Growing business demands – ranging from web to mobile, big data to end-user services – are forcing IT to change. Every part of the organization needs scalable and responsive IT systems that don’t hinder innovation, and has to be fast and flexible to support ever growing workloads. With the rules of business changing, enterprises have to be ready to do more – while still cutting costs.
Open Source Conference is the largest conference on Enterprise Open Source & IT Innovation in the Benelux. The 6th edition this conference will be happening on December 6th and will focus on the latest and most important trends such as Cloud, Big Data, Mobile and Digital.
The conference will educate and empower you to benefit of the open source technology solutions – ranging from delivering innovative and open IT services to cost savings and staying competitive. Senior international speakers will give their global perspective on key innovations and technology trends in the key areas to the attendees at the conference.
Main focus of the conference agenda will be on business as well as technical sessions, client cases and demonstrations that focus on Cloud, Big Data, Mobile and Social, among others. Multiple sessions on topics such as OpenShift, Business Analytics, Storage and Security are also part of the conference agenda.
In fact, the attendees will have the unique opportunity of discussing their challenges and IT issues with important players on the open source market and network with their peers.
Below are the keynote sessions which you should not miss!
You can find the complete conference agenda here!
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Innovative companies continue to look for ways to deliver business value by accelerating time to market, improving application performance, and reducing the staff time needed for many routine ongoing management and support activities. Learn how you can do that and more in this Integrated Systems Analyst Paper from the IDC.