Dojo at DevConf.US

The CentOS and Fedora communities will be holding a Dojo on August 16th, 2018 - the day before DevConf.US begins - at Boston University, in the Balcony Room of the George Sherman Union building. MAP. (Look for signage and our greeters at the front door!)

Register (Free)

Register to attend on Eventbrite. (Tickets are free, but we need you to register for planning purposes. Thanks!)

Schedule

(More details coming soon.)

Time

Session

09:00 - 09:50

RHEL, Fedora and CentOS: Solving The Penrose Triangle - Brendan Conoboy

10:00 - 10:25

Anomaly Detection on OpenStack Logs using M.L. - Madhur Gupta & Shatadru Bandyopadhyay

10:30 - 10:55

Kubernetes + CentOS in 15 Minutes - Josh Berkus

11:00 - 11:50

High Performance Computing Evaluate And Plan - Beth Lynn Eicher

12:00 - 12:55

Lunch Break at BU cafeteria or local restaurants

13:00 - 13:50

Introduction to Ceph and Architectural Overview - Federico Lucifredi & Michael Hackett

14:00 - 14:50

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15:00 - 15:25

BU's Share Compute Cluster (SCC) - Augustine Abaris

15:30 - 15:55

rebuilddb at Facebook scale - Marcin Sawicki

16:00 - 16:50

A quick introduction to CentOS PaaS SIG - Ricardo Martinelli de Oliveira

17:00 - 19:00

Community gathering at Cheeky Monkey Brewing

CentOS Presence at DevConf.us

In addition to the Dojo, CentOS will have a presence at DevConf.us in the form of a booth or table. If you are interested in helping to staff that table, please contact Rich - rbowen@centosproject.org - to volunteer. We'll have a schedule signup page as soon as we know more details about what that looks like.

How you can help

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Session Abstracts

RHEL, Fedora and CentOS: Solving The Penrose Triangle - Brendan Conoboy

The relationship between Fedora, RHEL, and CentOS is anything but obvious. Over time the interests of each distro and its patrons have grown and shifted, often filling in gaps and creating opportunities. Join us to hear how Red Hat and RHEL have evolved, why Fedora and CentOS are treasured, and how they fit together. From there we will discuss the road ahead, the problems Red Hat is working on, and the opportunities to work on them together.

A quick introduction to CentOS PaaS SIG - Ricardo Martinelli de Oliveira

Do you use OpenShift Origin on CentOS? Have you ever asked yourself who maintains the packages? Who helps the community? Meet the CentOS PaaS SIG team and let your voice be heard.

Kubernetes + CentOS in 15 Minutes - Josh Berkus

Interested in getting started with Kubernetes, but having trouble installing it on an actual cluster? Yes, it's more confusing than it needs to be, but it's not as hard as it appears. We will walk you through installing a 5-note Kubernetes cluster on CentOS using Kubeadm so that you can move to your next stage of testing. We'll then discuss next steps in building a cluster fit for production.

High Performance Computing Evaluate And Plan - Beth Lynn Eicher

Arcutek is developing a security service called “HEAP” or “HPC Evaluation And Plan” as a complete configuration of security solutions for connection, file ingress/egress, compute, data-atrest and other infrastructure areas. Security for HPC environments is complex and requires a holistic approach to identify, protect, detect, respond and recover from security events. Some vendor-specific guides are available through the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the Center for Internet Security, but no government or industry plan completely encompasses the security of HPC architecture. We endeavor to research common off the shelf products and open source tools which would bring HPC components into compliance with the NIST 800-53A Revision 4 and the “Security Controls Catalog and Assessment Procedures.”

Introduction to Ceph and Architectural Overview - Federico Lucifredi & Michael Hackett

Ceph is an open source distributed object store, network block device, and file system designed for reliability, performance, and scalability. It runs on commodity hardware, has no single point of failure, and is supported in the Linux kernel.

This talk will describe the Ceph architecture, share its design principles, and discuss how it can be part of a cost-effective, reliable cloud stack.

The de-facto standard for OpenStack storage, Ceph is leading the rising tide of Software-defined-Storage.

rebuilddb at Facebook scale - Marcin Sawicki

Systems at Facebook are in the state of constant flux, with rpmdb doing more work (and in harsher conditions) than it probably should. I'd like to talk about how we deal with problems that we keep bringing upon ourselves, how we'd hope to mitigate them in the future, and the work we're doing with the RPM team at RedHat to test new solutions to these problems.

Anomaly Detection on OpenStack Logs using M.L. - Madhur Gupta & Shatadru Bandyopadhyay

In this session I will be talking about how we can use Machine Learning to have anomaly detection on OpenStack logs, which can be further used to automate actions and helpful in root cause analysis.

I will be using an ELK stack to consolidate data from OpenStack into one central machine to be further performed Machine Learning on it.

Events/Dojo/DevConfUS2018 (last edited 2018-08-24 18:14:14 by RichBowen)