OSMC 2021 approaches more and more and we’re excited to announce that the conference program is now set. You can expect 2 days with a total of 30 lecture sessions by well-known open source experts. The 2021 edition o fthe event will sum up the current state of the art in open source monitoring and give you as a community member the chance to meet again since 2019. Doesn’t that sound great?
… and check out these three folks to set the mood for OSMC!
PHILIPP KRENN – On the Bleeding Edge of Open Telemetry
Tracing and telemetry are popular topics right now, but the development is so quick that it also confuses:
Starting with OpenTracing, then W3C Trace-Context, and now OpenTelemetry there are plenty of standards, but what do or don’t they cover?
How do the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and its projects like Jaeger play into that.
Where is OpenTelemetry headed, and how can projects tie into it?
PETER ZAITSEV – Advanced MySQL optimization and roubleshooting using PMM 2
Optimizing MySQL performance and troubleshooting MySQL problems are two of the most critical and challenging tasks for MySQL DBA’s. The databases powering your applications need to be able to handle changing traffic workloads while remaining responsive and stable so that you can deliver an excellent user experience. Further, DBA’s are also expected to find cost-efficient means of solving these issues. In this presentation, we will demonstrate the advanced options of PMM version 2 that enables you to solve these challenges, which is built on free and open-source software.
TOBIAS BERDIN & STEPHAN SCHMIDT – Thola – A tool for monitoring and provisioning network devices
Thola is a new open source tool for reading, monitoring and provisioning network devices. We will inform about the current state of development as well as planned features, including reading out inventory, configuring network devices, support for other monitoring systems and many more. It serves as a unified interface for communication with network devices and features a check mode which complies with the monitoring plugins development guidelines.
Now it’s your turn
Besides seeing the exact date, time and topic of each presentation you also have the option to add your favourite talks to your personal calendar. This way you can be sure to receive a reminder for your most preferred presentations. So what are you waiting for? Have a look at our agenda and select your personal highlights!
Workshop & Hackathon
If you want to dive even deeper into open source monitoring just register for this year’s Icinga Workshop or participate in the inspiring OSMC Hackathon following the presentation program on November 11.
What OSMC is all about
The Open Source Monitoring Conference is the annual meeting of international monitoring experts where future trends and perspectives are set. It’s a three-day event that comprises two tracks of expert sessions. On top there’s a hackathon and a workshop on the 3rd conference day. Since the tickets for attending the lecture program are already sold out – due to Corona current restrictions – you still have the possibility to register for the waitinglist. Workshop and Hackathon are still bookable.
We’re looking forward to seeing you in person this autumn on November 9 to 11, in Nuremberg!