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Is your infrastructure compliant?
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Hubble is a modular, open-source security compliance framework built on top of SaltStack. The project provides on-demand profile-based auditing, real-time security event notifications, automated remediation, alerting and reporting.
They say the best way to learn something is to be able to teach it. With the technology changing so fast it can seem like as soon as we learn one thing, it is out the door and something else is coming along. Before we know it we find ourselves lost again starting over with something new.
This hands-on workshop will take you through the process of putting together your first Ignite talk. We will pick topics in the class, and everyone will build their talks together. You will present several iterations of your talk to individual members of the class as you learn how to break a big idea into smaller discrete pieces, practice your timing, and get comfortable speaking about your topic. This is a fast paced workshop that alternates between brief periods of instruction and extended periods of guided independent work. Bring a laptop, your favorite slide software & a bottle of water.
In this talk I will take you on a trip to the front lines of change in the tech industry. I've been working with youth around the world from some of the most surprising countries introducing them to programming, web design and hardware hacking. Starting out programming when I was 10 and with 4 kids that all started around the same age I understand the mind of our youth that desire more than to be placated with an iPad or school laptop.
In this tutorial you will learn how to use libFuzzer -- a coverage-guided in-process fuzzing engine to better secure your code. You will also learn basics of AddressSanitizer -- a dynamic memory error detector for C/C++. Finally, you will learn about the OSS-Fuzz continuous fuzzing service.
Prerequisites: experience with C/C++ and Unix shell.
Pre-work: Follow http://tutorial.libfuzzer.info#setup-the-environment
to set up a VM (preferred) or a docker image for this tutorial.
This talk is for people who want to understand how PostgreSQL shares information among processes using shared memory. The talk covers the internal data page format, usage of the shared buffers, locking methods, and various other shared memory data structures.
The share of Linux systems in datacenters and cloud deployments continues to grow rapidly while Active Directory remains to be the main identity and authentication hub. Extracting most value from both technologies is a challenge. The presentation provides an overview of the available options and best practices to integrate Linux/UNIX systems into Active Directory environment and enables Linux administrators and solution architects to start integration projects right away.
I have created a 3D virtual reality basketball game and a zombie shooting game. My latest game I am working on is a game that integrates the work I have done with “R” and baseball statistics. In this session, I will demo the code that I used to create these games and will also do a virtual reality demo for the audience using my HTC Vive. All of my code will be available in my Github account.
Internet-in-a-Box is a revolutionary community education approach, to packing all the world's best open learning into inexpensive knowledge hotspots. We empower schools, libraries, clinics and individuals the world over, when Internet is not possible, in developing countries especially. We will describe some big steps forward the project in now taking -- in the footsteps of One Laptop Per Child where we began ths fascinating journey a decade ago -- and how conscientious citizens of all kind can now partake as librarians for our planet!