|Sep 19 at 10:00AMInstallfest|
|Oct 03 at 10:00AMInstallfest|
|Oct 08 at 07:00PMPLUG East Meeting|
|Oct 15 at 07:00PMLinux Security|
|Oct 17 at 10:00AMInstallfest|
|Oct 20 at 07:00PMFree Software Stammtisch|
|Nov 07 at 10:00AMInstallfest|
|Nov 12 at 07:00PMPLUG East Meeting|
der.hans demonstrated how encrypted traffic is used within an email environment.
Dennis Kibbe presented an SVG based presentation system using Inkscape called sozi
Topic: Salt Stack
Abstract: Are you still managing your Linux servers manually, one by one?
Are you using Puppet, Chef and / or CFEngine to manage your Linux
infrastructure and they having you feel down in the dumps?
If you answered "yes" to any of those questions come to Michael's
SaltStack presentation on Nov 14th. He will be demonstrating SaltStack
basics using Vagrant and then there will be a demonstration of using
SaltStack to orchestrate a chorus of servers around the world!
Bio: Michael was one of the first original seven PLUG members. He hosted
the first Installfest in 1993 featuring the SLS distribution.
Michael has dedicated his career to helping in the automation of
every aspect of IT infrastructure for organizations of all sizes. This
automation has been applied to all portions of the businesses, from
development to operations to customer support.
We have 2 presentation's this month.
Bryan O'Neal will be presenting:
Big Data: MongoDB
Bryan has been in IT for 20 years. He has managed small teams for
developers and operations. He has led architecture for a technology
startup. He has 7 as a DBA, including several conversions from
undocumented, proprietary, embedded databases. His knowledge of many data
platforms ( MongoDB, Cassandra, Redis, MySQL, Hadoop, and many more )
ensures an informative talk.
der.hans will be presenting a short talk on:
Basic Secure Site Verification in Firefox
*Who:* Anyone interested in Linux.
|Location : University of Advancing Technology: 2625 W Baseline,Tempe, AZ 85283 (between 48th and Fry's)|
|We are always happy to see additional volunteers.|
Topic: etckeeper - putting /etc/ into revision control
Abstract: Ever debug a problem for hours just to discover it was a new
typo in a configuration file? Ever have someone (maybe you) bork a conf
file and not realize it for days? Put /etc/ into revision control and
track what changes and when.
etckeeper uses the revision control system of your choice to track changes
in /etc/. It ties into package management systems for automagic checkins
after updates. It also tracks metadata such as permissions and ownership
that revision control systems usually do not track.
Bio: der.hans is the founder of the Free Software Stammtisch, Chairman for
PLUG and repeat speaker for SCaLE. He's a DBA at Limelight Networks and
moonlights as an adjunct instructor at Mesa Community College.
In his free time he likes to go camping, learn about sustainable culture
and annually not set himself on fire. He is slowly learning gardening and
loves to brag about his grandma's cheesecakes and Spätzle.