Crate is an open-source project which adds a SQL layer on top of ElasticSearch. It allows to use ElasticSearch as a distributed and fault-tolerant SQL database which supports partitioning and sharding.
The presentation will go over the Crate architecture and features. A demonstration will show the power of distributed SQL queries, scaling capabilities and the auto-healing feature of Crate.
Nomad is a single binary go application for controlling the placement of containers across multiple hosts via descriptive configurations called jobs. This talk will provide an introduction for Nomad via a live demo of interacting with nomad, deploying applications, scaling them up and load balancing them. This demo should introduce not only cluster schedulers, but also distributed key/value systems, service discovery, and automated infrastrucuture.
World Possible develops and maintains RACHEL, a Remote Area Community Hotspot for Education and Learning. RACHEL is an infinitely scalable virtual server, or small Linux based portable server, that provides key Creative Commons educational resources to developing communities that lack internet access. RACHEL makes available offline versions of Wikipedia, The Khan Academy, CK-12 textbooks, UNESCO Library, Hesperian Health Guides and other educational resources by packaging them on a flash drive.
This talk is a hands-on walk through of deploying a complete cloud-based application on an OpenStack cloud using Ansible. Starting from provisioning the compute nodes, networking, then going through deploying applications and their dependencies and, finally, monitoring the application.
The session will highlight some of the new features of Anisble 2.0 and discuss best practices in managing and securing the deployment pipeline. Furthermore, we will discuss how to use Ansible as an orchestration layer alongside other configuration management tools like Puppet and Chef.
Discussion about traditional copyrights and the new trend of using open source licenses, open patents, open access, etc. to overcome the limitations traditional copyrights place on technological development.
openQA is a new technology, first developed by the openSUSE project and now also used by SUSE for automatic software testing of the SUSE Linux Enterprise Products. This session will give an introduction to openQA's capabilities, discuss the benefits of its use in modern software development, and suggest ideas to attendees as how it could be used for testing their software, operating systems, or virtual machine images.
Let's swap stories of successes, failures, surprises, lessons learned, and what you wished you knew when you first started out. If you have a battle story, come and share it. If you’re just getting starting, stop by and bring your questions.
In this presentation I discuss the following: - FedRamp Compliance use-case - hardened configuration management profiles - HIDS via Project "Argos" - File Integrity Monitoring - CIS Compliance Auditing - osquery integration (https://osquery.io/)
This talk will provide an overview of some common free software licenses. It will also provide an overview of what it means for licenses to be compatible, as well as some examples of incompatible licenses.