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stackconf 2022 – The Count Down is Running!

Only one week to go until it’s stackconf time!

Get new impulses and upgrade your infrastructure to what’s currently going on and coming up in the future. Think outside the box! At stackconf, you will learn how to design and build your technology stack exactly according to the needs of your business – throughout the whole lifecycle:

 

BUILDING  > CI/CD > RUNNING > MONITORING

 

stackconf Core Value – Get Together, Learn & Exchange

This social aspect is really important to us 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.

Socializing & Networking At Its Best!

The stackconf evening event will take you to the “Capitol Yard Golf Lounge”. Located in the historic Spreespeicher in the heart of Berlin this great site will provide an absolute amazing athmosphere for creating new contacts, catching up with familiar faces and engaging in extensive exchanges with other participants and expert speakers. Expect the best and be pleasantly surprised!

Not yet registered? Then it’s time to get fast & furious!

Check out the amazing speakers line up stackconf has to offer! With over 30 international infrastructure experts from top companies such as Spotify, IBM, Red Hat, Elastic, VMware, Intel, and many more.
Ceate your personal conference agenda and enjoy the great opportunity to engage with a bunch of like-minded people for 2 days of open source community feeling at its finest!

So hurry up and get your ticket now!

We are counting down the days to see you in Berlin!

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!

OSMC 2021 | Handling 250K flows per second with OpenNMS: a case study

This entry is part 7 of 19 in the series OSMC 2021

OSMC 2021 has brought many insights into latest monitoring trends and we’re still amazed about that great on-site event last autmn. We’re happy to had a big amount of international attendees, 28 top-level speakers and not to forget our much valued sponsors on bord – in short: we’re grateful for everyone who made OSMC 2021 a special and an exciting event once again!

For all of you who would like to listen to last year’s experts sessions as a follow-up, I’ve created this blog series. It reminds you bi-weekly of one of our OSMC lectures including its video recording.

Today it’s all about Jeff Gehlbach and his talk Handling 250K flows per second with OpenNMS: a case study“.

Enjoy Jeff’s lecture!

 

 

If you’re already curious about what will await you at this year’s Open Source Monitoring Conference mark your calendars for November 14 – 16, 2022.

Tickets for the conference itself as well as for our beloved workshops are already available. Grab yours now!

In case you want to become a speaker, take the opportunity and submit your paper until July 31.

 

We’re looking forward to meeting you all again this autumn in Nuremberg.

Stay tuned!

Katja Kotschenreuther
Katja Kotschenreuther
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.

OSMC 2022 | Join our Workshops – Part 1/2

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:

 

Kubernetes Workshop

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.

 

Prometheus Workshop

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!

Katja Kotschenreuther
Katja Kotschenreuther
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.

OSMC 2021 | Contributing to Open Source with the example of Icinga

This entry is part 7 of 19 in the series OSMC 2021

OSMC 2021 has brought many insights into latest monitoring trends and we’re still amazed about that great on-site event last autmn. We’re happy to had a big amount of international attendees, 28 top-level speakers and not to forget our much valued sponsors on bord – in short: we’re grateful for everyone who made OSMC 2021 a special and an exciting event once again!

For all of you who would like to listen to last year’s experts sessions as a follow-up, I’ve created this blog series. It reminds you bi-weekly of one of our OSMC lectures including its video recording.

Today it’s all about Feu Mourek. They show you how to contribute to Open Source with the example of Icinga. It has never been easier!

Enjoy Feu’s lecture!

 

 

If you’re already curious about what will await you at this year’s Open Source Monitoring Conference mark your calendars for November 14 – 16, 2022.

Grab your Early Bird ticket until June 30 and become part of an extraordinary open source event!

In case you have some great news to spread, you’re invited to join us as a speaker! Submit you paper for OSMC until July 31.

 

We’re looking forward to meeting you all again this autumn in Nuremberg.

Stay tuned!

Katja Kotschenreuther
Katja Kotschenreuther
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.

OSMC 2021 | Use OpenSource monitoring for an Enterprise Grade Platform

This entry is part 7 of 19 in the series OSMC 2021

OSMC 2021 has brought many insights into latest monitoring trends and we’re still amazed about that great on-site event last autmn. We’re happy to had a big amount of international attendees, 28 top-level speakers and not to forget our much valued sponsors on bord – in short: we’re grateful for everyone who made OSMC 2021 a special and an exciting event once again!

For all of you who would like to listen to last year’s experts sessions as a follow-up, I’ve created this blog series. It reminds you bi-weekly of one of our OSMC lectures including its video recording.

Today it’s all about Michel Schildmeijer and his talk Use OpenSource monitoring for an Enterprise Grade Platform”.  His session will tell you how you can implement tools such as Prometheus, Grafana and ELK into an Enterprise application platform.

Enjoy Michel’s lecture!

 

 

If you’re already curious about what will await you at this year’s Open Source Monitoring Conference mark your calendars for November 14 – 16, 2022.

Grab your Early Bird ticket until June 30 and become part of an extraordinary open source event!

In case you have some great news to spread, you’re invited to join us as a speaker! Submit you paper for OSMC until July 31.

 

We’re looking forward to meeting you all again this autumn in Nuremberg.

Stay tuned!

Katja Kotschenreuther
Katja Kotschenreuther
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.