The title of this year’s Open Source Camp (OSCamp) tells it all: We want your backup stories! And ideally you tell them on stage. This time we focus on the Open Source backup software Bareos. Together with the Bareos company we invite you to share your expertise.
Call for Papers open
Call for Papers is open until March 30, 2020! Share your technical insights into Bareos and offer administrators new impulses for data backup, archiving and recovery. Each presentation is scheduled for 45 minutes, including a 5 to 10-minute Q&A session. Submit your paper at opensourcecamp.de!
The OSCamp on Bareos is where the community, Bareos users and developers meet – it’s an opportunity to talk to like-minded people and share expertise – as a speaker on stage, or as attendee during discussions and breaks.
What is OSCamp all about?
Open Source Camp is a conference format dedicated to changing Open Source projects and products and of course their communities.
The one-day event comprises expert presentations and tutorials on technical backgrounds, insights into the latest developments, how-tos, as well as future trends and perspectives. Focusing on advanced topics, the international addresses experienced administrators and systems engineers.
Get in touch with the Open Source enthusiasts behind the presented projects. Learn new features and techniques, benefit from their extensive know-how and get up-dated on the latest developments.
Bareos (Backup Archiving Recovery Open Sourced) provides an enterprise-level open source platform that preserves, archives and restores data from all major operating systems. The cross-network software protects your most critical data on-premises and in the cloud, including Enterprise Storage Systems.
Bareos offers NDMP support, LTO hardware encryption, bandwidth management, and a sophisticated scheduler that increases the level of automation.
OSCamp #5 on Bareos takes place directly after stackconf, on June 19, 2020, in Berlin. More about stackconf at stackconf.eu! This is your chance to join two outstanding Open Source events in one week!
More information and tickets at opensourcecamp.de.