Odds and Ends

Just a few notes that I wanted to share today.

First, OpenNMS was mentioned on Somos Libres, a website promoting free and open source software in Peru, in its “Best Free Software in 2012 According to Users” article in the “Essential for Communication Networks” category. I thought that was pretty cool.

Next, we have training scheduled later this month in London at the Red Hat offices. This is probably a one-time deal for us to be able to hold training in such a convenient location and we only have a few seats left, so if you are interested please be sure to register (if you have contacted me to reserve a seat rest assured that I have done so, but please register as well). The next training in the US will be held in April.

Finally, the OpenNMS Users Conference, sponsored by the OpenNMS Foundation, will be held in March at the University of Fulda. Early bird registration for that event ends on the 15th, so if you want to save a few euros be sure to sign up soon. This will be the place in 2013 to learn about the latest changes to OpenNMS as well as to meet many of the people behind the project.