In this educational session, John Curran, President and CEO of ARIN will discuss how Linux IT professionals can prepare for IPv6, the benefits of adopting now, and the available resources to help communicate the value of IPv6 to their organizations.
What kind of database do you need?
Keep a Microsoft Windows desktop, but save money by using GNU/Linux to implement it. Save even more money by switching to Free Software applications. Employees don't have a visible difference on their desktops. Companies get to save money and IT effort.
It's not possible to scale a site like Facebook simply by sharding your databases, learn why we developed or contributed to a series of open source infrastructure technologies such as Cassandra, Hive, Haystack, memcached, MySQL, PHP, Scribe, and Thrift.
Drizzle, Scaling MySQL for the Web
A brief introduction to Seaside - a revolutionary web framework running on most of the current open source and commercial Smalltalk implementations
We examine the use of XMPP to manage hundreds of servers in various environments.
Learn about what it takes to run a business based on open source software from someone who has made his living at it for over 8 years.
Participants will learn about Sugar's wonderful educational Activities and how to bring them to their own classroom through purchase of XO machines from OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) or using free usb downloads for the intel computers they already have.
Hands-On with Sugar on a Stick