Apache Conferences Archive

ApacheCon, the official event of the Apache Software Foundation, brings together foundation members, committers, software vendors, developers and users in a week of training classes, seminars, sharing and hacking. ApacheCon has been running since the year 2000.

The most influential platform dialogue amongst the Apache community at large, ApacheCon the must-attend developer forum showcasing key Apache- and Open Source technologies. Attendees meet, mingle, and exchange ideas with like-minded participants on groundbreaking technologies and emerging industry trends, through informal networking, peer discussions, birds-of-a-feather sessions, and entertaining social events.

Drawing internationally-renowned thought-leaders, contributors, influencers, and organizations in the Open Source community, ApacheCon offers insight into the culture and community that develops and shepherds industry-leading Open Source projects, including Apache HTTP Server, the world's most popular Web server software for ten years running.

2009 marked the 10th anniversary of The Apache Software Foundation. And ApacheCon US and Europe will take time this year to celebrate and acknowledge the achievements of the ASF committers and members. And look to the future and consider where the ASF will be in another ten years.

Upcoming Events

ApacheCon Europe 2014, Budapest, 17-21 November 2014

ApacheCon Europe will be held at the beautiful Corinthia Hotel in Budapest. See ApacheCon.eu for more details. The CFP is now open.

ApacheCon North America 2015, COMING SOON

ApacheCon North America 2015 is in the works. Check back often for more details!

Previous Events

The Apache Software Foundation has been putting on ApacheCon events since the year 2000, and wherever possible we have kept archives of the conference sites. These are likely to only be of interest to those who attended, but they may also offer some insight and inspiration for those involved in helping with future events.

To view the archived site for a given event, please follow the links below.


Photos by Ted Leung [1], [2], Ludovic Hirlimann and Julian Cash