What is the Open Source Data Center Conference all about? The Future of Open Source Data Center Solutions The two-day lecture program combines trendsetting concepts, top-level discussions, technical know-how and networking within the open source community to the well-known features of the Open Source Data Center Conference.
Catch up on the latest developments and initiate forward-looking projects. Meet developers, decision-makers, administrators, architects and of course the unique OS community. Benefit from the comprehensive experience of international OS experts and meet a wide range of industry leaders. Get introduced to first-hand experiences with OS solutions to achieve the best possible individual performance.
Simplifying IT Infrastructures with Open Source Covering the entire range of application of OS software in data centers and huge IT environments, the event’s set objective is to provide an outlook on future-oriented developments, point out new perspectives, outline innovative approaches and to give deep insights into state-of-the-art OS data center solutions for complex IT infrastructures.
An essential element of the OSDC is also the opportunity for social networking and community building. The ideal setting to assure this aspect is provided by the informal supporting program. Seize the chance for an extensive exchange of experiences, exciting discussions and conversations with the open source community in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere.
Look forward to exchanging experiences, inspiring meetings and networking with the diverse OSDC audience!
Lectures focusing on a comprehensive technical insight are very appreciated. The participants should have a real benefit by learning about new topics or OSS projects, technical backgrounds, how-tos, etc.
Each presentation is followed by a Q&A session
OSDC Lecture Formats IGNITE TALK Five minutes to talk accompanied by 20 slides, 15 seconds each.
MEDIUM TALK The short lecture format limited to 30 minutes, including a Q&A session.
FULL TALK The long lecture format of 45 minutes, including a Q&A session.