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September 27, 2018 @ Cidade do Futebol

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Powered by Syone and supported by Caixa Mágica, Open Source Lisbon is the biggest Open Source event in Portugal.

This 16th edition will grant to business managers and tech enthusiasts one day dedicated to sharing information about how open source technologies act as a new innovation driver, in a world of emergent technological disruption.

Under the theme ‘Open Source: driving Innovation’, the attendees will have the opportunity to discover how national and international companies are implementing Open Source technologies to power their digital transformation, and how this collaborative approach is at the start of technological evolution.

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2018 Speakers

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Adam Hyde

The Collaborative Knowledge Foundation

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Giovanni Bajo

Digital Transformation Team, Italian Government

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Deb Nicholson

Software Freedom Conservancy​

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Ben van’t Ende

Age of Peers

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David Nelsen

DARKIRON

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Maddalena Falzoni

MaadiX

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Filipe Barroso

Google Developers Group

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Luís da Costa

Libretrend

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Thomas Lohninger

epicenter.works

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Manuel Hurtado

Couchbase

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Gustavo Homem

Solid Angle

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Antoine Craske

La Redoute

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Ana Santos

Google Portugal

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António Vargas

Pestana Hotel Group

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Benoit Dumont

La Redoute

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António Bento

Hopla Software

MORE SPEAKERS COMING SOON

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Main Tracks

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  • Open Source & Innovation
  • Cloud Computing & IT Governance
  • Containers & IT Modernization
  • Big Data & Analytics
  • Data Privacy & Security
  • Digital Transformation & E-Commerce
  • IoT & Mobile
  • Machine Learning
  • Blockchain

Agenda

Welcome Coffee & Check-in

45mins

Opening

15mins

Deb Nicholson

Free Software Forever
(Deb Nicholson @Software Freedom Conservancy)

Collaboration helps us go further and faster while achieving a better result. The new economy won't be carried by one-size-fits-all solutions or run by companies focused on denying access to users, students and start-ups. Success will belong to those who are collectively building and maintaining foundational free and open source software platforms and those who can hand-craft specialty solutions that run on top of those collaborative systems. Community participation is crucial to success in the shared, free and open source software future we're building. Sculpting the future of technology is a big responsability. We need to ensure that what we're building is good for society -- and for business. With a little planning and reflection, we can create sustainable and inclusive software communities that will enable us to serve both goals.

 

"Sculpting the future of technology is a big responsability"

25mins

Deb Nicholson

EDP Client Use Case: Docker & Kubernetes
(Syone + EDP)

25mins

António Vargas | Ana Santos | Marco Gouveia

How Pestana Hotel Group is leading the Web revolution?
(Ana Santos @Google Portugal and Marco Gouveia & António Vargas @Pestana Hotel Group)

25mins

António Vargas | Ana Santos | Marco Gouveia

Giovanni Bajo

Open Source in the Italian Public Administration: A New Beginning
(Giovanni Bajo @Team Digitale)

In this talk, he will describe the goals and his vision as part of the Digital Transformation Team of the Italian Government, as well as concrete projects and the methodology based on pervasive use of open source technologies. He will also discuss the way how the team is going to implement the Italian legislation that asks all Public Administration to release their software under an open source license.


"With this project we can actually do something to improve our country."

25mins

Giovanni Bajo

Coffee Break & Networking

30mins

(To be announced)

Red Hat Talk

25mins

(To be announced)

(To be announced)

Microsoft Talk

25mins

(To be announced)

Antoine Craske & Benoit Dumont

Cerberus: an Automated Tool for Continuous Testing
(Antoine Craske & Benoit Dumont @La Redoute)

During their presentation, Antoine and Benoit are going to talk about Cerebrus, an open-source integrated testing solution built by the retail player La Redoute that allows daily web platform release. Inicially La Redoute's International IT team was using legacy applications from Call centers and Websites. Since the group has a lot of subsidiaries and a lot of web platforms, each with its own set of configuration and specificities, there was a big challenge in both bringing more stability to the system and also more agility in terms of change. Thanks to this tool, a lot of tests have been created and are automated enough so that the effort for that quality is kept under control. Using agile principles and organization changes, Cerberus allowed them to move from chaotic and stressful builds to a more measurable and secure build process. Today, small changes can more easily and securely go live and deliver business value in far less time. Considering that the need for such a tool is very transversal, decision was taken to release it under open source license (GPLV3) in order to distribute this framework and attract developers to join the project and improve the tool.

25mins

Antoine Craske & Benoit Dumont

Lunch Break

55mins

Ben van't Ende

InnerSource: an Open Source approach to company culture
(Ben van’t Ende @Age of Peers)

Why has open source done so well in producing developer tools and infrastructure, but has done so poorly in the user-facing world? How can we improve what we do to better fulfill user needs and produce user applications that will kill the proprietary competition?

25mins

Ben van't Ende

António Bento

The huge toolbox
(António Bento, @Hopla Software)

25mins

António Bento

Manuel Hurtado

Unleashing the power of Kubernetes and OpenShift with the Couchbase Data Platform
(Manuel Hurtado @Couchbase)

25mins

Manuel Hurtado

Gustavo Homem

End to end Linux and some other utopias
(Gustavo Homem @Solid Angle)

25mins

Gustavo Homem

Digital Rights and Internet Security
(Panel Discussion)

25mins

Coffee-Break & Networking

25mins

Vittorio Cioe

NoSQL + SQL = MySQL 8.0
(Vittorio Cioe @MySQL)

25mins

Vittorio Cioe

Filipe Veiga

Blockchain as a tool for our daily life
(Filipe Veiga @Caixa Mágica)

25mins

Filipe Veiga

Juan de Zuriarrain

From Mars to the Data Center: How is IBM & The OpenPOWER Foundation leading the Cognitive Era
(Juan de Zuriarrain @IBM)

25mins

Juan de Zuriarrain

Adam Hyde

Coko and Cabbage Trees: Better models for scratching someone else’s itch
(Adam Hyde @Coko Foundation)

Why has open source done so well in producing developer tools and infrastructure, but has done so poorly in the user-facing world? How can we improve what we do to better fulfill user needs and produce user applications that will kill the proprietary competition?


"Being an innovator (...) it's about making a constant effort to find a better way"

25mins

Adam Hyde

(To be announced)

ESOP’s Open Awards 2018

15mins

(To be announced)

Closing Session & Wrap-up

Thomas Lohninger

Innovation and Net Neutrality two sides of one coin
(Thomas Lohninger @epicenter.works)

A free and open internet is one where innovation can happen without the permission of a telecom company. The three biggest mobile operators in Portugal with a combined market share of 95% all violate this principle of net neutrality and thereby create a walled garden that kills off economic growth. The internet was far more successful than any previous communication network, because it allowed innovators to compete globally from day one and gave users the freedom to choose between the best products. These benefits are lost if telecom companies are allowed to pick winners and losers and undermine our freedom to choose and offer the services we want. The European Union established protections for net neutrality in 2016. If these rules would be properly enforced in Portugal, companies would not suffer a competitive disadvantage against Silicon Valley giants or applications owned by telecom companies. It is time to ask the tough questions to politicians and regulators why our freedoms online are not protected. This talk will give an overview about the situation in Europe and locate Portugal and its telecom market within it.

30mins

Thomas Lohninger

Maddalena Falzoni

MaadiX: The online tools we need every day, preserving digital autonomy and privacy
(Maddalena Falzoni @MaadiX)

Maddalena is going to present her solution to a society that is increasingly concerned about privacy, but has fewer and fewer mechanisms for protecting it. MaadiX is an easy and intuitive tool for managing your own server without the need for any technical know-how. A novel approach to remote control technologies that makes it possible to provide advanced IT infrastructures and ready-to-use Open Source applications, in a few minutes and at competitive prices while preserving privacy. Minimizing the difficulties when installing, maintaining and using server-side open source applications, MaadiX ensures a successful migration to decentralized and independent tools.

30mins

Maddalena Falzoni

David Nelsen

Open Privacy Stack: Protection and privacy from global surveillance and malicious hackers
(David Nelsen @Darkiron)

Build your private cloud and own your privacy. David will present an open-source productivity platform called Open Privacy Stack. Think of it as Gmail, Skype, WhatsApp, and Dropbox all in one decentralized private cloud. Open source projects discussed will include Debian, Proxmox, Nextcloud, pfSense, Prosody, Bitwarden, LinOTP, Docker, I2P, and more. Mass adoption of centralized third-party cloud services has simplified data privacy invasion by an order of magnitude. Large-scale data surveillance by nation states and big tech has little to do with keeping us safe or enhancing our user experience. Those who own the data, have the power. Many consumers forfeit their data privacy for convenient and centralized free applications. They feel they have nothing to hide and therefore nothing to fear, but the tide is turning and Europe is leading the way. More people are questioning their level of privacy in the cloud and liberating themselves from the dependence of centralized big tech. This presentation will discuss in detail several enterprise open-source applications one can implement to build their own privacy stack.

30mins

David Nelsen

Filipe Barroso

Mobile with 150 IQ – TensorFlow
(Filipe Barroso @Google Developers Group)

It is the end of Smartphones with dumb applications, nowadays there are so many tools to add “intelligence” to your mobile application for a better user experience, for helping the user and more importantly your Business. Filipe is going to talk about one of those tools, the TensorFlow™, an open source software library for high performance numerical computation. Its flexible architecture allows easy deployment of computation across a variety of platforms (CPUs, GPUs, TPUs), and from desktops to clusters of servers to mobile and edge devices. Originally developed by researchers and engineers from the Google Brain team within Google’s AI organization, it comes with strong support for machine learning and deep learning and the flexible numerical computation core is used across many other scientific domains. - An open source machine learning framework With TensorFlow™, the open source machine learning framework, you can train your model in a closed and in your machines with your data and then just use the result in the Mobile environment.

30mins

Filipe Barroso

Luís da Costa

Librebox – Securing the Future
(Luís da Costa @LibreTrend)

In his talk, Luís will demonstrate the Librebox, the first desktop computer out-of-factory with Coreboot (Open Source bootloader) and a huge focus on security. The core of the Librebox is the Libretrend LT1000, the motherboard that powers everything, that has been designed for multiple purposes, and is ready to be set in an universe of devices. From desktops to terminals and AIO's, the LT1000 can be used in every possible and desirable way and always with the same freedom and security that a FOSS bootloader based on Coreboot can provider.The Librebox is business ready, and we at Libretrend are committed to develop the necessary tools to make the Librebox unique for every business, no matter the requirements.

30mins

Luís da Costa

Guillaume Morini

Build, Manage and Secure Your Apps Anywhere. Your Way.
(Guillaume Morini @Docker)

30mins

Guillaume Morini

Coffee-Break & Networking

15mins

Rafael Achaerandio

Shape the future with the power data and Azure Databricks
(Rafael Achaerandio @Microsoft)

30mins

Rafael Achaerandio

Pedro Cravo Lopes

Ansible Playbook: Automate your Infrastructure Management
(Pedro Cravo Lopes @Syone)

30mins

Pedro Cravo Lopes
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