The exhibition marks thirty years of diplomatic relations between Israel and Spain. The exhibition features ten oil paintings – including The Parasol, Flight of Witches, and The Straw Manikin – from the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid, on view for the first time in Israel. Five of the works were made as preparatory paintings for a series of tapestries that adorned the palace of Goya’s benefactor, the future King Charles IV of Spain. Also on display are Goya’s bold series of etchings created at various stages of his artistic life, such as Los Caprichos, Los Destastres de la Guerra, and Tauromaquia.
The focus of this exhibition is a 2,200-year-old Egyptian mummy displayed in its original coffin, alongside objects from various tombs typically used in Egyptian funerary rites until the rise of Christianity in Egypt in the fourth century CE. The mummy, the only one in Israel, was given to the Jerusalem Pontifical Biblical Institute in around 1930 in honor of its inauguration by the Jesuits in Alexandria (hence the mummy’s nickname “Alex”). It arrived in Jerusalem in an anthropoid coffin decorated with images of gods and inscriptions identifying Alex as a high-ranking priest from the Egyptian city of Akhmim.
The 18th Annual Logistics CIO Summit brings together industry thought leaders from the world’s biggest and most advanced LSPs to discuss the changing role of technology and the evolving role of the CIO. With over 150 senior level attendees, 25+ speakers and over 12 hours of one to one networking, this is a crucial opportunity to understand how to future-proof your supply chain and keep pace with tech giants.
Continuous Delivery and DevOps are an integral part of day-to-day business, while containerization techniques and the tools from the Docker ecosystem are gaining more and more traction. The first wave of organisations has made the step of integrating containers into their processes, proving that this has moved way beyond tinkering. To stay current and secure the success of their products, development and operations have to think of ways to make old and new work together and face a whole new set of challenges in form of new tools and potential security issues.
Continuous Lifecycle London will bring together all the relevant parties, to reveal the potential and scope out the obstacles ahead of time. The conference’s holistic approach will not only address concepts, processes and tools that are essential to Continuous Delivery, containerization and DevOps, but also get real world experts centre stage to share their practical experience with you.
Continuous Delivery best practices
Containerisation with Docker and other tools from the associated ecosystem
Implementing DevOps methods
Agile application lifecycle management tools, including version control, continuous integration, ticketing, and bug tracking
Deployment and monitoring
Problems and best practices in distributed teams
Interaction and integration of different tools
How we do it:
Top-class keynote speakers
Conference sessions with proven experts
Exhibition area highlighting key players
All day refuelling
Get-together on the evening of the first conference day
With customer experience a major challenge across the insurance claims lifecycle, Insurance Nexus are bringing together insurance leaders to share their expert insight on how to deliver a superior customer experience. Register for the free webinar to join live or be sent the recording after the webinar.
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The Internet of Things concept is one of the most important technological innovation drivers in the era we live in. The Internet of Things Conference (IoTCon) brings together industry leaders that share their technical and innovative experience within their community. The conference offers a great variety of topics related to Design, Product Development and IoT-based Business Models.
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HostingCon Europe 2016 By The Numbers:
Over 1,000 registrants representing over 700 companies
Resellers, Vars, MSP’s, ISP’s, Colo datacenters
Attendees representing 63 countries
2 exciting Keynote Addresses from Jamie Woodruff and Erik Akerboom
Attend 19 valuable educational sessions
2 Official Networking Events + additional Partner Networking Events
Valuable Learning from the Educational Sessions
From an educational perspective, this year’s event will focus on the issues, trends and legislation that affect your business. Attend to get cutting edge information about changing market conditions and learn how to navigate challenges in the European marketplace.