September 13th, 2019

  University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt, Germany

OPENRHEINMAIN 2019

Conference for Open Source and Emerging Digital Technologies

About OpenRheinMain Conference

University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt, Red Hat, and Accenture invite you to a conference on New IT within the Open Source ecosystem.

You should consider attending OpenRheinMain 2019 if you are

  • A developer or technology architect
  • An IT consultant
  • An IT student or a teacher from an IT university/faculty
  • Or simply an IT enthusiast interested in the latest trends in Open Source and New IT

OpenRheinMain 2019 has NO REGISTRATION FEE for participation at the conference.

Language of the conference is English.

Program

TimeEvent
08:30 - 09:15

Registration + Breakfast (Coffee)

Room C10/Glaskasten (Ground floor)

09:15 - 09:30

Conference Opening

Michael von Rüden

Stefan T. Ruehl

Hochschule Darmstadt - Department of Computer Science

Rooms C20/3 and C20/4

09:30 - 10:00

1st Keynote: The Digital Dilemma – How does the „Digital City Darmstadt“ cope with it

Arnd Steinmetz

Hochschule Darmstadt

Rooms C20/3 and C20/4

10:15 - 10:45

2nd Keynote: Open-Source

Jan Wildeboer

RedHat

Rooms C20/3 and C20/4

10:45 - 11:00Change of rooms
11:00 - 12:10

Road to Kubernetes

Tim Stoffel

Engineering Methods AG

Room C20/3

Extending the Kubernetes API with Custom Resource Definitions

Andreas Knapp

Accenture

Room C20/3

FreeBSD is not a Linux Distro

Benedict Reuschling

FreeBSD Foundation

Hochschule Darmstadt

Room C20/4

Melting together OpenStack, RHV and OpenShift to run Mode 1 and Mode 2 side-by-side

Joachim von Thadden

RedHat

Room C20/4

When Blockchain is not the Answer

Joel Aihende

Accenture

Room C10/9.01

Industry X.0 Applied Now – Practical Application of Manufacturing Architecture

Roberto Parlanti

Ana Jerez Martin

Accenture

Room C10/9.01

The Internet of Things with ESP8266

Nicklas Knell

cosee

C10/11.02

Data Science and Microservices: Architectural decisions on the way to fast and flexible data analytics

Oxana Lapteva

droxIT

C10/11.02

Conversational Interfaces using Dialogflow

Adrian Hawlitschek

Clickbar

C10/11.03

Docs-as code: arc42, AsciiDoc, Gradle & Co. combined

Ralf D. Müller

DB Systel

C10/11.03

12:10 - 13:30

Lunch

Room C10/Glaskasten

13:30 - 14:00

3rd Keynote: Quantum Applied Now

Matthias Ziegler

Accenture

Rooms C20/3 and C20/4

14:00 - 14:15Change of rooms
14:15 - 15:30

Databases on Kubernetes: Why you should care

Denis Rosa

Couchbase

Room C20/3

The Power of Mesh: Service Meshes to Orchestrate Microservices

Markus Zimmermann

cosee

Room C20/3

Avoiding vendor lock-in in a highly concentrated cloud market

Christina Kraus

Mesh Cloud

Room C20/4

Beyond Cloud: A road trip into AWS and back to bare metal

Torsten B. Köster

Freelancer

Room C20/4

The Event-Driven UI: Bridging the Gap

Kevin Bader

Accenture

Room C10/9.01

Flutter SDK - Modern Hybrid App Development

Tobias Pritsch

cosee

Room C10/9.01

Workshop: Getting started with Red Hat Identity Manager (Part 1)

Dennis Deitermann

RedHat

C10/11.02

Bring your own laptop!

Workshop: Quantum Computing (Part 1)

Tim Leonhardt

Accenture

C10/11.03

Bring your own laptop!

15:30 - 16:00

Coffee break

Room C10/Glaskasten

16:00 - 17:15

Ansible Best Practices

Roland Wolters

RedHat

Room C20/3

The First Decade of DevOps – A Journey Through Tremendous Changes in IT

Konstantin Diener

cosee

Room C20/3

Security - more than an operations topic

Alexander Reelsen

Spinscale

Room C20/4

Automating Security in CI/CD Pipelines

Sebastian Biehler

Andre König

Tommaso Nuccio

DB Systel

Room C20/4

Fascinate with OpenData

Bernhard Humm

Hochschule Darmstadt

Room C10/9.01

Visual Text Analytics for Technology and Innovation Management

Kawa Nazemi

Dirk Burkhardt

Hochschule Darmstadt

Room C10/9.01

Discovery and Analysis of Process Models: A Case Study

Oliver Skroch

Markus Hombrecher

Hochschule Darmstadt

Room C10/9.01

Workshop: Getting started with Red Hat Identity Manager (Part 2)

Dennis Deitermann

RedHat

C10/11.02

Bring your own laptop!

Workshop: Quantum Computing (Part 2)

Tim Leonhardt

Accenture

C10/11.03

Bring your own laptop!

17:15 - 17:30Change of rooms
17:30 - 17:45

Wrap-Up

Michael von Rüden

Stefan T. Ruehl

Hochschule Darmstadt - Department of Computer Science

Rooms C20/3 and C20/4

17:45 - 19:30

Snacks, networking, and drinks

Room C10/Glaskasten

Organizers, Partners and Sponsors

Organizer

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Contact Us

Hochschule Darmstadt
Fachbereich Informatik
Schöfferstraße 3
64295 Darmstadt