We'll be hearing talks from leading open source developers and web operations luminaries, and then taking what we've learned to apply it towards advancing the state of open source monitoring and trending software.
Because you care about the tools that you work with. You're an artisan within your team and want to help improve the work environment for you and your peers. We've all heard that monitoring sucks, but you want to do something about it.
Definitely. Portland in May is beautiful as the weather warms up and the rain tapers off. Bring a light jacket and prepare to have a great time.
Go get your ticket while they last!
Thank you to everyone who submitted. We had a tremendous response to this call for participation. We'll be reviewing all of the proposals and notifying everyone no later than Feb 15, 2014. If your proposal isn't accepted this time around, please resubmit for our next event.
On Wednesday, May 7 we'll be spending the day hacking on, learning about, and playing with your favorite open source monitoring projects. More details coming soon.
For sponsorship opportunities, or to inquire about custom packages, please email us and we'll be happy to assist you.
Monitorama PDX will be held in the Gerding Theater at The Armory (map), in the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon. The venue is a beautiful space, and also happens to be one of the greenest buildings in America. It's the first theater in the U.S. and the first building on the National Register of Historic Places to achieve a LEED Platinum rating.
Let's go for a run! We'll leave from the venue at 07:30 on Tuesday and head east towards the river, crossing at the Steel Bridge. We'll then follow the Esplanade down to the Hawthorne bridge before coming back across the river. On the west bank, we'll follow the river back up before returning to the venue. The route is actually slightly more than 6K of mostly flat sidewalk pavement. Temperatures will likely hover around 60F; bring a light jacket in case it's damp. Check out the route on runningmap.com.
We don't have a formal block of rooms reserved for the hotel, but we suggest either Ace Hotel Portland or the The Mark Spencer Hotel while there's space available. Both are walking distance from The Armory and have good reviews.
Check out the directions provided by The Armory.
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