October 23-24, 2017


Hotel NH Ventas, Madrid 28028


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Project and Community

THE COMMUNITY EVENT OF OPENNEBULA / discussing real needs and use cases

OpenNebula is the open-source platform of choice in the converged data centre, providing a simple, albeit flexible and powerful, cloud manager that supports traditional IT features and the dynamic provisioning of modern enterprise cloud. With thousands of deployments, OpenNebula has a very wide user base that includes leading companies in banking, technology, telecom and hosting, and research.

OpenNebula Conferences are education events that serve as a meeting point of cloud users, developers, administrators, integrators and researchers, featuring talks with experiences and use cases. They also include tutorials, lightning talks, and hacking sessions that provide an opportunity to discuss burning ideas, and meet face to face to discuss development. Previous speakers include Santander Bank, CentOS, European Space Agency, Akamai, FermiLab, Puppet, Red Hat, BlackBerry, Telefonica, Akamai, Runtastic, Unity, Citrix…

featured speakers / the open cloud experts.... more in a few days

Armin Deliomini

Infrastructure Architect, Runtastic

Lodewijk De Schuyter

Middleware Developer at Department for Environment and Spacial Planning, Ministry of the Flemish Community

Paul Batchelor

Infrastructure Specialist at BlackBerry

Perry Manuk

Operations Engineer, Trivago

attend / limited seats, register ASAP!

Attendee Registration Fee is €240 through September 20th, and €300 thereafter. The agenda will include training sessions (afternoon October 23rd), and hands-on and community sessions (October 24th) with technical keynotes and presentations featuring experiences, best practices and cases studies.

Ticket includes:

  • Attendance at all conference sessions
  • Coffee break during the morning and afternoon breaks
  • Lunch on the main conference day (October 23rd)
  • Dinner event (October 24th)
  • WiFi access

The special rates for accommodation at the venue hotel (deadline for reservation is 9 September 2017) are €102,98 and €114,88 for single and double room (breakfast included) respectively. For reservation, call to +34 91 361 02 88 or send an email to with group number 27618848.

There is an OpenNebula Training event in Madrid after the conference if you want to learn more about OpenNebula and cloud computing, or get the OpenNebula certification.

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agenda / the power to know more

Like previous editions, this edition focuses on educational contents, keynotes and short presentations by community members to keep all the audience focused and interested.

Event Location

Hotel NH Ventas
Calle Biarritz 2
28028 Madrid, Spain

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