Nagios to sponsor MISC.conf and OSCON conferences in Minnesota and Texas

Nagios is hitting the road this spring to attend and sponsor two conferences, locally and nationally.

TMISC.conf logohe first stop is at MISC.conf, located in St. Paul, Minn. from May 14-15, 2016. The conference, hosted by Minnesota Information Security Community Inc., brings together attendees interested in computers, information security, tinkering and other miscellany. The two-day conference features presentations on topics ranging from threat intel to Windows security.

Following MISC.conf, Nagios is headed down to Austin, Texas for OSCON, from May 16-19, 2016. OSCON brings together developers, innovators, businesspeople, and investors around open source technologies. The conference features events from an Austin 5K City Tour Glow Fun Run/Walk to a booth crawl, and hundreds of presentations on all things open source.

OSCON Logo“As a St. Paul-based company that was built out of the open source tradition, both MISC.conf and OSCON resonate with Nagios Enterprises,” says Nagios Chief Technology Officer Scott Wilkerson. “We’re happy to help sponsor conferences that help bring these important communities together.”


Attendees at MISC.conf and OSCON should keep an eye out for the Nagios booth and our team members, who are ready to hand out Nagios swag and prizes.


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