Esta presentacion fue presentado en CampusLink 2.0. Fue la primera vez que yo he hablado profesionalmente en EspaÃ±ol. DisfrutÃ© esta experiencia demasiado y espero tener la oportunidad hacerlo de nueva en aÃ±os futuros.
This presentation walks through some of the software development processes used to develop Shiva, a mass ssh client. The development of Shiva was used as a teaching aid for a class taught at Ohio Linux Fest 2012. Shiva was used to demonstrate concepts such as good command line interface design, testing, configuration design and advanced features of Bash, such as background functions. This presentation and associated class were developed to help systems adminsitrators think more like developers.
This presentation overviews RHEL, Glusterfs, and the FUSE client. It was created for the Akron Linux User Group in May. There was a quick presentation followed by a demonstration using four virtual machines running RHEL 6.2. Three of the virtual machines were used as a Glusterfs storage pool using the open source RPMs. The fourth virtual machine was used to mount the storage pool using the FUSE client. I demonstrated the resilience of Glusterfs by pausing one of the Glusterfs storage pool nodes while the client was still connected. Since a distributed/replicated Glusterfs volume was used, the client paused for a short amount of time, then showed a listing of a directory with 1000 files in it. This was all done while the mount command on the client node showed the paused Glusterfs node being mounted, magicalâ€¦
This presentation was created for the Pittsburgh Perl Workshop 2011. It gives an overview of a fairly sophisticated set of criteria to build a large Nagios installation.
Abstract Linux Systems Administration for Power Users: This presentation was created for the Oct, 2010 Akron Linux Users Group. This presentation is given from the angle, what do I do when I am in a bind. At some point all computers break. Since Linux is fairly stable, it can be intimidating when something important does
Abstract This presentation was created for the PyOhio 2010 conference. It gives an overview of Artificial Ignorance, command line graphing, and word counts with petit. It also gives a quick examples of weekly and monthly reporting when dealing with a syslog server which records switch, router, firewall, and server logs. Presentation
Abstract This presentation was created for the Akron Linux Users Group in 2009. This is an overview of how I apply the telco model of FCAPS to running a commercial data center. It also overviews open source pieces of software that cover each of the elements of FCAPS. I envision a future presentation which presents
I will be giving an introduction to DevOps ((http://dev2ops.org/blog/2010/2/22/what-is-devops.html)) and the DevOps Toolchain ((http://code.google.com/p/devops-toolchain/wiki/DevOps)) at the Akron Linux Users Group (ALUG) ((http://groups.google.com/group/AkronLUG/web/alug-home-page)), held at the New Era Restaurant at 10 Massillon Rd. Akron Ohio (See map below) Often development and operations seem to have competing goals. Development is the gas, while operations is often perceived
Abstract This presentation was created for the MySQL User Group of Cleveland 2009. It contains lessons learned and features necessary for deployment of MySQL replication and Redhat Clustered MySQL using DRBD. To deploy a production grade version of these solutions, many systems must be tied together including, performance and fault management. Presentation MySQL Replication
Abstract This presentation was created for the Akron Linux Users Group in September 2009. It is a brief overview of several home grown tools and several from the wild. All of the tools used in this presentation are freely down-loadable and all but DejaClick are Open Source. This presentation enumerates philosophy and applied techniques in