Open Source Product Innovation and Marketing Collaboration

According to Wikipedia, “Innovation in its modern meaning is a new idea, creative thoughts, new imaginations in the form of device or method. Innovation is also often viewed as the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, unarticulated needs or existing market needs. Such innovation takes place through the provision of more effective products, processes, services, technologies or business models that are made available to markets, governments and society.

Personally, I like the use of the term “more effective” above. It says something important which is often missing in open source products. It’s not good enough to only write beautifully-engineered technology, because that’s often not what counts as more effective in the eyes of those who buy. We need to think through the whole context outside of engineering – the processes, the services, the business models etc – and we need to ensure that the big picture looks and feels more effective overall.

This is where marketing professionals, in particular, come in. Constantly measuring and updating market understanding and identifying buying triggers is central to their role. This is not a passive activity, but rather a very active one based on ongoing SEO, performance analysis and content generation, amongst other factors. If you’ve hired a marketing professional to make your website look pretty and announce solely releases, then please go and apologize to them immediately!

In general, product should exist at the crossroads of engineering and marketing

In general, product should exist at the crossroads of engineering and marketing. If it does not, I would suggest you to revise your strategy. Of course, not all open source development is about product, but where product is the aim, this guideline is important. At Crust, where we produce “The open source Salesforce alternative”, marketing and engineering constantly engage on feature shape and prioritisation.

Open source technologies, in particular where they are based on 100% open source code and freely distributed (i.e. not open core), can have an out-sized economic impact compared to upfront investment. Large-scale distribution is a natural course for well-conceived products to take and it takes high skill to maintain large feature sets on a fraction of the money of giant cloud vendors. This puts some natural downward pressure on budgets of the marketing departments of open source businesses. However, that downward pressure is a poor excuse for not setting targets to grow marketing expenditure. It’s the equivalent to coders saying “this problem is hard, so we’re not going to do it”. It, therefore, helps to look at the problem from a completely different perspective.

A good product manager cannot contemplate uncontrolled and unmaintainable feature sprawl. It makes sense, at a certain point, to put the emphasis elsewhere. In place of expanding the code base, one can expand marketing presence. Driving additional demand for existing features is a sustainable business model as long as you can count your return on investment, which any competent marketing manager should be able to do. Using marketing resources to understand which features are motivating buyer decision-making becomes critical to the healthy functioning of a growing business.

Open source vendors tend to be smaller in revenue terms than proprietary vendors, even if adoption of their products is often higher. However, there is at least one way open source vendors can get the most out of marketing expenditure. Marketing resources can, and should be, federated over certain subjects. For example, the open standards drum can always be beaten harder as can the growing requirement best practice education for free technology transfer as the world faces unprecedented challenges. But perhaps the the most immediate opportunity for strategic market(ing) alignment in Europe is the growing movement towards Digital Sovereignty, as espoused by initiatives such as Gaia-X and influential platform vendors such as Univention.

Digital Sovereignty demands that open source vendors start acting “cluefully”. Being smaller means having to be practical and the best returns can be achieved by optimising marketing structures and presence. The challenge is no means impossible – innovating our marketing models in line with our collaborative values should come naturally.

In celebrating “Digital Sovereignty”, we will be judged by the quality of the software we produce, not our fine words.

Crust Technology recently had the pleasure of taking part in the Univention Summit in Bremen, Germany. The Univention Corporate Server (UCS) is a leading platform for cost-efficient operation and easy administration of server applications and entire IT infrastructures. It is both self-hosted and open source and is used by many recognisable, brand-name organisations. UCS is an excellent OS base upon which to build your Digital Sovereignty, being practical, feature complete and supportive of multi-vendor environments.

Digital Sovereignty is a complex term, implying unimpeded access to the software code (i.e. 100% open source), default support and promotion of federated architectures, control of data location and consistent cross-jurisdictional regulation. While vendors such Univention point the way at the infrastructural level, software manufacturers at the application layer must pick up the baton with equal enthusiasm and determination.

In practical terms, what might this mean for software application vendors?

  1. Be 100% open
    This means no tricks or games. Every line of code must be available to the using or hosting organisation. But it goes even further than that – application architectures must be clear, well-documented and not a source of data lock-in themselves.
  1. Easy E-Migration
    The cost of migrating away from a solution, self-hosted or otherwise, must be as low as possible. In other words, the software must be built with recognition of the principle that the using organisation has a fundamental and exclusive right to “own” all of their data and that, should they wish, this data can be moved away from the platform easily.
  2. Embrace Standards
    From security to communication to API’s, software must be standards-based and must, in so far as possible, facilitate federation with other software and services. Clouds should be capable of collaborating with eachother, irrespective of the language in which they are coded.
  3. User Experience (UX) must be excellent
    Good UX leads to strong adoption. Failing at this first hurdle is unforgiveable. It has now been proven umpteenth times that solutions with poor UX simply do not get adopted by a population of a meaningful size.

Credibility is key. Businesses and governments pushing for Digital Sovereignty must learn from history. It’s littered with defunct open source providers, who failed to deliver compelling alternatives to components of giant data-harvesting clouds and proprietary software manufacturers. To fail again would be to be laughed off the stage, while the use of data from our corporate champions, mittelstand (mid-sized economic actors) and small businesses drifts further and further from our control. The stakes are that high.

Do you want to take the first step to Digital Sovereignty? Give Univention’s UCS a try and set up Crust using their Univention App Center.

About Crust

Crust Technology Ltd, headquartered in Ireland, is the driving force behind the open-source Unified Work platform Crust, providing a flexible, self-hosted platform for your organisation to work and communicate internally while engaging with its customers, suppliers, partners and other third parties externally. Its integrated approach to identity, messaging and business logic delivers a simple-to-use yet extensible means for managing users and the applications they require every day, whether in the cloud, behind the firewall or a hybrid of the two. For more information, visit www.crust.tech or follow @Crusttech on Twitter.

DAASI International brings Crust to Univention Corporate Server

Cork, 22 January 2020

We’re excited to announce that Crust, the open source Low Code, CRM and Service Automation platform is now available on the Univention Corporate Server (UCS) via the Univention App Center.

UCS, created by Univention, provides companies with a complete solution for the administration of IT infrastructures, applications, resources and users. With the addition of Crust in the Univention App Center, UCS users can easily add the entire Crust suite to their UCS instances. This includes:

Additionally, DAASI International, a German and European leader in Open Source Identity and Access Management has seamlessly integrated their didmos Single Sign-On offering with the advanced UCS Management system. DAASI International will be responsible for distributing the Crust platform on UCS and supporting all Crust customers.
 

We are delighted to welcome the Crust platform to our App Center familysays Nico Gulden, Product Manager Apps at Univention.We’re always on the look out for open source alternatives to major proprietary vendors that increase the options of choice for our users on their way to Digital Sovereignty.

As not just a partner of, but also an investor in Crust Technology, releasing the platform on Univention is a notable step for usadds Peter Gietz, CEO of DAASI International.It is becoming increasingly important that major applications treat the subject of identity as key to their success. Being available on UCS opens doors to markets that appreciate both customer and digital sovereignty by default.

Crust is very excited about this launchsays Niall McCarthy, CEO of Crust Technology.Univention has been a leader in providing self-hosted technology in Germany and further afield for a number of years. A key strategic goal for Crust is to build and evolve to satisfy the growing and ever-more complex requirements of enterprise customers who demand feature sets which match traditional cloud providers while protecting their digital sovereignty.

How to get Crust on Univention Corporate Server?

A free Crust trial can easily be installed via the Univention App Center inside UCS. If you don’t have UCS yet, you can visit https://www.univention.com/downloads/ to download it. A Crust subscription, starting at 24 euro per user per month (discounts are available), is needed after the free trial. For more information, please contact Crust at www.crust.tech/contact

About Crust

Crust Technology Ltd, headquartered in Ireland, is the driving force behind the open-source Unified Work platform Crust, providing a flexible, self-hosted platform for your organisation to work and communicate internally while engaging with its customers, suppliers, partners and other third parties externally. Its integrated approach to identity, messaging and business logic delivers a simple-to-use yet extensible means for managing users and the applications they require every day, whether in the cloud, behind the firewall or a hybrid of the two. For more information, visit www.crust.tech or follow @Crusttech on Twitter.

About DAASI International:

DAASI International is an expert in federated Identity and Access Management based on open source. Since its founding in 2000, the IT service provider from Tübingen, Germany deals with identity management, access control and directory service technologies for universities, public authorities and companies. In addition, DAASI International is actively involved in the field of Digital Humanities and participates in national and international research projects, including the digital research infrastructure DARIAH-DE. DAASI International’s range of services covers consulting, support, hosting, and software development.

About Univention:

Univention GmbH is a leading European manufacturer of open source products for the operation and management of IT infrastructure, headquartered in Bremen. Univention Corporate Server (UCS) can be used as a classic server solution in the cloud or in hybrid scenarios. UCS is an economical alternative to Microsoft server solutions and includes comprehensive Active Directory capabilities and an App Center that integrates and operates more than 90 enterprise solutions into existing IT environments.

Meet us at the Univention Summit

We’re excited to announce we’re a sponsor of the Univention Summit, which is held on January 23 and 24 in Bremen, Germany. Together with our partner DAASI International we will presenting Crust at our stand.

What is the Univention Summit

The Univention Summit is a yearly event that attracts over 400 IT professionals from value-added resellers, cloud service providers, and software developers. They have in common that they all share interest in open-source. The venue is excellent for networking opportunities and knowledge transfer.

The organiser behind the event is Univention. Univention is the driving force behind the Univention Corporate Server (UCS). UCS provides companies with a complete solution for the administration of IT infrastructures, applications, resources and users. Soon Crust will be available on UCS via the Univention App Center, making it available to UCS users all over the world.

Lenny Horstink, the CMO of Crust, being interviewed at the Univention Summit 2019

Why should you visit the Crust stand?

  • You can meet some of the key people behind Crust. Niall McCarthy, CEO of Crust, Lenny Horstink, CMO of Crust, and Peter Gietz, CEO of DAASI International and partner of Crust, will be at the stand.
  • You can see Crust in action. A live demo will show you what Crust can mean for your company.
  • Swag 🙂 Get some Crust goodies for free!

You can drop by for a chat. Want to arrange a meeting before? Fill in the form below.

We’re looking forward to this event!











Companies are replacing Salesforce with Crust and Corteza – with use cases scaling to hundreds of thousands of users. Here’s why:

Crust Technology strives for feature-by-feature equivalence with Salesforce. While some parts of our feature set are different (and, we believe, superiour!), the ability to migrate from even complex Salesforce implementations, and immediately realise performance, control and cost benefits, makes the Crust and Corteza platforms the more attractive choice.

Modern Code and Modern Architecture

The backend of Crust and Corteza is written in Golang, a multi-threaded processing language. Designed with performance in mind from the outset, it’s extensively used by Google to power its data centres and applications. Salesforce themselves are even recent converts to Golang.

The frontend of Crust is delivered in Vue.js, a lightweight JavaScript engine which also focuses on performance, reusable components and optimized re-rendering. The frontend should always create an outstanding experience for the users.

The majority of open-source CRM’s are written in PHP, an older, single-threaded processing, web programming language. Reaching up to the hundreds of thousands of users demanded by modern-day customer scale applications should not necessitate complex optimisation efforts on an older codebase – performance should be there by design, as it is in Crust and Corteza.

While Crust’s architecture allows it to be shipped as a “monolith” bundle for smaller sites, it can be split into microservices for larger sites, allowing components with heavier workloads to be fed and watered individually according to their processing needs.

Compose Low-Code Platform

“Compose” is Crust’s answer to Salesforce Lightning, the cloud vendor’s low-code platform. Compose allows businesses to customise Crust CRM quickly and safely, augment its functionality or create entirely new applications (e.g. Crust Service Cloud is also built with Compose).

Intuitive, yet comprehensive in its approach, Compose delivers a “building block” method for designing and implementing your key business applications. With Corredor you can add automation scripts, increasing the efficiency of your application.

With powerful API’s Compose also enables businesses to extend safely beyond the borders of their Crust implementation and integrate with third-party systems – either within the boundaries of their firewall or outside.

User Experience (UX)

UX is crucial, but it is not always about creating unique UX. While some of our features necessitate innovation, much of our approach at Crust is driven by what businesses expect to see from their enterprise applications, especially if they’re seeking viable alternatives to solutions proposed by the likes of Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics365.

Control

With Salesforce you are stuck to their cloud. You don’t know exactly where your sensitive business data is stored, or who has access see it. In Crust and Corteza however, you have full control over all your data. You decide where you want to store it: in the cloud of your choice, behind a firewall or as a hybrid of the two.

Cost

Not everything revolves around cost, but Salesforce prices do hurt. The full Salesforce suite can cost up to an eye-watering USD 300 per user per month and even that does not include the costs of other applications in the appexchange.

Crust and Corteza products are and always will be 100% open source and the cost of support is a fraction of that of Salesforce. Our commitment to quality is sky high and we will always chase feature equivalency with or superiority to Salesforce.

We’re Growing

Crust Technology has ambitious growth plans. We’re already the premium open-source CRM vendor for enterprise-scale deployments, but we’re aiming for outright market leadership. We’re excited about this journey. If you are too, please contact us at recruitment@crust.tech.

Crust 2019.12 brings new applications and features

11 December 2019
Cork, Ireland

Crust Technology is excited to announce a new release of Crust, the open-source Salesforce alternative. This is a major release of Crust which includes new applications, such as Crust Service Cloud, and a long list of new features and improvements.

What’s new in Crust 2019.12?

Crust Service Cloud home page

 

  • New Crust CRM features:
    • Optimized CRM pages layouts
    • Improved quotes layouts
    • Updated automation scripts, so that they work with the new Crust Corredor

Optimized CRM layout

 

  • New Crust Compose (low-code platform) features:
    • Record import and exporting
    • Improved module builder, with a 2 step process helping to create pages for a new module
    • Improved layout in the page builder
    • Improved calendars that now supports multiple event feed sources, colour coding, and filtering
    • Improved reporting with new charts and chart options
    • New options for automation scripts, including:
      • New settings (including “run in the browser or Corredor”, “run asynchronously”, “run with a timeout” etc)
      • New script tester
      • Easy selection of triggers
      • Scheduler
    • PDF previews
    • Namespace selector (allowing you to quickly go from one Compose application – a namespace – to another)

Improved module builder with checks if list and record pages have been created

 

 

New options in automation scripts

 

 

Namespace selector on the left, allowing you to move quickly from one namespace to another

 

  • New Crust Enterprise Messaging features:
    • New Messaging settings:
      • Enable or disable emojis
      • Enable or disable notifications
      • Notifications template
      • Enable or disable attachments
      • Enable or disable attachments upload from the gallery and/or camera
      • Set max file size for uploads
      • Set file type whitelist
    • PDF previews
    • Improved messaging and rich text input areas with tiptap

New messaging options

 

 

PDF preview and the improved input area

 

  • Other new features:
    • Redesigned admin area with:
      • Improved layout and menu
      • Change permission settings with a click
      • Searchable and filterable lists
      • Dashboard with the current status
    • Improved login page layout
    • MinIO integration for High-Performance Object Storage. This enables Crust to use standard storage backends (list Amazon S3), data-encryption etc.
    • YAML export of CRM and Service Cloud namespaces
    • New documentation site: https://docs.crust.tech

New admin area with dashboard

Bug-fixes

Over 100 issues have been solved since the last release, including enhancements and bug-fixes. The detailed list is available in the repository on Github.

Corteza Project

In June 2019, Crust Technology contributed all of its software intellectual property to the Commons Conservancy, an independent open-source foundation. In doing so, we created Corteza, “The Digital Work Platform for Humanity”. Corteza has been featured on sites like opensource.com, and the Corteza Community recently hit another milestone by growing to over 2000 individuals and companies from all over the world.

New features are added to Corteza continuously, and it often gets updated a few times a week. Crust is an enterprise product based on Corteza source code. It is stable and thoroughly tested, and major releases come out every three months.

Getting Crust

Crust is the open-source Salesforce alternative for businesses and organisations. To learn how to get Crust, or how to migrate from your current solution, please contact Crust via the contact form or via sales@crust.tech.

Online Demo

There is an online demo of Crust available at https://www.crust.tech/demo.

About Crust

Crust Technology Ltd, headquartered in Ireland, is the driving force behind the open-source Unified Work platform Crust, providing a flexible, self-hosted platform for your organisation to work and communicate internally while engaging with its customers, suppliers, partners and other third parties externally. Its integrated approach to identity, messaging and business logic delivers a simple-to-use yet extensible means for managing users and the applications they require every day, whether in the cloud, behind the firewall or a hybrid of the two. For more information, visit www.crust.tech or follow @Crusttech on Twitter.

Why Crust is Ideal for Not-for-Profit Organisations

For many, either being part of something bigger than ourselves or standing up for closely held principles are important. In June 2019, Crust Technology contributed all of its software intellectual property to the Commons Conservancy, an independent open-source foundation. In doing so, we created Corteza, “The Digital Work Platform for Humanity”.

Corteza

The objective of Corteza is clear – to deliver a 100% free, open-source, self-hosted cloud platform for growing your organisation’s productivity. It enables relationships and protects the work and the privacy of all those concerned.

This effort began by producing a fully-featured alternative to Salesforce – the cloud leader in CRM – and an alternative to Slack Enterprise Messaging. All of this is presented via a unified interface on the frontend, joined up with automation on the backend. Very recently, we also released Service Cloud, a self-hosted enterprise-grade alternative to Salesforce and Oracle Service Clouds.

Everything is delivered with modern, hyper-efficient code. Organisations can benefit from the impressive low-code development facilities to build their own custom apps, reducing costs and lowering time to delivery.

The publicly stated values of the Corteza project are as follows:

Public Good:

Corteza’s software and other offerings are designed and provided as a public good for the public benefit.

Open and Transparent:

Corteza’s governance and operations are open and transparent. It uses the best practices from across the not-for-profit, private and public sectors.

Diverse and Inclusive:

Corteza’s members, policies and programmes are designed to actively foster diverse, inclusive and non-discriminatory participation.

Built for Humanity:

Corteza’s software and other offerings have a real impact on people’s lives. As such, they are designed, built and provided with a strong emphasis on quality, privacy, security and usability.

Crust for the Not-for-profit sector

All Crust software is built 100% on the Corteza code-base. Professional versions of Crust software are made freely available to the not-for-profit sector, including all professional software maintenance.

On top of this, Crust is beginning to push development of Corteza’s outreach Programmes, which range from Humanitarian through Ecological to Privacy Programmes.

Delivering a standards-based public good, then constantly striving to push those standards higher is a lot of work. Being part of something bigger than us is key to the Crust team’s identity and to our brand. Since the launch of Corteza, we discovered that the more we give and the better we give, the stronger our business gets.

The Not-for-Profit sector deserves an approach to building software that is inclusive of its requirements and which ensures organisations in the sector do not fall out-of-step with developments in the private and public sectors. Crust and Corteza successfully deliver this approach, feature-rich and with ever-reducing economic barriers to entry and participation. Our low-code philosophy is central to this ethos and we go out of our way to ensure that, where coding is required, it’s limited to well-supported and inexpensive JavaScript skills.

The cherry on the cake? Crust Essential Support subscriptions are completely free-of-charge for Not-for-Profit organisations and their customer bases – subject to the condition that the organisation is fulfilling its purpose by using our software. Digitally transforming and managing your relationships with your donors, advocates and volunteers have never been easier.

Try out Crust

Are you working in a Not-for-Profit organisation? Get your free online Crust demo here.

 

 

 

Is Salesforce Copying the Crust and Corteza Product Strategy?

Is Salesforce Copying the Crust and Corteza Product Strategy?

Last week brought us the news that two of the most significant players in the CRM market, Salesforce and Microsoft had struck a deal. Salesforce Marketing Cloud will soon be hosted by Microsoft Azure. At the same time Microsoft Teams, a Slack Messaging alternative, will be integrated with Salesforce Sales CRM and Service Clouds.

When we were first designing Crust and Corteza’s product strategy, our research showed that Salesforce Chatter, the internal messaging system on the cloud-only platform, was the most disappointing element of its portfolio. In its place, we decided to implement a core Messaging system inspired by Slack’s architecture and feature set. This feature set is already included in our Sales CRM and Service Cloud.

Why was Slack-like Messaging of such interest? At Crust, we believe that openness, consistency and standardisation of data architecture are critical to the healthy long-term functioning of a business. Cobbled-together data architectures are expensive to maintain, and it’s always the customer that pays. Crust and our community project, Corteza, avoid such complexity by default. Our Messaging can suck in data from thousands of different sources if we wish and standardise that data for use across our various applications. Try to do that with email…

At Crust, we believe that openness, consistency and standardisation of data architecture are critical to the healthy long-term functioning of a business.

It remains to be seen what Salesforce’s decision to hold hands with Microsoft means in terms of businesses’ data sovereignty. Recently, Google’s been accused of health data stockpiling, and one of the concerns is that data from one service will be used to promote others. Is it possible someday that Microsoft buys Salesforce outrightly, giving it unfettered access to all activity on the powerful trio of Salesforce, LinkedIn and Skype? That’s a lot of sensitive trading data and intellectual property, and it highlights the big question of a data grab where Microsoft may find itself wandering into antitrust territory once again.

However, let’s face it; this is all about money. The real costs of Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics365 already border on extortionate. How much more customers can be “locked-in” by dependence on the vendors’ closed business logic implementations and hoisted with new charges remains to be seen. If history is any measure, then they usually find a way.

Crust and Corteza will always aim to include market-leading features, will always provide familiar UI’s and UX and will always be 100% free and open. Our strategy to offer a robust, self-hosted alternative to Salesforce looks more aligned than ever.

So is Salesforce copying Crust and Corteza’s strategies? Maybe just a little wink in our direction with their Microsoft Teams integration, but for the rest, we’re a whole lot safer and less expensive a bet 😉

Online demo

Want to check it out for yourself? Get your free online Crust demo here.

Crust or Corteza?

At Crust we often get asked the question as to whether an organisation should use Crust or Corteza? If your deployment is in a professional setting, then we always recommend Crust. If not, Corteza is a good option, as it usually has some extra features. We often use the analogy of Fedora’s relationship to Red Hat Enterprise Linux to explain the differences. However, that’s an over-simplified comparison, and we usually need to explain in more detail. The following are some useful questions and answers:

What’s the difference between Crust and Corteza?

Corteza is fundamentally a development and testing platform. We’re continually adding new features to it, and it often gets updated a few times a week. This “rolling-release” approach means you need to know your way around Corteza to support it reliably.

Best think of Crust of as an enterprise product based on Corteza source code. It is stable and thoroughly tested. The versions we sell are based on major releases which only come out every three months (the next major version release is 19.12 this December). Crust also doesn’t contain everything in Corteza, for apparent reasons.

Are There Other Differences?

Yes, and they’re essential differences too! They primarily concern intellectual property.

Corteza is released under an Apache 2.0 license. It is 100% the property of the Commons Conservancy Foundation. Crust, while based on Corteza code, has its proprietary binaries and a proprietary user subscription model.

One reason Crust takes this approach is to offer more flexibility to enterprise customers who may not want to work with an exclusively open source license. Customers may wish to add on their proprietary extensions or business logic.

The other main reason is that open-source software licenses are distributed “as is” without warranties or assurances of any kind. The “as is” condition is often unacceptable to enterprises, with good reason. Businesses need to know someone’s going to take responsibility when software throws up bugs and other surprises.

Will Long-Term Support Ever be made Available for Corteza?

Yes, we certainly hope so someday. The stronger the community gets, the more likely this will be. Corteza counts many great organisations amongst its users to date, and exciting new developments are happening almost by the week.

Long-term support is a big responsibility for a community to bear and maintain. However, with enough determination, we’ll reach that goal, for sure.

Any Plans for a SaaS Service?

For those who don’t want to self-host their deployments and wish to leave all support and management to the team here at Crust Technology, we will be delivering a Crust Cloud in 2020. Watch this space for more information!

Online demo

Want to check it Crust for yourself? Get your free online demo now.

Crust Technology at Web Summit 2019

Web Summit 2019 is one of the biggest technology conferences worldwide, with over 70.000 attendees and 1200 speakers from companies such as Amazon, Microsoft and Google. This year, we are excited to inform you that Crust Technology will be present at Web Summit.

Crust Technology is the driving force behind Crust, the leading private cloud and open-source Salesforce Alternative. Crust is the most advanced open-source CRM platform in the world, bringing the user ecosystem, workflows and essential applications together on one unified platform. It seamlessly integrates with Enterprise Messaging and Customer Identity and Access Management.

The rapidly growing interest in Crust from companies all over the world makes it a logical step to have presence at Web Summit. We share common goals, such as empowering women in tech and sustainability, and both disrupt.

Web Summit 2019 takes place from November 4 – 7, 2019, and will be held in the Altice Arena and FIL, Lisbon, Portugal. To meet us at the event, and learn more about Crust, please fill in the form below.