CentOS Dojo at Phoenix, 10th May 2013, 9:30am @GoDaddy Studios, Scottsdale

A one day sysadmin centric learning and sharing experience

The CentOS Dojo's are a one day event, organised around the world, that bring together people from the CentOS Communities to talk about systems administration, best practises in linux centric activities and emerging technologies of note. The emphasis is to find local speakers and tutors to come together and talk about things that they care about most, and to share stories from their experiences working with CentOS in various scenarios.

Venue Sponsors [http://inside.godaddy.com/ ]

Registration

In order to keep the sessions productive, the number of seats available are limited. We encourage everyone to register as early as possible. This also gives us a good chance to make sure we have a T-Shirt for you on the day with the right size! Thats right, every attendee gets their own exclusive CentOS Dojo T-Shirts.

Registrations are running via Event Brite Click Here to Register Now; We have an early bird ticket price of $30 ( through to 30th Apr 2013 ), and a regular priced $40. Registrations close on the 9th May 2013, however please register as early as you can.

Registration cost includes light refreshments on the day, a full Lunch and an exclusive CentOS Dojo T-shirt, note: this is a not for profit event. Ticket sales are recycled into costs for the event.

Speakers and Agenda

The event kicks off at 9:00am for registration, with the talks starting at 9:30am.

Confirmed speakers at the event :

der.hans

der.hans

Bash and SSH tricks your grandma never told you about: SSH, the orginal VPN, is also the multitool of VPNs. Tunnel backwards and forwards, double-tunnel, proxy, forward GUI programs. Send data without ftp or sftp. Automagically set up remote environments. Run multiple SSH sessions in parallel.

Jeremy Carroll

Metrics at Pinterest: At Pinterest metrics instrumentation and presentation has been an increasingly vital as our systems scale. In this talk we will cover the challenges of running a high volume metrics collection system using Open Source tools. Detailed information about how the system scaled over time and the current challenges of piecing together performance data in a distributed system.

Joe Miller

Practical uses of the Sensu monitoring framework: Sensu is the "monitoring router" built for code-driven cloud infrastructure. We will cover a quick introduction on what Sensu is and how it works then explore some real world usage examples.

Mike Dorman

Leveraging CentOS and Xen for the Go Daddy private cloud: How we collaborated with the CentOS and Xen projects to build a next-generation platform at Go Daddy. Discussion of the design considerations, infrastructure, succes stories and challenges of this paradigm change

Mike McLane

Performance Tuning as a Web Hosting Provider: Presentation of experiences with open source and home-brewed tools to measure the performance of web hosting servers. Covers our journey through CentOS kernel tuning, application tweaks, and discoveries we made along the way.

Rashid Khan

Logging Love: Build a log analysis system with Logstash, Elasticsearch and Kibana In this session we'll introduce an open source logging infrastructure built around Logstash. This includes building the base for an infrastructure wide log analysis system including collection, processing, storage, search and analytics.

Rob Herring

Linux Enablement for Calxeda ARM Servers - Calxeda is bringing revolutionary efficiency to the data center, leveraging ultra-low power ARM processors as the foundation for next generation server designs. Enabled by a rapidly expanding ecosystem of software partners and integrators, Calxeda is targeting large scale-out applications such as web serving, scalable analytics, and cloud storage.

Location

The CentOS Dojo, Phoenix 2013 is going to be held at

GoDaddy.com Studios
14455 N Hayden Rd #219
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Sponsoring

Thanks to Wayne Thayer, JR Jasperson and the GoDaddy.com crew for sponsoring as well as putting together this Dojo.

We have sponsorship opportunities available, please get in touch with us at Donate address for more details. NOTE: This is a not for profit event, all funds raised as a part of the CentOS Dojo effort are rolled into the CentOS promo fund and will be used for further CentOS Dojo Events. For contributions towards this event and future Dojo's please also consider buying the Sponsor tickets at the registration page at http://centosdojophoenix.eventbrite.co.uk/

Events/Dojo/Phoenix2013 (last edited 2013-05-06 12:07:12 by KaranbirSingh)