OSDC 2018 - The Future of OS Data Center Solutions

The program of Open Source Data Center 2018 is set

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Innovative strategies, forward-looking developments and new perspectives in dealing with large data centers are the topics of the Open Source Data Center Conference 2018.

The speakers line-up includes some of the most important representatives of the international open source scene. Meet Mitchell Hashimoto (HashiCorp), Mike Place (SaltStack), Gianluca Arbezzano (InfluxData) and many other well-known OS specialists who present their ideas on the current challenges of complex IT infrastructures.

Trendsetting concepts, spearhead discussions, technical know-how and networking within the open source community have distinguished the Open Source Data Center Conference for many years.

Developers, decision-makers, administrators and IT managers meet here in to catch up on the latest know-how and initiate forward-looking projects. Participants are  introduced to first-hand experiences with OS solutions in order to achieve the best possible individual performance.

The international expert meet-up is one of the leading events on OS data center solutions in Europe. Attracting more than 150 visitors to Berlin every year, the event is firmly established in Berlin. Kick-off will be on the evening of June 11 with an informal get-together of all conference attendees.

Detailed information about OSDC is available via the conference app and the website at www.osdc.de.

Open Source Data Center Conference
June 12 to 13, 2018

Mercure Hotel MOA
Berlin Stephanstrasse 41
D-10559 Berlin
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