March 16, 2011
OpenCms Days 2011 will take place from Monday, May 09 to Tuesday, May 10 in Cologne, Germany.
The complete conference program for OpenCms Days 2011 is now available at the conference website. The program features 16 sessions with numerous high-profile speakers from all over the world. OpenCms Days 2011 will be the largest event for the OpenCms community this year.
Register your ticket now - only a limited number of seats are available!
Regular conference registration price: 200,- Euro
OpenCms 8 will bring a major update of the content manager user interface. The new Advanced Direct Edit feature will allow content managers to create, modify and publish new pages directly with drag & drop on their web pages, making OpenCms much more user friendly.
The final version of OpenCms 8 will be made available for public download on the first day of the conference. A release candidate version of OpenCms 8 will be downloadable earlier.
The conference will provide a unique opportunity to learn about the new features of OpenCms 8 directly from the developers.
OpenCms Days 2011 conference will feature 2 parallel tracks with Showcase and Workshop sessions:
At the OpenCms Days 2011 conference expo, OpenCms solution providers will exhibit their OpenCms business solutions and enhancements.
OpenCms Days 2011 is targeted towards an international audience. The language spoken at the event is English, and all presentations will be held in English language.
OpenCms Days 2011 conference and expo is an event organized by Alkacon Software GmbH. The goal of the event is to promote OpenCms and strengthen the OpenCms community.
OpenCms 10 from Alkacon brings a vastly improved user experience that combines the intuitive "Direct Edit" approach of OpenCms with a new, well integrated Launchpad app center. OpenCms 10 also ships with the new, responsive Apollo Template based on Bootstrap.
The Alkacon OpenCms Enterprise Extensions (also called OCEE) are a commercial extension for OpenCms. Alkacon OCEE adds features to OpenCms that are often required for running OpenCms in a medium or large Enterprise, where data consistency, security and failover are highly important.