LinuxCon 2012 Presentation by Mark Burgess
by Nili Gafni - June 29, 2012
We will be holding some sessions at LinuxCon in San Diego this summer and will be very happy to see you there!
We just got a 15% off coupon to give away, but you need to act fast - it is good for the first 10 attendees and then it expires. The code is LFSD12345 - use it when you register for LinuxCon 2012 here.
We wanted to share the abstract of Mark's session:
Scaling configuration management across data center and cloud
(aka "How to deploy 10,000 machines and still be home for dinner")
The days of large IT organizations maintaining systems manually are ending. Today's infrastructure is dynamic, personalized, and malleable. IT infrastructure has become incredibly flexible and complicated as it increasingly uses cloud computing infrastructure in combination with traditional data-centers. To manage such hybrid infrastructures, organizations need configuration management solutions that enable system administrators to deploy and move workloads with ease, without disruption and with consistent behavior across the physical and virtual platforms.
This presentation is for infrastructure architects, system administrators and software developers. Mark will discuss the present and future challenges of managing IT infrastructure and will review scenarios and strategies to scale hybrid infrastructures from a few to thousands or even millions of nodes, while ensuring reliability and compliance for all nodes throughout their entire life cycle.
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