Presentations

Audience: Beginner
Topic: General

 

NGINX is used by more than 140 million websites as a lightweight way to serve web content. Use it to decrease costs, improve performance and open up bottlenecks in web and application server environments without a major architectural overhaul. In this talk, we'll cover the three most basic use cases of static content delivery, application load balancing, and web proxying with caching; all within Docker containers.  

Audience: Everyone
Topic: Developer

The Open Build Server is a cross-distro, multi architecture platform for building packages from source code into native package formats for a wide number of Linux Distributions. From a single source tarball or source repository like git, you can create rpm and deb packages for all major Linux distributions on all supported hardware architectures.

Audience: Everyone
Topic: General

Open source software has become a dominant player in technology today. From cloud computing to web applications to mobile devices, open source is the de facto standard. But it is not the realization of the free software dream of "free software for everyone". There is little open source on the desktop. Most applications are still developed under a commercial process license, and the biggest players in open source have names like Microsoft, Google, and Paypal. However, this may turn out to be a good thing in the long run as the next generation of coders becomes comfortable with the model.

Topic: openSUSE

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Topic: openSUSE

openSUSE

Topic: openSUSE

openSUSE Town Hall

Audience: Intermediate
Topic: Apache Bigtop

<p>Apache Bigtop is setting the standard for packaging, testing and deployment of leading open source Bigdata components. Started with a focus on the hadoop/hdfs stack Bigtop has grown to include a wide range of components including a new emphasis on deliverables for data-scientists so they can roll their own stacks and keep them up to date with the latest and greatest of the fast moving open source ecosystem.</p>

Audience: Intermediate
Topic: Apache Bigtop

Apache Bigtop acts as the foundation for all major hadoop distributions. Come learn about the various tooling available for testing,packaing and deployment to roll your own Bigdata infrastructure.

Audience: Intermediate
Topic: Cloud

If you’re managing your own infrastructure, you always want to have a reliable and simple way create and maintain server deployment images. Packer is tool for creating virtual machine images in an identical way easily. It can be used to create images for a variety of cloud and virtualization platforms. This session will cover the basics of how you can make an image using Packer. In addition it will cover some more advanced topics with Packer.

Audience: Beginner
Topic: openSUSE

Google Summer of Code is a world wide program organized by Google to get university students involved in it. openSUSE has in the past participated in Google Summer of Code with students contributing code to openSUSE project. In this talk, I will be talking about how Google Summer of Code works and in general how students can work with openSUSE during the period and the best strategies to get them involved them in the project.