Nagios Conference In Bolzano Italy – May 20th

2010-04-23_italyconfEthan Galstad and other other notable Nagios and OSS Monitoring experts will be among the speakers at the 2010 edition of the Italian Conference on Nagios & OSS Monitoring to be held in Bolzano, Italy on Thursday, May 20th.

Register now for this free event!

The conferences sessions will be hosted by Nagios partner Würth Phoenix and will cover business trends and best practices, along with technical and strategic information. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear about current topics such as Nagios Community development and the strategic positioning and the future plans of Nagios.

In addition to the keynote speeches, a panel discussion will be part of the agenda to highlight the changing market relevance of Nagios and other well known OSS projects.


Who should attend:

We welcome everyone passionate about Open Source, including sys admins, developers, IT managers and entrepreneurs. Entrance to the conference, which includes a networking lunch, is free. For details, including registration information, visit:


Why you should attend:

The Conference is free and you will be able to share experiences, strategies and hear some of the most current Nagios developments from the founder himself. You’ll also meet a lot of friendly and mind liked people there.

Review the agenda:

Watch the video announcement from Ethan:

Register for the event:


Speakers will include:

Ethan Galstad – Founder of Nagios (US)

Jan Josephson – Founder of op5 (SWE)

Michael Medin – Core Developer Nagios Community (SWE/US)

Reinhard Scheck – Cacti Community Europe (GER/US)

Luca Deri – Founder of ntop (IT)

Peter ÖstlinProject leader of Ninja and Merlin (SWE)

Paolo Marani – IT Manager of Savio-Group (I)

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