage of Input-and Output-Plugins
Installation of different Log-Shippers like Syslog and Lumberjack
Usage of filters for modification of logs and events
Correct usage of Kibana for data analysis
Connection of 3rd Pary Tools such as Icinga
As you see, you are spoilt for choice! Please keep in mind that the number of participants is limited to 12 attendees each workshop. So hurry up! Decide which workshop is your most favorite and get your workshop ticket now!
For all further information regarding e. g. the conference venue, tickets, the evening event or some impressions of the previous Open Source Data Center Conferences visit: www.osdc.de

Pamela Drescher
Pamela Drescher
Head of Marketing

Seit Dezember 2015 ist Pamela Anführerin des Marketing Teams. Mit ihrer stetig wachsenden Mannschaft arbeitet sie daran, NETWAYS nicht nur erfolgreicher, sondern auch immer schöner zu machen. Privat ist sie Oberaufseherin einer Horde von zwei Pferden, drei Kindern und fünf Katzen. Für Langeweile bleibt also keine Zeit!
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