Half april organiseerde Sue wederom het Sue Unix Event, kortweg SUE. Sprekers uit binnen- en buitenland hebben de zeer technische onderwerpen tot in detail behandeld. Een impressie van SUE 2016 vindt u hieronder.
Sprekers bewegen dynamisch door hun verhaal door het kennisniveau en vragen van de aanwezigen.
Het Sue Unix Event werd gehouden op 14 en 15 april 2016 in ons pand te Geldermalsen.
Keynote; HTTP/2 is here and this is what you need to know about it.
Ripe measuring the internet.
Using Wireshark Command Line Tools & Scripting
|Suse storage workshop|
Turning SELinux on?
|Suse storage workshop|
What's new in systemd in 2016.
Informatie over onze sprekers, hun achtergrond en onderwerp zijn in het Engels opgesteld.
Daniel Stenberg (http://daniel.haxx.se/) is employed by Mozilla. He participated in the HTTP/2 work within the IETF and has hands-on experience with several HTTP/2 implementations. He is perhaps best known as the maintainer and lead developer of curl and libcurl. Daniel is also the author of "http2 explained".
HTTP/2 is here and this is what you need to know about it.
HTTP/2 is the new version of the web's and the Internet's most important and widely used protocol. RFC 7540 shipped in May 2015 and is deployed across the Internet in servers and clients. Daniel will explain what it entails, why it matters, how widespread its use already is today and what might be up next in HTTP land.
Since 2003, Poettering has worked on more than 40 software projects mainly written in C. He is the initiator, developer and maintainer of several Free Software projects. These have been widely adopted in many Linux distributions, most notably the sound middleware PulseAudio (started in 2004), the networking solution Avahi (started in 2005) and since 2010 the system startup system systemd.
Vesna Manojlovic is the Senior Community Builder at Ripe NCC with a focus on measurement tools. She joined the RIPE NCC as a Trainer in 1999. In 2003, she took responsibility for developing and delivering advanced courses such as RPSL, Routing Registry, DNSSEC and IPv6. In 2008, she led efforts to establish IPv6 RIPEness as a measure of IPv6 deployment among LIRs. In 2011, she joined the Science Division as Manager of the Measurements Community Building team.
Vesna will give an introduction to RIPE Atlas features, and engage participants in hands-on practical exercises. Focus will be on RIPE Atlas CLI tools, as the newest interface to RIPE Atlas. In addition to web-forms & API, you can now create & view the measurements from the terminal! CLI Toolset is free & open source software, you can contribute to it and/or modify it yourself; however, it is maintained by RIPE NCC developers.
The talk could be interactive if you'd like.
Prepare and bring your laptop. Create a Ripe/NCC access account and install the CLI tools.
Miroslav is SElinux developer from Redhat. He is currently in charge of SElinux.
Turning SELinux on?
Did you turn on SELinux in your production environment? Are you aware of the purpose of SELinux? Are you familiar with the core SELinux principles? Miroslav will explain what SELinux can do for you and will describe core technical principles that help you to be successful with turning on SELinux.
Sake Blok, a Wireshark/Ethereal devotee since 1999, is the founder of SYN-bit in the Netherlands. In 2006, Sake started to add code to Wireshark for the functionality he was missing. He also started to fix Wireshark bugs that were reported on Bugzilla. This work on Wireshark resulted in an invitation from Gerald Combs to join the Core Development Team, which he joined in 2007.
Using Wireshark command line tools & scripting.
In this session, Sake takes you on a tour to all Wireshark Command Line Tools. He will show you how to use dumpcap to capture packets for months, use editcap to split and alter trace files, use mergecap to merge capture files into one file, use capinfos for quick info on trace files and of course use tshark to generate custom output and some handy statistics. To take things one step further, Sake will show you how to integrate the Wireshark CLI tools with some standard CLI commands to create magical results that can't be created with the Wireshark GUI.
A London-based Technical Consultant at SUSE, focused on implementing open source technologies for the financial sector throughout EMEA. His interests include OpenStack cloud, software-defined storage and security hardening. He can be found on Twitter as @raganello
Delegates will be guided through some hands-on exercises with SUSE's implementation of Ceph, SES (SUSE Enterprise Storage), such as configuring an iSCSI gateway to present SES-hosted storage to a client; benchmarking a cluster, and examining resilience features as it recovers from node and disk failures.
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