The Nagios World Conference™ will be held on May 12th at Bolzano/Italy and is organized by wuerth-phoenix.
The agenda seem interesting and there is the participation of namable speakers such as Nagios founder Ethan Galstad, Nagios Plugin coordinator Ton Voon or the NS Client creator Michael Medin. Moreover, there will be presentations of the new OTRS version and the interaction of OSS monitoring solutions such us Nagios with the integrated CMDB and the Change Management workflow engine.
Finally ntop´s Luca Deri will take an introduction on application latency monitoring using nProbe via NetFlow.
The entry is free, after registration, today i’ve done mine and i’ve received a confirmation email that say that there are still 100 available seats.
This is the full Agenda, that you can also find on the official site
Current And Future Developments In Nagios
Actual happenings and upcoming activities around Nagios
Ethan Galstad, Nagios Founder, President Nagios Enterprises (US)
Open Source Monitoring in larger Enterprises
New Business Approaches and technical Experiences with Nagios
Ton Voon, Nagios Plugin developer, Opsview Technical Architect Opsera Limited (UK)
10.45 Coffe break
Open Source System Management for the University of Bologna
With NetEye an ITIL orientated solution based on Nagios for the oldest Business School of the world
Stefano Benassi – Camillo Toselli, Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna (I)
The new ITIL® V3 Compliant OTRS ITSM 3.0
Efficient IT Service Management in your Data Center
Jens Bothe, Senior Consultant OTRS AG (GER)
12.45-13.45 – Networking lunch
…for a successfull IT Monitoring
From 0 to 3.800 service checks in 3 months. Open Source Monitoring with NetEye by the Fashion Label Diesel
Mauro Vettore, IT-Manager Diesel AG (I)
Application Latency Monitoring with ntop, nProbe and NetFlow
Traffic monitoring on high speed networks
Luca Deri, ntop Founder (I)
15.15 Coffee break
The new Linux Standard DRBD
Real Time Cluster Synchronisation for more Reliability in High Availability Systems
Martin Loschwitz, Consultant Linbit (A)
What´s new in Nagios NS Client
Improvements of the popular plugin for Windows environments
Michael Medin, President NS Client (SWE)
IT Service Management
ITIL: Expectations, Experiences and Application Fields
Matteo De Angelis, itSMF Italy (I)
Best Practice examples of an ITIL Service Management with the Adoption of Open Source tools
Giovanni Belluzzo, InfoCert S.p.A. (I)
- Natron an open source compositing software for linux.
- Yum and repository tools by examples
- Linux Games: Natural Selection 2
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