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If you are interested in sponsoring our Spring 2012 conference, please see our Sponsorship Opportunities.

Current Sponsors


Opengear design & manufacture console servers for monitoring and secure remote control of critical server, power and network infrastructure - both in the data centre and at distributed remote sites. Opengear's open source ethos provides systems administrators and integrators with the most flexible, extensible and best value out-of-band management solution available.


In little more than a decade, Google created one of the world's largest global computing infrastructures for both internal and external use. Using our unique technologies along with open source tools, we keep Google's customer-facing products running, robust and secure. Our objective is to create solutions that allow people to work and communicate in new and innovative ways – giving back to the world's technical community whenever we can. www.google.com


Monitis specialises in cloud-based software and infrastructure monitoring. Our solutions provide time-pressed IT administrators and IT support companies with a complete infrastructure view. With Monitis, users can monitor, test and manage the performance of on-premise and off-premise infrastructure and applications - all through one consolidated dashboard.

More than 80,000 users worldwide rely on Monitis to increase uptime and user experience of their services and products. We currently monitor and maintain over 200,000 websites and cloud-based applications, with more than 40 million checks and records created each day.

More information is available on our website at: www.monitis.com or by emailing us at info@monitis.com


Bytemark Hosting is the UK's "geek hosting outfit of choice" because its programmer & network-engineer team have built it that way since 2002, with their own tools, software and technical expertise. They understand web applications and network infrastructure equally, and host names such as Bostik, dopplr.com and Britain's largest mystery shopping company, Retail Eyes. Their hosting starts at only £15 per month and runs to multi-site managed setups for customers with the fussiest demands of reliability and failover.



Stingray is a high performance software-based Application Delivery Controller (ADC), designed to deliver faster and more reliable access to public web sites and private applications. Stingray frees applications from the constraints of legacy, proprietary hardware-based load balancers, enabling them to run in any physical, virtual or cloud environment, and to migrate and scale on-demand. Stingray further differentiates itself by more effectively integrating with applications - meaning that application owners can get their product to market faster, with better performance.

Stingray enables enterprises to deliver fast, secure and available applications across any combination of physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures with a single point of application delivery control and monitoring across all locations. With Stingray, enterprises can also unlock the promise of Cloud - autoscaling applications on-demand, balancing across multiple clouds, while leveraging existing data center investments by seamlessly delivering applications than span both infrastructures. Ultimately, this allows an enterprise to align their costs much more closely to their business, with the ability to scale infrastructure costs to meet demand in real time- without compromising the experience at peak times.

FLOSS UK Sponsors

FLOSS UK also has several sponsor members who support FLOSS UK events throughout the year.

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