Fifth Annual Management Developers Conference

The Fifth Annual Management Developers Conference will be held at the Santa Clara Marriott in Santa Clara, CA November 16 - 19, 2009. The Management Developers Conference is the Industry's only developer conference dedicated to Standards Based Systems and Network Management Technologies.

The following areas are covered in this years agenda!

 Corporate Sponsors 

Management Initiatives
  • Common Diagnostic Model (CDM)
  • Desktop and mobile Architecture for System Hardware (DASH)
  • Systems Management Architecture for Server Hardware (SMASH)
  • Storage Management Initiative (SMI)
  • Virtualization Management (VMAN)
Management Profiles
  • Profiles Explained In Detail
  • Profiles for Client Developers
  • Explained in detail by authors and implementors!
Management APIs
  • CMPI
  • JSR48 (Client & Provider)
  • Python
Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM)
    • Web Services for Management (WS-Management)
    • CIM-XML
Common Information Model (CIM)
  • CIM Schema
and other standards based management technologies.

 Organization Sponsors 


Demo Area

The 2009 Management Developers Conference will again have a dedicated Demo Area where attendees can meet and interact with the industry experts developing and implementing various standards based management technologies.

MDC University

MDC University is an intense one day training session for anyone looking to get up to speed on CIM, WBEM and related technologies. The MDC University is taught by engineers for engineers. It is designed to provide engineers enough information to get started with the design and development of WBEM (CDM, SMI, SMF, etc.) enabled products.

Do not miss your opportunity to accelerate your learning curve and get the inside track on developing and deploying standards based enterprise management solutions. Learn from industry experts who have helped create and/or have in-depth real world development experience with the best management technologies available today. Get the technical information and guidance you need to make the most of the management technologies for your projects. Delivered by industry and technical experts, these presentations provide in-depth coverage of development topics, followed by Q&A with the speakers. All conference long, from MDC University Day to the last session on Thursday, in presentations, in labs, and at special events, you'll find industry and technical experts available and eager to answer questions about the management technologies that you are interested in implementing.

The 2009 Management Developers Conference would like to thank the following sponsors for their support.

Sponsorships at the Management Developers Conference are designed to provide a number of sponsorship opportunities that will promote companies participation and involvement in standards based management technologies. Please contact for more information about sponsorship opportunities for the 2009 Management Developers Conference.