Secure your spot until September 25!
Secure your spot until September 25!
Why joining #OpenSourceLx?
This 15th edition will offer a full-day event for business professionals and tech enthusiasts with a special interest for Open Source technologies and new ways to drive digital business transformation.
Under the theme ‘Open your business to digital transformation’, participants will learn how disruptive startups to Fortune 500 companies are leveraging Open Source technologies to power digital transformation.
Keep up with the latest Open Source trends and news in business!
Inspiring Speakers will share their knowledge and experience towards Open Source projects.
Register here until September 25!
Eduardo Taborda @Syone
Paulo Pena @Público
Digital dependency is a threat to Europe, but it’s also a challenge and a huge opportunity for the European IT sector to improve and reinvent itself.
This talk will present the facts and figures on several European countries, showing trends and ‘lock-ins’. As the output from a conjoint research by 9 journalists on the ‘Investigate Europe’ project, it shows the existing dependency and raises alerts and questions on the associated risks.
Gijs Hillenius @Open Source Observatory (OSOR.eu)
This talk presents the critical success factors for open source implementations in public services. Combining practical examples from across Europe, the presentation gives public services and stakeholders a toolkit to increase the uptake of free and open source software.
This actionable model is based on the major results of the European Commission's Open Source Observatory and Repository (OSOR.eu) project.
Ricardo Pedrosa @Syone
Customers face today’s increasing complex heterogeneous environments to support their business based on different technologies, either on private or public infrastructures/clouds.
There’s not only one technology or platform that fits all use cases and therefore, the strategy chosen will be extremely important and will have a big impact on the future of the companies. A hybrid cloud roadmap will allow them to support their heterogeneity in an integrated way, providing the required services to all stakeholders of the infrastructure.
Karsten Gerloff @Free Software Foundation Europe
For most companies, the Free Software community is the single biggest source of software components. Yet incidents such as Heartbleed have highlighted a serious lack of investment in many of the Free Software components that businesses rely on every day.
How can companies make sure that critical Free Software projects will thrive in the long term? How can your company move away from mining FOSS for value, and towards helping it thrive? We will discuss how you can estimate the value that your company is getting from Free Software, and how you can make this value flow sustainable through strategic choices and targeted investment.
João Tedim @Microsoft & Michael Castro @SUSE
Open, interoperable, hybrid, automated and software-defined are the key principles of a modern datacenter. This session will focus on how to build a future-ready datacenter with SUSE and Microsoft’s joint solutions, resulting from a successful over a decade partnership.
1000+ SUSE and Microsoft shared customers and enterprises benefit from a focus on interoperability, innovation, and high-performance solutions. With partners and communities, we innovate, adapt and deliver secure open source technologies to create solutions for mixed enterprise IT environments.
SUSE provides seamless integration of open source software with Microsoft Azure services, for customers that maintain build and mission-critical applications on the cloud. Customers gain greater choice and flexibility required for hybrid cloud environments, with certified workloads, unified system management, 24x7 Linux support from SUSE, plus support for enterprise applications from Microsoft and SUSE.
Matias Cascallares @Elastic
Businesses today need to analyze increasing amount data, in real time. Elasticsearch, an open source real time search and analytics engine, is helping companies like Uber, Verizon, Netflix, Goldman Sachs and eBay to boost their analytics capabilities to unprecedented levels.
In this session we will explore the Elastic Stack technological features and industry-specific use cases.
Sérgio Silva @Conselho Superior da Magistratura
The Digital Transformation at CSM started with the IUDEX platform development. This platform was 100% developed using Open Source Software and assures all the Magistrates management as well as all the CSM’s procedural and documentary management.
All the source code was created by the CSM. The platform uses distinctive technologies such as PHP, MariaDb, Ubuntu, SUSE, Docker, BootStrap , Git, etc. Some mobile applications, for example, allow to check their holidays, ask for a waiver services, etc.
The system has about 3.000 users and, besides the judges, has also been used by most of the Courts.
Frank Siebert @Trinuts GmbH
How can OSS projects be successful - especially in a proprietary environment and with reluctant or even antipathetic people? More than with other ITC projects one have to take a very close look at technical, organizational and political aspects which influence not only the success, but also the sustainability of OSS solutions on the long run.
By examples taken over the last 15 years in different projects the key factors are discussed and are compressed into a roadmap for dealing successfully with OSS projects.
Carlos Coutinho @Caixa Mágica
"Industrie 4.0" is the name of a German initiative that established the foundations and trends for the modernisation of industry as we know it. Caixa Mágica is currently working on two major projects for H2020 (European Comission Horizon 2020) which are tied with the program for Factories of the Future.
This talk explains the basic topics that relate to the new wave of innovation for industry and manufacturing, and shows how it is closely involved with Open Source development, and the ideas, frameworks and assets that Caixa Mágica is developing and providing for supporting the Open Source communities to start working in this area and embrace this challenge.
Jorge Palma @Microsoft
DevOps & Containerization are red hot topics in the industry today. DevOps has emerged as one of the main driving factors of IT innovation in organizations of any size and containers can play a big role in that part.
In this session we’re going to briefly discuss why is this transformation happening and what it means for enterprises. We’ll also take a look at how Azure and some of the most popular Open Source DevOps tools are unlocking the potential of IT organizations of any size, enabling them to power their organization’s innovation.
Raúl Oliveira @IPBRICK
The majority of vendors are moving its on premises solutions to public cloud shared solutions. So today, when a company wants to keep the ownership of its ICT solutions, because it considers privacy, confidentiality and security a must, it does not have many options in the market at affordable prices. Public Cloud solutions now cost the same of on premises legacy solutions, and Private Cloud solutions are, in fact, too expensive.
This is when Open Source gets back in business again. With Open Source, we can now offer Private Cloud solutions, non shared, at lower costs than the shared ones. The case study, that will be presented, explains how a customer decided to choose an Open Source solution to have Unified Communications with Call Center, for more than 500 users distributed by six facilities.
Ricardo Pedrosa @Syone
Ceph Storage is an open source platform that offers storage for the cloud helping businesses to simplify and significantly decrease the cost of managing exponential data growth. Overwhelmingly preferred for OpenStack installations, Ceph is one of the fastest-growing open source projects. It offers enterprises this same popular software-defined and massively scalable storage technology, integrated and supported for production use.
Ceph Storage can serve modern workloads and adapt to changing demands, while avoiding proprietary lock-in.
Sérgio Seabra @Red Hat
Automation? Managing complex deployments? Centralized IT infrastructure on a dashboard? Everything is possible using Ansible Tower.
In this session, we will cover the basis of Ansible Tower and its UpStream version, take a look on the User Interface and, last but not least, create and execute playbooks.
Mario Beck @MySQL
MySQL is the most popular open-source database in the world and has been downloaded and/or distributed by MySQL sites over 100 million times. With its outstanding speed, reliability, and ease of use, MySQL has become the preferred choice for Web, SaaS, ISV, and telecom companies like Facebook, Uber, Paypal and many others.
In this short overview we will highlight some of the MySQL use cases and will look at how booking.com use MySQL today.
Henrique Necho @GDPR Consultant
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) due to come into effect on 25 May 2018, provides a modernised, accountability-based compliance framework for data protection in Europe. It will apply to all private and public organizations that process personal data (other than judicial, police and criminal investigation authorities).
An accountable organization must have in place appropriate technical and organisational measures that promote good practices which, taken as a whole, constitutes a privacy management and protection program (the 'Privacy Program'). There’s not a 'one-size-fits-all' solution since that will depends on the complexity and risk factors associated to each organization.
The implementation of an effective ‘Privacy Program’ will be the cornerstone for alignment and compliance with the provisions of the GDPR.
This talk will walk you through a ‘Privacy Program’ roadmap, that you will need to comply with GDPR.
Raúl Oliveira @ESOP
Eduardo Taborda @Syone
Celso Santos @Syone
Introduction to Couchbase Server, an open source, distributed, NoSQL document-oriented database. Learn how everyone from disruptive startups to Fortune 500 companies are employing NoSQL to power their mission-critical web, mobile and IoT applications in the Digital Economy.
David Pilato @Elastic
How do you mix SQL and NoSQL worlds without starting a messy revolution? This live coding talk will show you how to add Elasticsearch to your legacy application without changing all your current development habits. Your application will have suddenly have advanced search features, all without the need to write complex SQL code!
David will start from a RestX, Hibernate and Postgresql/MySQL based application and will add a complete integration of Elasticsearch, all live from the stage during his presentation.
Ricardo Fiel @Microsoft
Reliably run your mission critical SAP and other workloads on the cloud platform built for enterprises. Rest assured that your scalability, flexibility, and compliance needs are met with Azure. With the expanded partnership between Microsoft and SAP, run a broad array of SAP applications across dev-test and production scenarios in Azure—and be fully supported.
In this session, we’ll deploy SAP to Azure using SUSE Linux and understand how to ensure maximum uptime and performance.
Víctor Martínez Calvo @ReactOS Foundation
ReactOS is an open source operating system able to run Windows software and drivers natively. For such, the ReactOS operating system has been created from scratch mimicking the Windows NT architecture. ReactOS is achieving daily new levels of compatibility and recently awarded as finalist in the OpenAwards'17 as the "Best IT Community". Pretty lightweight, and with a friendly user interface, ReactOS becomes a new actor in the open source world helping institutions and companies to save costs, ease migrations, and move towards an open source environment.
During the talk we'll be showing not just the latest changes but a real demo of what's ReactOS able to do nowadays.
"An excellent opportunity to understand companies positioning towards Open Source technologies."
TIAGO MONTES, PROMPTAR
"A great event to keep up with the latest Open Source trends, which are in continuous evolution!"
PAULA JOAQUIM, MINISTRY OF JUSTICE
"The largest and most important Open Source event in Portugal. Attending is a must."
NADIA GUERREIRO, JAVALI