More than 280 attendees from 19 different countries met for 28 phenomenal talks at the 12th Open Source Monitoring Conference. It was a great pleasure having you as our guests in Nuremberg! We hope to see you again in 2018! Save the date: November 05 – 08, 2018
The OSMC archive is now online. We hereby invite you to take a glance at the event-photos. Just visit osmc.de, here you will find the means as well as videos and slides of the talks to review the conference days.
In part 3 of the Blopgseries “OSMC – Stay tuned” we want to give you a short overview of the OSMC Hackathon on November 24:
We will start the day with a short round of introductions, then run a brainstorming session for possible topics. Afterwards the participants have the opportunity to form groups and work together on a specific solution. Most important however, is that no development orders are placed but rather a real implementation is elaborated.
What makes the OSMC unique?
The bilingual conference focuses on the latest trends and developments on open source monitoring solutions and offers a unique opportunity to meet the open source community and to gain valuable expertise. The conference offers Interesting talks with a real benefit for the attendees, as well as hands-on workshops to expand your knowledge and monitoring know- how.
Due to the great success in the past two years, we are again offering a hackathon, which is bookable as an add-on.
We’re very excited and would be happy to welcome you in November!
And now, have a look at “Alerting with Time Series” by Fabian Reinartz!
und mit Ding meine ich keinen Pokal, obwohl die OSMC den ja wohl sicherlich auch verdient hätte, sondern das prall gefüllte, brandaktuelle Programm! Größer als je zuvor! Wir haben gleich so viele Papers von euch bekommen, dass wir kurzerhand dazu entschieden haben, noch einen Slot hinzuzufügen. Freut euch auf sage und schreibe 30(!!!) Knaller-Vorträge.
Mit dabei sind unter anderem diese Garanten für einen Spitzentalk:
Alba Ferri Fitó (Vodafone) | With a little help from … the community
Caleb Hailey (Sensu) | Monitoring Challenges in a World of Automation
Icinga Team | Current state of Icinga
Kris Buytaert (Inuits) | Groovy There is a Docker in my Dashing Pipeline
James Shubin (RedHat) | Next Generation Config Mgmt: Monitoring
Michael Medin (NSClient++) | Extending NSClient++
Holger Koch (DB Systel) | Monitoringkonzept für OpenShift basierte Containerplattform
Auch gibt es wieder die Qual der Wahl bei den Workshops:
„Elastic Stack – Modern Logfile Management“,
„Icinga 2 – Distributed Monitoring“,
„Timeseries & Analysis with Graphite and Grafana“ oder
„Ansible – Configuration Management“?
Und für jene, die gerne Großes vollbringen wollen, bietet der Hackathon am Freitag die ideale Gelegenheit dazu. Vom blutigen Anfänger bis hin zum Hardcore-Hacker ist hier jeder eingeladen, seine Themenvorschläge für ein Projekt vorzustellen und in kleinen Gruppen daran zu arbeiten.
Tickets gibt’s auf unserer neuen Website und in der OSMC App.
Today, we go ahead with blog series for the Open Source Backup Conference 2017 and present you the second talk of last year’s conference!
The conference will be held from September 25 to 26, 2017 at the Steigenberger Hotel in Cologne.
What awaits you: Core theme of the Open Source Backup Conference is the development and application of open source sofware solutions for data backup. The conference agenda covers the latest developments, conveys strategic knowledge and presents empirical reports as well as best practices, case studies and technical background. Apart from that, three hands-on workshops on September 25 are offered!
Have a look at this great talk from Philipp Storz and Maik Aussendorf about the Bareos Release 16.2 and the Roadmap 2017
Today we want to say a big thank you to our Sponsors and Media Partners, without whose support the OSDC would not be possible this way. This year, we’re happy to cooperate with Linux Magazin, Admin Magazine and Thomas Krenn!
We look forward to another successful cooperation in the upcoming years.
From 16.-18. May 2017, the Open Source Data Center Conference will take place in Berlin.
After fixing the hands-on workshops on the first day of the conference, our program is beginning to take shape. Most of our speakers are fixed, so take a look, what awaits you this year.
There will be some great talks on the topics CONTAINERS, INFRASTRUCTURE AS CODE, INTEGRATION and DEPLOYMENT.
The program will be completed within the next few days.
As usual, there will be a relaxed evening event to meet each other in a casual setting.
As always, we are especially grateful to our sponsors, without whose continued support this conference would not be possible.
There’s the Thomas.Krenn AG who supported our conferences for many years now, and we’re happy to know, that they’re sponsoring this year’s OSDC again.
Furthermore we thank the Admin Magazine as well as the Linux Magazin for our media partnership.
We proudly present our first speakers who will give interesting talks on topics concerning Open Source Data Center solutions.
We’re happy to welcome
- Seth Vargo (HashiCorp) | Modern Secrets Management with Vault
- Mandi Walls (Chef) | Building Security Into Your Workflow with InSpec
- Colin Charles (Percona) | Lessons from database failures
- Monica Sarbu (Elastic) | Collecting the right data to monitor your infrastructure
- Graylog – Centralized Log Management
- Mesos Marathon – Orchestrating Docker Containers
- Terraform – Infrastructure as code
The workshops will be held in a small group, to guarantee an optimal training effect to our attendees. So it is therefore recommended to get your tickets as early as possible.
Be part of the OSDC in Berlin – The conference on application of open source software in data centers and huge IT environments.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you!