Open Source Conference 2010

Event informatie

Bedrijf: Accenture

Datum: 26 november 2010

Inschrijven voor: 25 november 2010

Type event: Seminar

Doelgroep: IT and business professionals

Bedrijf: Accenture

Dit event heeft reeds plaatsgevonden

After the successful 2nd edition of the Open Source Conference in 2009 in the Amsterdam Arena - Accenture and Red Hat are now organizing the 3rd edition of this annually recurring international event.

As the global enterprises and cloud providers continue to prove, the benefits of using Open Source software go well beyond cost-cutting. Open Source has evolved into an exceptional way to deliver high quality solutions that boost productivity and foster innovation. Next generation web applications rely increasingly on Open Source. See also this Accenture survey on Open Source.

Attending the business driven Open Source Conference 2010 helps you leveraging the value and benefits of Open Source for your greatest competitive advantage, whether you run a development team for a Fortune 500 company, are responsible for Enterprise scale IT-operations or are starting up your business. 

Why should you attend?

Nowhere else will you hear such a comprehensive perspective on the Open Source industry for the Enterprise context. You’ll be able to network with your peers, share strategies and tactics, and hear some of the most current thinking on open source from the top experts in the field.

The objective of this conference is to give participants insight in the latest developments and practical applications of Open Source software in building integrated business solutions. The program will consist of independent keynotes as well as of contributions that are based on real project- and client experiences to demonstrate how using Open Source technology can leverage extensive business value.

Where and when

Where: Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Piet Heinkade 1, 1019 BR  Amsterdam, The Netherlands
When:  Friday November 26th 2010

Registration

You can register for the Open Source Conference 2010 on this page.

Program

The program for this full day event will comprise strong, current and independent presentations by first class speakers and practice experts. Plenary keynotes will be delivered by the Founding Partners (Accenture and Red Hat) and Platinum Sponsors. Breakout sessions will be presented by Gold Sponsors.

Target audience

The Open Source Conference mainly aims at IT Management; IT Professionals and Business Management, including CIO’s and CxO’s; IT managers; Team leads; IT architects and consultants; Developers and Integration specialists; business development professionals and other professionals who are interested in creating business value from Open Source based solutions. Attending the conference is free of charge. Places are limited so register now.

What’s new?

Why go to the Open Source Conference 2010 when you already visited the Open Source Conference 2009?  Most probably you will have noticed at least some of it yourself already: the ongoing change of the landscape in the Open Source world. Several teams have left the playing-field. The market is evolving rapidly. Open Source as a business instrument is maturing. Whereas before the choice for Open Source software was mainly a cost driven one, we now see that this choice is made primarily for quality and innovation reasons.

Event informatie

Bedrijf: Accenture

Datum: 26 november 2010

Inschrijven voor: 25 november 2010

Type event: Seminar

Doelgroep: IT and business professionals

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