The OpenNMS Users Conference for 2013 is schedule to take place at the University of Fulda in Germany 12-15 March. This is the first event sponsored by the independent OpenNMS Foundation created to promote, improve and preserve the OpenNMS Project. OpenNMS is the world’s first enterprise-grade network management application platform, and as such it has […]
Tarus Balog, one of the maintainers of OpenNMS, will be presenting at this year’s Ohio Linuxfest. The OpenNMS Group is sponsoring the conference as well as bringing renown nerdcore hip-hop artist MC Frontalot to perform at Saturday’s after party. Read more about it on Tarus’s blog.
The third annual OpenNMS Users Conference – Europe will be held in Fulda, Germany (just outside of Frankfurt) on Thursday and Friday, 26-27 May 2011. This year we are trying something new. The first day will be an intense seminar on installing and using OpenNMS taught by Tarus Balog, a maintainer of the OpenNMS Project […]
The OpenNMS Group is happy to announce that the popular OpenNMS Training Course courses will be available the week of 9 May 2011. Please check out the website for full details, and hope to see you there.
Tarus Balog, a maintainer of the OpenNMS project and the CEO of the OpenNMS Group, will be the opening keynote speaker and the first ever Indiana LinuxFest on 26 March 2011. The topic is: Why We Can’t All Get Along (And Why This Is A Good Thing) The open source world covers a huge spectrum […]
The OpenNMS Group is happy to announce that the popular Basic and Advanced Training courses will be available the week of 20 September 2010. Please check out the website for full details, and hope to see you there.
OpenNMS is a Gold Sponsor this year of the popular Ohio LinuxFest conference to be held in Columbus, Ohio the weekend of 10-12 September. Come on out and visit the OpenNMS booth to meet some of the people who make the project possible.
The fifth annual Dev-Jam OpenNMS developers conference will be held at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus the week of July 26th. Over 20 developers from six countries are expected to spend a week focused on the goal of making OpenNMS the de facto network management application platform of choice.