Welcome to the CentOS Dojo Aldershot Live Blog. Follow the live video and text feed from the day’s events on this page.
When tweeting please use the hashtag #CentOSDojo.
This event brings together people from the CentOS Communities to talk about systems administration, best practises and emerging technologies. You can read more about the event and the speakers on the CentOS Dojo event page.
Here’s the link to the FreeIPA project. We’re starting to use this more and more ourselves, it helps us meet the enhanced security requirements of our clients. http://www.freeipa.org/page/Main_Page
Don’t get monkeys to do your cabling – good tip.
No vendor drivers sounds good to me.
Infiniband works with CentOS out of the box? Awesome!
Did you just see Star Wars? I definitely just saw Star Wars…
It sounds like Jon and Etsy work in an Agile way. Would be interested to learn more.
Here’s the kickstart https://github.com/jonlives/centosdojo_resources/blob/master/centosdojo.ks
Here’s the GitHub link Jon just mentioned https://github.com/jonlives/centosdojo_resources
Fingers crossed for Jon’s live demo! Looking good so far. Interesting to see a drill down into how it is built.
Nice quick deployment process then
Lots of good questions from the audience after this talk.
Information about btrfs is here: https://btrfs.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Main_Page
The dulcet tones of Paul Maunders there!
Interesting to hear that Red Hat are now heavily backing OpenStack with 20 developers working to contribute to the project.
We use Openstack to power our private cloud product MicroStack. http://catn.com/microstack
A windows-ism? Nice!
Good question about XenServer being built for use on Arm. Xen already works on Arm, the plan is to get XenServer packages working in the near future.
Good to hear that XenServer is aiming to become a “good open source citizen”!
Really helpful terminology slide from David Scott.
“I love watching Yum working!” Great quote from David Scott
Dave Scott’s Twitter account is here: https://twitter.com/mugofsoup
Check out the XenServer homepage for more information http://www.xenserver.org/
Off we go, looking forward to a great day of talks.
Great to see so many people getting ready to follow the live stream. Enjoy the show guys. Only 5 minutes or so until we get started.
The countdown has started for the first talks. We’re planning on getting started at 10am. Remember to use the #CentOSDojo hash tag when tweeting the event!
I will be live blogging on the day so check this page for updates and links from the talks.