Open Source North
SAVE THE DATE!
June 5, 2024 | Saint Paul, MN
Since 2015, OSN has been bringing the open source, enterprise community together to learn, share, and connect ™. We are planning for up to 1,300 attendees in 2024!
About Open Source North
After two years of not being able to be in-person, #osn2022 was back in-person and had more then 900 attendees, 42 presentations, and 50 sponsors!
Mark your calendars! The 2023 Open Source North Conference ™ will be on Wednesday, May 24.
The Open Source North Conference is excited to announce our speakers/presentations:
- Aaron Ploetz, Datastax – Building a Full-Stack Environment with Cassandra and React
- Amy Leonard, Virgin Pulse – How to Beat Outages like Escape Rooms
- Andy Fleener, Total Expert – Are we there yet? Building an internal Development Platform
- Bill Zhang, Cloudera – Accelerate Open Data Lakehouse Implementation with Apache Iceberg
- Brad Koehn, Koehn Consulting, Inc. – Growing Leaders
- Brad Schlicht & Derek Winters, Medtronic – DevOps and Platform Engineering – The Reality Behind the Hype
- Cody Zwiefelhofer & Brian Olsen, Starburst & Tabular – Federated Data with Trino: Run SQL statements across any of your data sources (*or your money back) *It’s free
- Daniel Jefferies, observIQ – The Future of Monitoring with OpenTelemetry
- David Sanchez, Datadog – Continuous Profiling, Effectively
- Derek Anderson, Blockless – Web3, Web Assembly, and the future of Computing at the Edge
- Isaac Johnson, Wellsky – Open Source and Cloud – It Just Makes Cents
- Javier Perez, Perforce – The State of Open Source Software in 2023
- Jeff Blaisdell, SmartThings – IoT Eventing Evolution: SmartThings Case Study
- Jeff Bursik & Rob Koste, Target – Data Discovery – Building an Enterprise Data Search Engine
- Jennifer Ehman, SDG – Let’s Chat about ChatGPT
- Jessica Pennell, Xcel Energy – Sky Gardens: Working with MacOS Cloud runners
- Joel Tosi, Dojo and Co – Product Thinking & Architecture – Discovering Teams and Balancing Decisions
- Justin Grammens, Lab651 – ChatGPT: What’s Going on in that Brain of Yours?
- Karen Huaulme, MongoDB – GraphQL: The Easy Way to Do the Hard Stuff
- Kate Wardin, Netflix – 4 Reasons your Best Engineers are Leaving
- Keith Resar, Confluent – Real-Time Data Transformation by Example
- Kevin Hakanson, AWS – Sharpen your “Architecture Documentation” Saw: Architectural Decision Records (ADR) and Diagrams-as-Code
- Kevin Johnson, Cargill – Under-Engineering
- Lauren Maffeo, Steampunk – Designing Data Governance for Data Mesh Architecture
- Lindsey Miller, Thrivent – Divining Your Role Leading Teams Through Transformation
- Lynn Wehrman, Digital Accessibility by WeCo – How History, Law and Societal Norms Continue to Exclude Users with Disabilities from Digital Inclusion
Madhu Rao, U. S. Bank, Enterprise Architecture – How we’ve scaled within to build a cloud ready team
- Manish Rajkarnikar, Shipt – Service Mesh at Shipt
- Matt Richards, Infinite Campus – From VMs to Containers to Serverless: A Demonstration of Evolving.
- Meagan Taylor, Riot Games – Give the UX Designer a Cookie. UX in Gaming: A League of Legends Story
- Mike Bollinger, Livefront – UI design trickery that makes software faster
- Monica Tamboli, IBM – GitOps to the rescue – boosting productivity and automation
- Neil Buesing, Kinetic Edge – Kafka Streams – A Journey From Evaluation to Production
- Nick Larson, Improving – Flink Around, Find Out
- Nick Morgan, C.H. Robinson – Theoretical Gains and Practical Pitfalls: Learnings from A/B Testing at CH Robinson
- Ramesh Babu, Best Buy – Technology Modernization using a Multi-Cloud Workload Distribution Strategy
- Savannah Norem, Redis – When Probably Is Good Enough
- Sean O’Neil, DiaspoCare – The Smart Village – how open source is driving sustainable development in Africa
- Senthil S.Kumaran, HealthPartners – Role of Generative AI in Healthcare
- Shaun Jurgemeyer & John Ross, Chewy – Change your Purr-spective on Testing
- Sri Harsha Gajavalli, OWASP – Machine Intelligence for Cyber Defense
- Stu Keroff, Aspen Academy – Open Source in School: Successful and Proven Strategies
- Travis Gosselin, SPS Commerce – Unleashing Deploy Velocity with Feature Flags
- Ty Sbano, Vercel – The Future of the Web: Collaborative, Open Source, Global Cloud Autonomy
- Valerie Lockhart, Code Savvy – Stable Diffusion and the Open-Source AI Art Revolution
- Zach Dahl, Cargill – You Should Write Boring Code
Speaker and presentation details will be posted soon!
Since the beginning, it has always been about bringing sponsors, speakers, and attendees together to learn, share, and connect.
Over the years, nearly 7,000 people have been a part of the OSN community through our conferences, speaker series events, and kick-off happy hours.
University of St. Thomas
The 2023 Open Source North Conference is back at the University of St. Thomas on Wednesday, May 24, 2023.
Become a Sponsor- Sold out
OSN strives to create an experience that sponsors want to be a part of year after year. We are committed to earning your trust and providing value.
#osn2023 will offer 52 total sponsorship opportunities with 4 levels to choose from.
Call for Speakers – Closed
#osn2023 is looking for speakers! We are open to all sorts of open source, enterprise application presentation topics.
Development languages and tools, Cloud, DevOps, Security, Design, Usability, Delivery, Testing, Open Source Projects, and anything else you think the OSN Community may be interested in.
Speaker selection will be done in two rounds. The deadlines for submittal for the two rounds are January 27, 2023, and February 17, 2023. To be considered in both rounds, please submit by January 27.