OSI is Back to Enrich the Open Source World again
Open Source India Conference going to take place at NIMHANS convention center Bengaluru
By: EFY Group
The thirteenth edition of Open Source India, popularly known as OSI-D, is going to take place on 21st and 22nd October at NIMHANS Convention Center, Bengaluru.
Over the two days, more than over 65 industry and community experts will cover various facets of open source technology including cloud, Big Data, database, mobile app development, Web app development, IT infrastructure, as well as the latest buzzword - IoT. The will also be a session for IT implementers to come and share their success stories with open source implementations at their respective organizations. In short, there will be more than eight workshops for IT developers and implementers (these have limited seats and can be availed on a first-come-first-
The brilliant and eminent speakers at OSI 2016 includes the likes of Andrew Aitken (GM and global open source practice leader, Wipro Technologies)
Ramesh Chopra, Executive Chairman of Electronics For You Group, which is organizing OSI Days, said, "We are delighted to see this show developing into a great bridge between the open source industry and the community. We are thankful to all those in industry and the community, who attend OSI and help us in making this show a great success. Every year, we see passionate professionals participating in the show, and ending up not only with greater awareness but also with promising job and business opportunities."
Every year, several IT managers, technology heads, CXOs, entrepreneurs, students, system administrators and government officials along with business and technology decision-makers, attend this event. Started as LinuxAsia in 2004, before being renamed Open Source India Days, this event has been forefront in bringing together the open source industry and the community since its inception. The thirteenth edition of OSI, aims to take this event a notch higher by focusing on the open source ecosystem in Asia and more specifically, in India.
The ever increasing user base of open source software clearly indicates the exponential growth it is going to see in the future in terms of IT implementations and in the impending demand for open source experts. So, enthusiasts can grab this brilliant opportunity to come closer to the open source industry. For more information log on to http://www.OpenSourceIndia.in (http://www.osidays.com/)