Enterprise Open Source Conference

by | Jun 12, 2015

The Goya Theatre in Madrid will host next Tuesday 16th the first edition of the Enterprise Open Source Conference, which is, according to the organization, "the first Open Source Conference 100% focused on the business world that takes place in Spain".

Through lectures, workshops, round tables, case studies and demonstrations, thw public will understand why Open Source technologies are gaining ground over proprietary technologies in the enterprises and how they have the IT world abuzz.

In this event, well known experts will analyze topics such as OpenStack, Internet of Things, Software Defined Solutions, DevOps, Big Data, Enterprise Applications, Mobile Strategy and Containers. The analysis will be made from an Open Soruce perspective, since one of the goals of this Conference is to show the advantages that involves working with last generation Open technologies.

This technological event is organized by Red Hat and Accenture and will feature speakers such as Jan Wildeboer, EMEA Open Source Evangelist of Red Hat; Sven Loberg, Global Open Source lead of Accenture or Agustin Gallego Lopez, Director of alliances for Spain and Portugal of Intel Corporation Iberia.

More information and registration on the official website



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