OW2, the global open source community for open source infrastructure software and applications platforms, today announces the programme of its annual conference OW2con'13. “Open Source Collaborative Innovation, The Way Forward”, the theme of OW2con'13, is a testimonial to the role of open source strategies in the IT industry. Increasingly complex and multi-technology innovations require increasingly cooperative approaches between stakeholders of different origins.
Over 40 speakers, all experts will outline the state of the art in areas such as Open Cloud, Data on Cloud and Future Internet. The programme showcases OW2 project success stories with enterprise information systems and new projects added to the code base since last year's conference.
Special guest this year, Anna Nietyksza of the
New this year, two roundtables. The first will discuss the Benefits and Challenges of Integrating Open Source components and the second Hybrid Clouds: How to Get the Best of Both Worlds?
The first day of the conference is dedicated to collaborative projects meetups: the Open Source Cloudware initiative convention on open cloud with projects OpenCloudware and OCEAN, the CHOReOS workshop, and the RISCOSS convention on managing adoption of open source software.
“Once again this year the OW2 community is putting together a world-class conference programme,” says OW2 CEO
OW2con'13 is sponsored by Inria, Orange,
Thanks to its sponsors, the conference is once again free of charge and everyone is welcome. Registration is open at: http://ow2.org/view/OW2con-2013/register. More information on the conference website: http://www.ow2.org/OW2Con-2011/.
OW2 is an independent industry community dedicated to developing open source code infrastructure (middleware and generic applications) and to fostering a vibrant community and business ecosystem.
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