About the conference
The Open Source Monitoring Conference – OSMC – is the worldwide leading professional event on Open Source monitoring solutions.
This annual meeting of international OS specialists is the place where future trends and objectives are set. Take the chance to meet and engage with the Open Source community, learn new techniques, exchange knowledge and discuss with leading developers. Well known specialists will be ready to answer your questions and provide the full scope of the latest developments in OS monitoring.
The four-day event comprises 3 presentations tracks on 2 days (Nov 06 to 07), technical workshops on Nov 05 and the hackathon directly following the lecture program, on Nov 08.
Visit the conference archive for impressions of previous events.
Call for Papers
Call for Papers runs until June 30, 2018.
Register your interest in presenting at the Open Source Monitoring Conference 2018!
Grab your Ticket now!
Join us in Nuremberg and be part of an extraordinary Open Source event!
Early Bird rates available until June 30, 2018
Hotel and Travel
The conference hotel “Holiday Inn Nürnberg” is located in the immediate vicinity of the medieval Nuremberg Old Town.
Register and book your room using the registration form. Book in time to secure your stay at the conference hotel, as the rooms will be sold out!
Training & Community
Take part in one of the pre-conference training classes on Nov 5, 2018.
To ensure in-depth knowledge transfer the number of participants is limited. All workshops will beheld from 10 am to 5 pm at the conference venue.
Please note: The workshops are currently compiled. Following up the page content is updated.
On November 8, 2018 everyone is invited to get together and collaborate on new open source projects. Participate in the “OSMC-Hackathon” and make your ideas come true!
Want to get an impression of former Open Source Monitoring Conferences? Check out our conference archive!
Here you can find all recorded presentations, the slide decks and photos since the beginning in 2006. Have fun browsing through the past!