Gluster blog stories provide high-level spotlights on our users all over the world
FOSDEM is over, but a bunch of us are still in Europe this week for Infrastructure.Next, which is going on today in Ghent, and DevConf.cz in Brno this weekend. Planning ahead for later this month, you’ll find a bunch of us in sunny Los Angeles for the Thirteenth Annual Southern California Linux Expo (a.k.a., SCALE13x). You’ll see us on the expo floor, at the Infrastructure.Next event, and giving lots of talks:
Introduction to OpenStack by Rich Bowen
Solving the Package Problem (Or Making it Infinitely Worse?) by Joe Brockmeier
Solving (NP-Hard) Scheduling Problems with oVirt and OptaPlanner by Jason Brooks
Understanding FOSS licenses (without a lawyer) by Tom Callaway
Gluster Quickstart by Thomas Cameron
Community Building the Open Source Way by Jason Hibbets
Linux Charcuterie – How the distribution sausage is made by Ian McLeod
Why Scale Up is Like Star Trek and Scale Out is Like Star Wars by Brian Proffitt
Makers: The Next Frontier for Open Source by Ruth Suehle
The Key to Open Source Innovation by John Mark Walker
Storage Tiering and Erasure Coding in Ceph by Sage Weil
Composing with Containers by Ryan Jarvinen
Linux Desktop: When is our year? by Levente Kurusa
If you live in the L.A. area and you’re are interested in what Red Hat is doing at SCALE, consider joining the Southern California Red Hat User Group (RHUG). Here are some of the upcoming Red Hat meetups in Southern California:
Thu Feb 19 – Introduction to Red Hat and OpenShift (cohosted with Cal Poly Pomona) in Pomona, CA (East LA)
Sat Feb 21 – DevOps with Red Hat (BoF session at SCALE x13) in El Segundo, CA (West LA)
Thu Feb 26 – DevOps with Red Hat (cohost with CSU San Marcos ACM) in San Marcos, CA (first one in San Diego county!)
Thu Mar 12 – DevOps with Red Hat using OpenShift (cohosted with OC JUG) in Irvine, CA (OC South County)
Tue Mar 31 – DevOps with Red Hat (cohosted with UCLA ACM) in Westwood, CA (West LA/Silicon Beach)
RSVP for an event for find out more on the RHUG Meetup page.
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