We are very proud to be Platinum Sponsor for the very first IcingaConf taking place in Amsterdam this June! The three-day event, hosted by our partner Icinga, includes two days of presentations focusing on Icinga and the surrounding Open Source monitoring ecosystem, as well as a workshop day.
Enjoy the spirit of sharing stories and keeping each other up to date about observability, automation and monitoring culture. Get to know the newest innovations and best practices from the experts. And polish your Icinga skills in one of the workshops.
Conference plus Workshop
Early Bird Tickets for IcingaConf are still available. Don’t wait too long: Get your tickets now!
Prior to two days full of inspiring lectures on June 24 – 25, a workshop day will take place on June 23. Experienced instructors will take you by the hand and guide you through the world of monitoring.
Get to know our super nice NETWAYS colleague, Icinga consultant Thilo Wening. His Icinga Essentials Workshop will guide you through your first steps with Icinga so you can use the tool as efficiently as possible. Thilo has many years of experience with Icinga. Consulting large enterprises and conducting training sessions is part of his daily business.
Thomas Gelf is the main developer of the Icinga Director at Icinga, and Icinga consultant for NETWAYS. Hello lovely colleague no. 2! At NETWAYS we call him “Mr. Director”. Thomas knows exactly how to tweak Director with diverse requirements. Join the Icinga Director Workshop, ask your most urgent questions and thrive!
Training class attendance requires the purchase of an IcingaConf + Workshop ticket. To promote a comprehensive training success, the number of participants is limited. Register now and save your seat!
IcingaConf Speaker Line-Up
The organizers recently announced the speaker line-up for IcingaConf 2020 of which I want to present you a small selection to give you a brief impression of what you can expect:
From the Server Room to the Dev Team
Marina Malaguti is the Director of Data Science & Engineering at Jellyvision, one of the fastest-growing and most successful companies in Chicago. In the last 10 years of her career, she has identified three team patterns or topologies as being the most commonly used for DevOps teams and Devs. Find out which ones and learn more from the fierce technology leader with a keen eye for problem-solving at IcingaConf.
Find out more about Marina & her talk: To the Dev Team!
Behind the Curtain: The Anatomy of a Real Major Incident
Failures are inevitable. But when they occur, our goal should be to resolve them as quickly and efficiently as possible. The PagerDuty Community has developed an most effective, open-source DevOps approach to Incident Response. George Miranda, Community Advocate at PagerDuty, infrastructure engineer, book author, and former EMT & First Responder knows some gritty details about crisis situations and of course effective incident management.
Find out more about George & his talk: Peek behind the curtain!
No DevOps without Open Source Monitoring
Kris Buytaert is a long time Linux and Open Source Consultant. He’s one of the instigators of the devops movement, currently working for Inuits. 10 years ago they started the #devopsdays leading up to the global use of the term DevOps. Kris talk will illustrate the thriving force that Open Source Monitoring plays for the #devops movement. May contain Icinga, Graphite, Prometheus and friends.
Find out more about Kris & his talk: Thriving #DevOps!
Join us in Amsterdam!
IcingaConf takes place June 23 – 25, 2020 in Amsterdam. Meet us there! Find out more about IcingaConf at icingaconf.com.