Enterprise Open Source Conference 2018

by | Apr 24, 2018

This Thursday, April 26, the Goya Theater in Madrid will host the Enterprise Open Source Conference. This fourth edition of the event will focus on showing how the use of open technologies in companies favors transformation and business growth, as well as the increase in new opportunities for the future.

In the Keynotes, they will talk about how Open Source solutions are becoming the standard of the IT industry, and the freedom they provide for businesses to grow without limits. In addition, there will be success stories from companies that use these open technologies, and that are already achieving their objectives.

Experts in Open Source will give the keys to current technological trends such as automation, Big Data, cloud, containers, DevOps, IA, security … Attendees can enjoy presentations on topics such as Openshift Container Platform in Azure,New platforms for DevOps and Software-Defined environments, or From data to knowledge: A journey to automatic learning with Google.

More information and registration in the official website of the event.



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