Keeping the infrastructure maintainable
Most DevOps organizations have systems configuration management in place, but not many have begun to automate their network. In this session Edmunds will present on how their DevOps organization has started to automate network configuration with an open-source framework that exposes content routing and load balancer management to web applications.
A basic introduction to Python scripting.
Python is still building up steam as the programming language of the future, and is especially good for systems work. This talk will simply be a demonstrative introduction to the language and its uses. We will cover how to get a script running, interactive python, basic object types, functions and classes. We'll also take a look at how to obtain modules, and cover a few basic ones.
An introduction to Cfengine, the open source configuration management tool with the longest track record, a large user base, and cutting edge features.
Modern system administration automates configuration managementby using state of the art tools. This is an introduction to Cfengine, the open source configuration management tool with the longest track record, a large user base, and cutting edge features. System administrators will gain an understanding of Cfengine 3, including its syntax and benefits, and will be able to start using it immediately.
Open Source Visual Learning Tools
Etoys is a visual tool for teaching children powerful ideas. It can be used to create active essays, do simulations, program games etc. Etoys is free software written in Squeak Smalltalk and has a world-wide community. Its most notable deployment is on OLPC XO laptops under Sugar as well as Gnome, but Etoys runs identically on all major computing platforms, including Mac OS X and Windows.
An introduction to getting IPv6 going on your Linux System
Now that the IPv4 free pool is exhausted (or will be very soon), expanding your network or connecting to new or expanding networks is going to require that you be able to use IPv6. Learn how to configure and use IPv6 on a Linux system and get your critical services speaking IPv6.
Large-scale systems management presents challenges that most tools just don't handle gracefully. Learn how OpenNMS, a 100% FLOSS platform designed to manage tens of thousands of nodes from a single instance, can help make the job suck less.
This talk covers the system management capabilities of OpenNMS, a 100% Free Software framework for network, system, and application management that was designed from the outset to manage tens of thousands of nodes from a single instance.
Discuss software options that will allow you to set up your own home theater PC. (HTPC)
We will go over which software options there are for running your own HTPC on Linux, and compare the benefits and downsides of commercial software vs. free software. We will touch on media streamers such as the Roku, Boxee box, Apple TV, Popbox, and others to compare situations where those may be better solutions for your needs and what features they can bring to the table.
An overview about how public schools and an private college in Brazil are facing and working with Linux from the fundamental education to the high technology degree.
An overview about how public schools and a private college in Brazil are facing and working with Linux. Guided by the Federal Educational Government Program - Linux Educacional, public schools work with Linux to help support free software culture and its benefits to the fundamental education. A private college uses and develops opensource in IT and Social Communications courses.
A look into differences of Linux on mobile devices
Linux is rapidly filling the needs of the mobile and energy aware world. While in the realm of embedded Linux, tablets, phones, and other mobile devices are seen as hybrids between desktop and embedded. This session will discuss the additional considerations that developers need to be aware of when migrating to mobile, along with why Linux is uniquely suited for this use.