Join the world’s top developers, technologists, and decision makers as we explore open source, open tech, and the open web in the enterprise.

Two days of keynotes, talks, tutorials, workshops and networking opportunities in Raleigh and the Research Triangle area.

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Speakers

Check out photos from last year!

"Women in Open Source" was a featured panel discussion on Day 2 of ATO 2014. DeLisa Alexander, Executive VP & Chief People Officer at Red Hat, served as moderator and some of the most influential women in technology participated

Tracks

101

Designed for the person new to ‘open’ or to get a refresher

Security

Making the open technology you use more secure; how to use open technology to do the same

Hardware

The most popular open hardware, and associated issues and topics, being discussed today

Open Data and Government

For anyone working in Open Data and Open Government space

Business

For the CTO, CIO, or IT manager of any type

For the Operations Specialist

Administration
Cloud
Big Data
Databases

For the Developer

Design
Front End
Back End

Large crowds are expected to fill Main Stage & Keynote seating on both days of the conference.

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More than 100 sessions will be featured in 2015, like this one last year on Bootstrap.

Join us in Raleigh and the Research Triangle Area. Home to hundreds of high tech companies and start-ups and one of the most educated and sophisticated audiences on earth