OpenExpo Europe is the largest Congress and Professional Fair on IT Innovation in Europe.
June 4th 2020, with more than 3500 attendees of the sector, professionals from all industries, communities, major international companies, decision makers, associations, foundations and institutions, technical profiles, experts and users of all levels to learn about the latest trends, services and tools. Increase the network of contacts, employment opportunities, generate leads and businesses and, know beforehand, all the benefits of open IT innovation.
OpenExpo Europe continues to evolve year after year offering companies the most up-to-date information on business transformation, trends within the IT sector and the latest innovations.
An entire day of conferences, business cases, keynote speakers, practical workshops, round tables, demos and many other activities.
The 7th edition offers a great event for the professionals and technology enthusiast with a special interest in Open Source technologies and the new ways to develop the digital transformation of their business. This edition focuses on the technological innovation. OpenExpo Europe is the mean to inform the international community about the diverse contributions that Open Source and Free Software have within the current and future digital revolutions.
Visitors are encouraged to collaborate, share and learn about a large variety of topics and get to know how the Open Source improves the innovation and the agility in companies to bolster their global transformation and their technological processes.
Rubber Hose attacks are well-known. Getting access to a password or to a physical biometry could be done by easy ways like Ruber Hose Attacks. Due to this, security researches have developed new anti rubber hose identity mechanishims. Here, Chema Alonso will talk about a new one. Base on your “Rubika”.
Lately there has been a lot of presentations on the topic of security and how that is everybody’s job. This presentation is an extensive list of examples when things went the wrong way, all coming from the open source world. I will talk a bit about tools and a few techniques that we use in the Kiwi TCMS project to... Read More
The great technological revolution in which we live has exponentially triggered the generation and consumption of data. How we can control this data and get more value out of it is a challenge that requires the digital transformation of companies. Data governance is part of this digital transformation, and is a cultural change at both the business and technical levels.... Read More
How Zalando applied open source principles internally to foster code sharing and collaboration. Definitely of InnerSource and InnerSource journey at Zalando: challenges, lesson learned and metrics for delivery performance.
Foreman is an open source project allowing easy provisioning and management of hosts across your entire infrastructure – bare metal, virtual or in the cloud. Foreman integrates with configuration management tools such as Puppet and Ansible, allowing powerful capabilities managing hosts once they are provisioned. Through its pluggable architecture, Foreman allows for multiple extensions and integrations with additional services –... Read More