We are happy to announce a final agenda for the CentOS Dojo Barcelona 2015. We have an exciting list of speakers we’re sure you won’t want to miss!
- 13:45-14:30 Fabian Arrotin – SELinux policies with your cfgmgmt solution
- 14:30-15:15 Jorge Morales – Repeatable Processes for Building Secure Containers
- 15:15-16:00 Daniel Lobato – Automate IT services with Foreman
- 16:00-16:30 Coffee Break
- 16:30-17:15 Javier Fontan – Customizing Virtual Machine Images
- 17:15-18:00 Roger Pau Monne – Virtualization on CentOS Linux
Fabian Arrotin – SELinux policies with your cfgmgmt solution
SELinux is your friend, not your enemy! In this talk we’ll see how you can manage SELinux with your cfgmgmgt solution. (We’ll cover both Ansible and Puppet.) We’ll see how to modify contexts/booleans but also build and distribute custom SELinux policies on your managed nodes.
Jorge Morales – Repeatable Processes for Building Secure Containers
Building Docker images is easy, that’s why there are over 45,000 public images on Docker Hub today albeit only 100 ‘official’ images. Creating reproducible, secure images from source that are easily maintained and updated takes a bit more planning and automation. In this session, you’ll learn what it takes to create a successful (and secure) build strategy.
Daniel Lobato – Automate IT services with Foreman
Foreman is a GPL-licensed lifecycle infrastructure management tool that takes care of provisioning, configuring and monitoring your hosts. It started simple, but now it has a very active community and a plugin ecosystem that allows you to handle multiple configuration management systems, remote execution, rpms content management and more. In this talk Daniel Lobato will show you how Foreman can help you automate your data center operations, and how to introduce it in your company.
Javier Fontan – Customizing Virtual Machine Images
Javier has been a key contributor to the opennebula effort for many years and has more recently helped as a founding member to bootstrap the CentOS Cloud Infra Special Interest Group. As a part of this effort, he’s been helping OpenNebula content and code be easily available to all CentOS Linux users. During this session he will give us some tips on how to automate the customization of VM images for your needs. Also some methods on how to optimize your images will be discussed.
Roger Pau Monne – Getting started with Virtualisation on CentOS Linux
Roger has been a part of the Xen development team for many years and works on the upstream open source team at Citrix. In this session he will run through what it takes to get started with virtualisation on CentOS.
Read more information about the event at https://wiki.centos.org/Events/Dojo/Barcelona2015
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