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CentOS Dojo @ IBM Forum

CentOS

Friday, January 31, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (CET)

Brussels, Belgium

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CentOS Dojo @ IBM Forum Brussels, Belgium
Pre-FOSDEM Technical Event
31 January 2014

Schedule

CentOSDojo@IBM
Timeslot Track 1 (Delvaux) Track 2 (Magrite) Track 3 (Ensor)
09:00 09:30 Welcome : Linux @ IBM (Franz Bourlet)
 
09:30 12:15 CentOS, the relationship, the road ahead, CentOS on PowerPC, CentOS-QA (CentOS Team)  
12:15 13:15 LUNCH
13:15 14:15 IBM zCloud ( Frank Heimes ) Centralized and structured log file analysis ( Jens Kuehnel ) RDO and Centos cloud SIG ( Padraig Brady )
14:15 15:15 Enterprise Linux for x86 and PowerPC
( Alain Rykaert - Maarten Thoelen )
Fuel, puppet, astute orchestration overview and demo ( Matthew Mosesohn )  Cloud Instance Hackathon
16:15 16:30 BREAK
15:30 16:30 The Future of System Administration ( Kris Buytaert ) CentOS and SELinux ( Toshaan Bharvani )
Cloud Instance Hackathon
16:30 17:30 Lifecycle management with Foreman ( Julien Pivotto ) GlusterFS and Open Storage ( John Mark Walker ) Cloud Instance Hackathon
17:30 18:00 SOCIAL + CLOSING
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IBM Forum
Bourgetlaan 42
1130 Brussels
Belgium

Friday, January 31, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (CET)


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CentOS

CentOS is an Enterprise Linux distribution based on a rebuild of the freely available sources from Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The rebuild process strives to remove encumbered trademarked images and make other minimal changes as to the binary update network, but should generally perform identically to the upstream's product, even to matching behaviors considered un-addressed bugs. Each CentOS version is supported for up to 10 years (by means of security updates -- the duration of the support interval has varied over time as the release policy as to upstream Source RPM changes). A new CentOS version is released approximately every 2 years and each CentOS version is periodically updated (roughly every 6 months) to support newer hardware. This results in a secure, low-maintenance, reliable, predictable and reproducible Linux environment

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