This year’s Open Source Monitoring Conference is going to take place in Nuremberg from November 14 – 16. It’s a three-day conference that focusses on open source monitoring solutions. As usual the first conference day is scheduled for our beloved workshops. Check out which ones will be held:
As a hands-on introduction, our Kubernetes workshop enables first experiences in using Kubernetes from a developer and operations perspective. The course uses examples and experiments to show how the key features of Kubernetes can make your day-to-day work easier. You will learn how containers work and how to start and run them in Kubernetes, as well as how to store data and access applications from the outside.
Be ready to discover a new and very effective approach to monitoring. Prometheus brings monitoring to another level when everything is about metrics and graphs. It puts the data first and takes advantage of multiple service discovery systems. Our Prometheus workshop will dive into its ecosystem and teach you how to get the best out of it.
Save your workshop spot!
Get your workshop ticket now and benefit from our pre-conference training classes. To promote a comprehensive training success, the number of participants is limited. What are you waiting for?
Become a speaker
You’re a specialist on open source monitoring and you know where it counts? You’re familiar with solutions in this area and you want to share your best practices?
Great, then OSMC is the perfect spot for you as a speaker!
Submit your proposal until July 31, be part of OSMC and make a name for yourself as an open source expert!
What’s OSMC all about
At OSMC leading specialists will present the full scope of open source monitoring and are ready to answer your hardest questions. Learn new techniques, exchange knowledge and engage with top developers. Benefit by the lecture program that offers technical sessions, case studies, best practices as well as pioneering solutions and future perspectives.
In a nutshell: Keep up with the latest developments and trends in open source monitoring!