11. 12. 2013 NetEye Blog Admin EriZone & OTRS, NetEye, ntop

The Open Source System Management Conference 2014

We are proud to officialy announce the sixth edition of the “Open Source System Management Conference” , which will take place on April 10th, 2014 in Bolzano. Held annually, the Conference addresses topics of the greatest relevance and concern to IT professionals active in the area of IT System and Service Management. It is widely considered to be the main conference broaching the issue of Open Source strategies solutions in Italy and for the special topic of System Management also on a European level.

Part of the agenda has already been defined. Among the speakers confirmed by now we find ntop founder Luca Deri, who will give an overview of the Network Monitoring approach with special focus on End User Experience approach – or Michael Medin, who will introduce the new version of NSClient++ for the Windows and Unix monitoring.  Another guest from Sweden, Andreas Ericsson, chief developer of Nagios Core will present the future strategy of the Nagios Core 4 version (which differs from the commercial Nagios Enterprise version).

One highlight of the conference will be without doubt the keynote of John Rakowski from Forrester Research, who will provide concrete examples of the growing Open Source initiatives in the Service Management area also in the commercial environment. The customer now decides according to the needs, security and benefits and no longer driven by ideological criteria, this statement summarizes the opinion of the analyst company. Flavia Marzano, journalist and President of the general states of innovation, will participate by sharing her knowledge and expertise in Open Source based System Management solutions and aiming to respond to the need of Innovation for the Public Administration.

Other surprises will be announced shortly. You can already expect an exciting agenda focused on current technologies and the future trend of Open Source IT System Management solutions.
IT managers, system administrators and anyone interested in the Open Source field can already register at the conference site http://www.wuerth-phoenix.com/events.

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