OpenInfra Days Nordics is a fantastic opportunity to meet with one of the largest open source communities in the world. If you are a student and have an interest for open source development in general and open infrastructure in particular – this is the place to be!
What you will learn
The 2-day program offers a wide range of presentations and educational opportunities. For instance, you can learn more about cloud strategy and business case development as well as operational best practices and technical deep dives.
In addition to getting to know one of the largest open source communities in the world, you will get some key insights from the core of the OpenStack and other open infrastructure projects. Additionally, you’ll hear the success stories and technical briefs, take part in the workshops and learn more about future development plans by users of the platforms.
Who you will meet
This event is a platform for collaboration and discussion in the Nordic Open Infrastructure community. In conclusion, this is where you will find many of the experts, partners, customers, vendors and most importantly, employers, in the nordic region.
What your ticket grants
Your Student ticket gives you access to both event days.
The first day, October 2, is focused on education with a selection of workshops. It’s technical, casual and fully focused on training.
The second day is the conference day. On this day the event offers keynotes, breakout sessions and a marketplace where our sponsors will exhibit their products and solutions. Who knows, maybe this is where you’ll meet your future employer!
Food and drinks are included during both days and this is a fantastic chance to learn from the dedicated users of the platforms we all love.
One more thing – The South West Community Corner
We are determined to make this event an extraordinary meeting place for the Nordic open infrastructure community. The Southwest Community Corner serves to recognise all of the hard working community teams, charitable organisations and student projects in the open source space.
The (actual) Southwest corner of the marketplace will give a total of 8 charitable organisations, community project teams and student projects a chance to exhibit at the event for free!
In contrast to the sponsorship packages which are sold on a first come, first served basis, these opportunities are applied for. They are then reviewed and approved by the advisory team on a first come, first served basis. Exhibitors to the Southwest Community Corner will be selected continuously.
Do you have a student project that you’d like to demonstrate and show off in our marketplace?