Open Business Conference 2013
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10th Anniversary
Open Business Conference

May 5-6, 2014
Palace Hotel
2 New Montgomery Street
San Francisco, California

More information to follow. Check back soon.

Open Source is blazing a new path of innovation in the areas of Cloud, Big Data, Mobile Applications, Enterprise Mobility and applications integration. Open Source has also become ubiquitous in the Enterprise and in the business layer, as more and more organizations are reaping its considerable benefits, including speed, efficiency and cost savings.

Open Business Conference 2014 is ground zero for learning how to put data to use while networking with the people who are building and deploying the latest in enabling technologies and solutions.

Attend Open Business 2014 and discover...
  • How tools for leveraging data have opened up almost completely. From Hadoop to Open Stack to NoSQL and technologies like MongoDB, never have so many powerful technologies been available to so many. As Big Data matures, these tools are becoming increasingly accessible
  • Ways to traverse the “last mile” of Big Data, whereby the complexity of Big Data technologies is moderated by application
  • Strategies for building data-rich mobile services with open APIs to help you navigate the confusing labyrinth of cloud computing projects
  • Why using Open Source and the Cloud can help you better manage the BYOD trend
  • The best recruitment and training strategies to empower employees to take advantage of Big Data and associated cloud and mobile technologies
  • Practical advice to launch and guide Open Source projects

2013 Open Business Conference

Listed below are just a sample of the sessions and speakers featured at Open Business Conference 2013. Check back soon to take a look a the new sessions and speakers we are adding daily, to the 2014 agenda!

  Sessions included:
    Speakers Included:  
  • Open source and strategies for driving data-driven businesses
  • How enterprise software infrastructure can support the consumerization of IT
  • Which technologies and vendors are poised to dominate the Big Data movement?
  • The State of the OpenStack Union
  • Democratizing Big Data: Making Hadoop Mainstream
  • The Cloud Imperative
  • And many more.



  • John Amato, Vice President & Publisher, Computerworld
  • Matt Asay, Vice President of Corporate Strategy, 10gen
  • Jim Whitehurst, President & CEO, Red Hat
  • John Mathon, VP of Product Marketing, WSO2
  • Ram Peddibhotla, Director, Planning and Product Marketing, Intel
  • Kara Sprague, Principal, McKinsey & Co.
  • Martin Fink, CTO and Director, HP Labs, HP
  • And many more.