OpenNMS Workshop Jersey UK 26 September 2014

Eventbrite - OpenNMS Introduction - Jersey Digital Hub

Title: Introduction to OpenNMS

We will be running an Introduction to OpenNMS at the Jersey Digital hub in St Helier on 26th September. This includes a free snack lunch for those who register. Alternatively just turn up.

Time

26th September 2014 at 12.10 (Lunch) Finish by 13.30

Location

Block 3,
The Forum,
Grenville Street,
St Helier,
JE2 4UF
Tel: 01534 789 333

Target Audience

CIO's / Data Centre managers
Telecoms or IT network managers
Sys Admins or anyone interested in managing IT/Datacoms infrastructure

We will also be attending the Jersey Hackathon over the weekend. For more details please contact cgallen@opennms.org

Abstract

OpenNMS (www.opennms.org) is an advanced service and network management platform with over 10 years of development entirely as an Open Source project written in Java. It is used by organisations around the world to manage large and small networks and also to manage application infrastructures. In the UK its users include BT, Zen Internet, TMX Atrium, Loughborough University and Arqiva. The platform is also embedded by vendors such as Juniper Networks who have embed it in Junos Space.

In this talk Craig will give an overview and demo of the latest key features of OpenNMS and explain how it can be used to significantly improve your IT Service Assurance no matter what the size of your organisation. He will cover the future roadmap and explain how OpennMS is increasingly raising the bar against considerably more expensive closed source solutions.

Bio

Dr Craig Gallen has worked for many years in the field of Network Management and was a product manager for Nortel Networks. His doctoral research into the use of open source network management solutions in service providers lead him to become a committer to the OpenNMS project. He now evangelises for the OpenNMS project and provides OpenNMS consultancy through his own company entimOSS Limited which is the UK partner of the OpenNMS group in the USA. For more information please see opennms.co.uk