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In this webinar, Benjamin Zores, Android Platform Architect and Technical Writer, will show embedded systems engineers and engineering leaders how the Android operating system compares to traditional embedded Linux systems. We'll help you understand whether or not you should start your next product design with Android through an introduction to Android operating system internals, Android's complete divergence with embedded Linux systems design, the reasons for Android's attraction in the industry, Android's under-the-hood flaws and weaknesses.
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This webinar is designed to provide you with insights on best practices when moving to a Linux environment. We'll demonstrate how high availability is provided in software vs. hardware and will also examine solutions for automated deployment and software life-cycle management and how you can leverage cloud computing tools.You'll learn best practices, tools and concepts for moving to commodity hardware with Linux, including: examining the available software projects for Linux, automated provisioning for large scale out deployments, system life-cycle management best practices working with Linux vendors and the Linux community to support mission critical applications.

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While today's enterprise Linux environments rely on products from Red Hat, SUSE, Canonical and others, they also frequently rely on systems and software that were developed in-house. Managing the large scale installation, configuration and deployment of these systems is detailed in our Linux Enterprise Automation (LF430) course. A key topic covered in this Linux training course is how to create custom software repositories that allow your system administrators to easily pull software from a variety of sources, both public and private. In this Linux training tutorial, we'll teach you how to set up a yum repository and populate it with your own packages, which help make installation a breeze.
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Some of the top reasons that companies use embedded Linux include the cost, the license (GPL, BSD), the availability of the source code or even the accessibility of Linux talent. This tutorial will take industry leaders through some best practices and key considerations when considering building a project with embedded Linux.
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In this Linux training video, Linux Foundation training instructor Jan-Simon Möller takes you through how to set up and use debugging tool Ftrace to explore what's happening inside the Linux Kernel.
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This tutorial introduces PowerTop and explains how to install and use the tool to diagnose the power consumption of your system. Covered are the available monitoring features, the calibration and the advanced options.
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In this tutorial, Linux kernel developer and Linux Foundation fellow Greg Kroah-Hartman talks about writing USB kernel drivers, with an on-stage practical demonstration.
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In this Linux training tutorial by Training Program Director Jerry Cooperstein, you'll learn how to build and load device drivers in the Linux kernel. Cooperstein first demonstrates how a working character driver is loaded and deployed and then takes you under-the-hood for a closer look at the code. Much of the material in this Linux training tutorial is covered more comprehensively in the Developing Linux Device Drivers (LF331) course.
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Free "taste of training" from The Linux Foundation's Training Program Director Jerry Coopersten. Generating Kernel Core Dumps is a brief tutorial extracted from LF320: Linux Kernel Internals and Debugging. We discuss the interaction of kexec and kdump, how to configure your system to generate kernel core dumps and examine them with the crash utility.

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Curious about OpenStack but not exactly sure how to get started? Join us for an interactive webinar on Thursday, February 25th at 11:00am Pacific where our guest Tim Serewicz will discuss all things OpenStack. In this session we’ll cover what problems OpenStack solves, the history, the hurdles, and why OpenStack is worth the effort.
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This "taste of training" from The Linux Foundation's Training Program Director Jerry Coopersten. This 20-minute clips provides useful information on "Interrupt Handling: Deferrable Functions and User Drivers." The course covers top halves and bottom halves, methods for implementing bottom halves, how to create your own kernel threads, the most recent API for threaded interrupt handlers and how to do interrupt handling from inside user space instead of the kernel module.

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The Linux kernel, at over 6 million lines of code and well over 1000 active contributors, is one of the largest and most active free software projects in existence. Since its humble beginning in 1991, this kernel has evolved into a best-of-breed operating system component which runs on pocket-sized digital music players, desktop PCs, the largest supercomputers in existence, and all types of systems in between. It is a robust, efficient, and scalable solution for almost any situation. With the growth of Linux has come an increase in the number of developers (and companies) wishing to participate in its development. Hardware vendors want to ensure that Linux supports their products well, making those products attractive to Linux users. Embedded systems vendors, who use Linux as a component in an integrated product, want Linux to be as capable and well-suited to the task at hand as possible. Distributors and other software vendors who base their products on Linux have a clear interest in the capabilities, performance, and reliability of the Linux kernel. And end users, too, will often wish to change Linux to make it better suit their needs. Join Jon Corbet as he helps developers and their managers learn more about participating in the Linux community and how to avoid frustrating experiences.
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The use of Linux in embedded products has skyrocketed in the last decade. In this free webinar, you will learn the basics of getting started in Embedded Linux Development and a short overview of best practices. You will gain familiarity with choosing the required methods and tools necessary to do efficient embedded Linux development and develop insight into potential stumbling blocks. Note: This webinar is only 30 minutes. If you are interested in a longer, hands-on and intensive course, we offer a 5-day Embedded Linux Development course.
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Join kernel maintainer James Bottomley as he introduces you to Git, the version control system designed by and for the Linux kernel development community. Learn about the history of Git and some of the basic functionality, including a brief demo. If you require more in-depth instruction on Git, please check out our Developing with Git course.
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The Btrfs filesystem is maturing into a stable and high performance filesystem for a broad range of workloads. The webinar will focus on demonstrating RAID5 and RAID6 as well as recently completed features in the filesystem and would be valuable to anyone interested in the technical details of the filesystem.
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With all of the advancements in Linux virtualization in the last 10 years, there are a wide array of virtualization options available to manage storage, workloads, energy usage, complexity and costs. It is no longer a question of whether or not to deploy virtualization, it is a question of which workloads you should virtualize and which solutions should be considered. In this tutorial, kernel developer Christoph Hellwig provides a overview of virtualization in Linux using KVM.
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Are you ready to try out a Linux distribution for the first time? In this introductory Linux training video tutorial, Darren Siaw walks you through step by step in installing Ubuntu Linux in a virtual machine using VirtualBox. Using virtual machines is a great way to try out new and different Linux distributions. This presentation will show you how to set up a new instance of a virtual machine, configure it and then install a Linux distribution. For a more detailed understanding of how Linux works, check out the 4-day Introduction to Linux (LF202) course.
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In this Linux training video, Dr. Chris Brown discusses the basics of packet filtering and how you can use them to build a firewall. The material that is presented in this tutorial is covered in great detail in our Linux Network Management (LF342) course.
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In this introductory tutorial, high-availability expert Florian Haas walks you through geographical redundancy in high-availability clusters. Combining the Pacemaker cluster stack with the Booth geo-redundancy arbitrator, Florian spins up a Drupal 7 site in London and automatically cuts it over to Singapore. To learn how to successfully design, implement, provision, maintain and administer Linux-based high-availability clusters to support mission-critical workloads, considering enrolling in our High Availability Linux Architecture (LF422) training course.
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Under most modern web server environments, it is a common to have several unrelated websites share a common physical server. This is made possible by Apache's virtual hosts, which is an important concept that all Linux system administrator should master before deploying web servers. This free one-hour Linux training webinar is designed to show you what a Linux Foundation training course is like by diving deep into how to deploy Apache virtual hosts in Linux. We'll discuss the key strategies that can help your enterprise environment maximize hardware and network resource usage dedicated to web servers. You'll learn the concepts and practical examples that will let you implement: Name-based virtual hosts, which let you have more than one website per IP address, IP-based virtual hosts, which require one IP address per web site, Virtual host examples and use cases, Best practices and limitations associated to virtual hosts, Tips and tricks that may be useful to system administrators already familiar with virtual host. To learn how to design, deploy and maintain a network running under Linux and to administer the network services most commonly found in enterprise environments, we encourage you to enroll in our Linux Network Management (LF342) training course.
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Tuning systems and applications for speed requires tools to gain visibility into the performance hotspots that will yield the largest improvements. Perf, which we cover in this tutorial, constitute one of the latest addition to the Linux world in the field of performance analysis. As an built-in performance profiler, perf lets us easily gain access to various performance counters and metrics needed to optimize software performance under Linux. In this presentation we briefly expose some the strategies and techniques used in high performance environments and discussed at length in our Linux Advanced Performance Tuning class.
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Every admin needs a trusty text editor to keep their systems in line, and what's better than Vim? We'll take a look at Vim and some of the basic and advanced commands you need to work with everyone's favorite modal text editor.
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Brahmaputra is the upcoming second release of OPNFV, a large scale, carrier-grade, end-to-end testing and integration project that aims to build a flexible NFV platform by integrating components from upstream projects. OPNFV strives to accelerate time-to-market for NFV solutions, ensure the platform meets the industry’s needs, and enable end-user choice in specific technology components based on their use cases and deployment architectures. OPNFV’s development is driven by a global community of over 150 developers from both commercial suppliers and network operators. The platform’s second release, OPNFV Brahmaputra, brings unparalleled platform-level testing of NFV functionality and use cases to the industry; it is lab-ready with greatly enhanced stability, system and unit testing and integration, infrastructure and documentation. In this webinar, hear from OPNFV director Heather Kirksey and OPNFV TSC Chair, Chris Price as they discuss the approach the project took with the second release; what is new and different; the challenges of working upstream; and how the community is preparing the industry to move from NFV Proof of Concepts (PoCs) to NFV deployments.
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The 24x7 nature of global digital economy and the explosion of data have changed how we think about data center networking. It’s time for the separation of switch hardware and software—delivered through an open environment based on open source established practices and true community involvement from developers and users. This webinar will present a first look at vision of the OpenSwitch project, overview and discussion of its architecture, user perspective, insight into the development process and suggest ways for community to participate.
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CORD aims to bring the data center economy and cloud agility to the service provider networks and is an end-to-end solution for the next generation central offices. CORD leverages three related technologies: SDN, NFV, and Cloud and builds on merchant silicon, white boxes and open-source platforms such as ONOS, OpenStack, and XOS. ON.Lab, AT&T and partners demonstrated CORD POC at ONS2015 and are now building a CORD POD for a market trial. The CORD thought leaders and developers will introduce CORD, explain the motivation from a service provider perspective, CORD architecture, related services and key use cases including vOLT, vSG and vRouter. Future plans for CORD will also be discussed. Topics of Discussion: --CORD Introduction --Motivation from a Service Provider Perspective --CORD Architecture --Usecases: vOLT, vSG and vRouter --CORD Future Plans
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Service providers and enterprises are using the OpenDaylight platform to solve key network challenges related to Automated Service Delivery, Network Resource Optimization, Cloud and NFV, Regional Network Automation, and Visibility and Control. ODL’s microservices architecture allows users to control applications, protocols and plugins, as well as to provide connections between external consumers and providers. Beryllium (Be) is the fourth release of OpenDaylight, delivering higher scale and the ability to easily incorporate new applications and protocols. New network services offer clustering and high availability, improved data handling, messaging for transport, greater abstraction of network models, broad management of network elements, and a new GUI. ODL Be is the ideal platform to get a full range of options for configuring policy and intent, and there are several new applications built on ODL that make the transition to SDN even easier. This webinar will provide an in-depth overview of OpenDaylight architecture, use cases, new Beryllium features, and real world examples of ODL being used in telco and enterprise production deployments.
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Programmability in SDNs is confined to the network control plane. The forwarding plane is still largely dictated by fixed-function switching chips. Our goal is to change that, and to allow programmers to define how packets are to be processed all the way down to the wire. This is made possible by a new generation of high-performance forwarding chips. At the high-end, PISA (Protocol-Independent Switch Architecture) chips promise multi-Tb/s of packet processing. At the mid- and low-end of the performance spectrum, CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, and NPUs already offer great flexibility with performance of a few tens to hundreds of Gb/s. In addition to programmable forwarding chips, we also need a high-level language to dictate the forwarding behavior in a target independent fashion. "P4" (www.p4.org) is such a language. In P4, the programer declares how packets are to be processed, and a compiler generates a configuration for a PISA chip, or a programmable target in general. For example, the

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Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a cornerstone of Microsoft Azure, the Microsoft cloud, running all Microsoft first and third party applications. An SDN tenet, which Azure's SDN adheres to, is to disaggregate and separate data and control in networking. Just as important is to separate network functionality between servers and network devices -- with network virtualization and rich network policy handled in the host, and with physical devices scaling out on commodity components to provide high resilience and high performance. Azure separates functionality in this way, enabling agile service creation at the speed of software, with enormous and independent software and hardware innovation in both server and networking devices. Scale and reliability in the control plane is paramount, to meet customer needs for predictable high availability. In Azure, this is achieved through Azure's service fabric, and deep adoption of its microservice application model. The technology has been in development since 2008, and has long been in constant use at massive scale. This webinar will describe -Design principles -Basic building blocks -Key areas of innovation
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All SDN/NFV use cases have at their core a need for flexible and responsive forwarding behavior. Different users want to tweak standard forwarding behaviors for different purposes. And almost no one wants to discard all existing network protocols and invent brand new SDN based forwarding behavior; they want to incrementally add SDN to their networks. This implies a need for hybrid behavior from SDN data planes, however it does not imply hybrid hardware. In this webinar, we will show you how hybrid networks can be built using pure play OpenFlow hardware. For network architects, operators and others involved in next generation networks, we will outline specific attributes of OpenFlow data planes that are needed, especially at scale. In the process we will dispel the notion of "the controller" and discuss how different layers of the control plane implement different layers of the networking protocol stack. We will leave the audience with an understanding of what's really relevant for d

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Open source software development has become a principal delivery mechanism for Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) solutions based on industry standards and open systems. But in order to achieve widespread adoption and make headway into the networking space, tangible and immediate improvements from NFV must be actualized in such critical areas as resource utilization, operational simplicity, cost savings, and security. Many open source projects are now underway to address these issues and one approach to overcoming these challenges is by integrating components from upstream projects. Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV) is a carrier-grade, integrated, open source platform to accelerate the introduction of new NFV products and services, ensure the industry’s NFV needs are being met, and enable end user choice in specific technology components based on their use cases and deployment architectures. TOPICS OF DISCUSSION: -The 23+ ongoing OPNFV projects -The first OPNFV release (Arno) -Why this is significant -The use-cases / customer needs the project aims to address
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High performance, scale-out and high availability are prerequisites for deploying SDN solutions in Service Provider networks. However building a “carrier-grade” SDN control plane that supports these requirements is a challenging design problem that requires thoughtful technical analysis of the tradeoffs between HA, performance and scale as all three are closely related. Determining the “carrier-grade quotient” of this SDN control plane is yet another challenge and simplistic metrics such as “Cbench” do not provide a complete or accurate view of the performance and scale-out capabilities. This webinar focuses on providing a comprehensive set of metrics to measure the SDN control plane’s performance and scale-out capabilities and a complete evaluation of ONOS Blackbird release using these metrics. It also aims to raise the bar for SDN control plane performance and related measurement methodologies and launch an industry-wide movement towards openly providing similar performance measurements for all SDN control platforms for the benefit of the end-users. Agenda: -Understand performance, scale-out, high availability, latency requirements of Service Provider solutions -Understand technical challenges that need to be addressed to architect the “carrier-grade” high performance SDN control plane -Define metrics and measurement methodologies that accurately reflect performance and scale-out capabilities of the carrier-grade SDN control plane -Review performance and scale-out evaluation for ONOS using the above metrics and methodologies (based on ONOS Blackbird release)
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2015 is the year when real-world use cases for SDN will emerge, and many firms are leading the way. In this presentation, the speaker will discuss five use cases for SDN that are gaining traction. The talk will cover the use cases, technologies being used, and business drivers. Use cases include data center-to-data center, SDN at the routed edge, campus networking, SDN within the data center, and network taps. The goal of this webinar is to help the community understand how OpenFlow can coexist with traditional networks, and solve real world problems. Key Topics of Discussion: -SDN should be about driving business logic into the network, not having the network constrain the business -Business logic requires rethinking the stack leveraging OpenFlow as a key enabler -Integrating OpenFlow with switching and routing is a natural first step for wide SDN adoption
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With the creation of SDN and OpenStack, more and more of the data center infrastructure software stack is moving towards open source. One of the few remaining traditionally closed-source software pieces is the Network Operating System (NOS): the software that runs directly on switch and router hardware. This webinar will describe an open source NOS called Open Network Linux that takes concrete steps towards a fully open-source network software stack. Open Network Linux is a Linux distribution that combines into one package special drivers for switches, support for the Open Network Install Environment and various packet forwarding agents (supporting OpenFlow and traditional routing protocols). The webinar will cover ONL's vision and goals, the included software and how to use ONL to get started in the Open Networking ecosystem.
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Automated orchestration of cloud resources is an essential tool for the cloud provider. This webinar discusses using Heat to deploy virtual machines using templates. We investigate a sample template and deploy a virtual machines and the dependent resources. The ability to deploy and recover resources based on usage allows cloud providers to meet the changing needs of the cloud tenant community.
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This webinar covers how organizations are using containers today, as well as an overview of container orchestration and where it’s headed in the future. Then this session dives into security benefits of containers and microservices, vulnerability management in a container world, managing security exposure in containers, responding to container attacks and more.
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Binary large objects meeting big data storage topology has led to a revolution in scalable, cloud storage. Ceph and SWIFT offer an open source solution using commodity hardware. Please join us for this OpenStack webinar as we discuss features and use cases of SWIFT and Ceph object topologies and address some common questions.
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There is nothing a hacker likes more than a tasty Linux machine available on the Internet. We will talk about tactics, tools and methods hackers use to invade your space. Learn the 5 easiest ways to keep them out, and know if they have made it in.
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The automotive industry has fallen behind the smartphone in terms of features and functionality because the traditional supply chain model isn’t working - innovation is too slow, production cycles are too long and there’s very little software reuse. Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) is bringing together automotive manufacturers and suppliers to develop an open connected car platform that can serve as the de facto industry standard. By creating an ecosystem and supply chain that all use the same code base, AGL is transforming the way software is built to reduce fragmentation, improve time-to-market and enable companies to focus on rapid innovation and new features.
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This session with guest speaker Dan O’Prey from Digital Asset Holdings, provides an overview of the Hyperledger Project at The Linux Foundation, describing the foundations of distributed ledger technologies, smart contracts, and other components that comprise the modern blockchain technology stack. Then he discusses why a new blockchain project was needed for business and what the main use cases and requirements for the technology are for commercial applications, as well as extending the overview on the history and projects in the Hyperledger umbrella and how you can get involved.
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Maybe you bought a Raspberry Pi a year or two ago and never got around to using it. Or you built something interesting once, but now there's a new Pi and new add-ons, and you want to know if they could make your project even better? The Raspberry Pi has grown from its original purpose as a teaching tool to become the tiny computer of choice for many makers, allowing those with varied Linux and hardware experience to have a fully functional computer the size of a credit card powering their ideas. Regardless of where you are in Pi experience, join Ruth Suehle to hear some of the best tricks for getting the most out of the Raspberry Pi. She'll also share some favorite projects to get you inspired.
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About this Session: In this first session, course author John Willis gives a brief overview of the complete course. He cover the topics and the rational for the course and also answers some questions.

About this Series: This multi-webinar series s cover each chapter in Introduction to DevOps: Transforming and Improving Operations, a course that is available for free on edX.org. In each webinar, course author and DevOps thought-leader, John Willis cover a chapter of the course with a quick summary and overview. Then the rest of the time is dedicated to answering user-submitted questions!

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Containers are all the rave. Hype and standards and loads of interest from big to small. The common theme is, everyone sees something about containers that solves a use-case of theirs.

-common standards

-build, export, import

-identity, trust, verify and delegation

-isolation and performance

In this talk Vincent Batts will cover the basics of where containers are today, the importance of standards and what that enables for container adoption, and gaps still to improve on.

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Tech startups live and die with open source software (OSS), placing strategic bets on OSS projects — including their own. Enterprises, in contrast, make more conservative use of OSS, using community-developed code in infrastructure and also in mobile, web and cloud apps to serve employees, partners and customers. Successful open source initiatives for enterprise IT must provide real ROI in acquisition, integration and management. 

This session introduces:

-The elements of enterprise-level open source strategy

-Using OSS as a secret weapon for innovation and differentiation

-Current and new use cases for OSS-Attracting and retaining talent with OSS use and contribution

-OSS security and compliance in the enterprise context

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This webinar provides an overview of software test and quality-assurance challenges faced by integrators and deployers of open source, and how industry-leading companies meet those challenges. Topics include:

-understanding different quality benchmarks, from faults/KLoC to performance to community dynamics

-industry best practices for open source testing and SQA

-assuring quality of free-standing open source vs. OSS code tightly integrated into commercial software stacks, products and services

-aligning development practices and schedules with upstream (community) and downstream (customer) release timelines

-community resources and initiatives for enhancing OSS code quality, including the Linux Foundation Core Infrastructure Initiative

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As SDN and NFV rapidly evolve from theory to practice, service orchestration is the latest layer to leverage the benefits of open source. Moving up the stack imposes more significant implications to the technological, operational, organizational transformation underway at many operators.In this webinar we will examine why operators and vendors are resorting to open source for end-to-end service orchestration. 

We will also introduce OPEN-O (https://www.open-o.org/), a Linux Foundation project that enables carriers and cable operators to orchestrate Any Service Over Any Network. In addition to providing an overview of the architecture, we will provide a status update for the project, and offer a glimpse of the upcoming roadmap.

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Professional Open Source Management addresses many aspects of the software development lifecycle, from technical to operational to legal concerns. Key to success with open source is choosing the right means and methods for obtaining support for the open source in your software portfolio, and understanding how to maintain integrated and embedded open source code over time. This webinar will cover: *understanding options for support, spanning community sources, platform vendors, project sponsors, support aggregators and self support *comparing financial and technical challenges and rewards of each support approach *engaging with open source communities to reduce maintenance costs and share the support and maintenance burden *best practices for working with community project maintainers *ways you can contribute back to open source communities and the benefits of doing so *how Rogue Wave Software and The Linux Foundation help development orgs meet the OSS support challenge with support services, training, etc.
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About this Session: In this second session, course author John Willis gives a brief overview of Chapter 1 of the course. Then he answers user questions abut the course and clarifies important topics.

About this Series: This multi-webinar series s cover each chapter in Introduction to DevOps: Transforming and Improving Operations, a course that is available for free on edX.org. In each webinar, course author and DevOps thought-leader, John Willis cover a chapter of the course with a quick summary and overview. Then the rest of the time is dedicated to answering user-submitted questions!


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About this Series: This multi-webinar series will cover each chapter in Introduction to DevOps: Transforming and Improving Operations, a course that is available for free on edX.org. In each webinar, course author and DevOps thought-leader, John Willis will cover a chapter of the course with a quick summary and overview. Then we will leave most of the time in the session to answer your DevOps questions!

About this Session: In this session, course author John Willis will give a brief overview of Chapter 2 of the Introduction to DevOps course. And then he'll spend most of the session answering your questions. Join us!

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About this Series: This multi-webinar series covers each chapter in Introduction to DevOps: Transforming and Improving Operations, a course that is available for free on edX.org. In each webinar, course author and DevOps thought-leader, John Willis will cover a chapter of the course with a quick summary and overview. Then we will leave most of the time in the session to answer your DevOps questions!

About this Session: In this session, course author John Willis gives a brief overview of Chapter 3 of the Introduction to DevOps course. And then spends most of the session answering student questions.

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About this Series: This multi-webinar series covers each chapter in Introduction to DevOps: Transforming and Improving Operations, a course that is available for free on edX.org. In each webinar, course author and DevOps thought-leader, John Willis will cover a chapter of the course with a quick summary and overview. Then we will leave most of the time in the session to answer your DevOps questions!

About this Session: In this session, course author John Willis gives a brief overview of Chapter 4 of the Introduction to DevOps course. And then spends most of the session answering student questions.

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Integrating and deploying open source software confers many benefits but also can incur a range of risks: risk to closely-held intellectual property from poor license compliance, risk from vulnerabilities in deprecated open source software components, and operational risk from non-optimal management of open source.

This webinar explores the practices of code and license scanning and the benefits of “getting to know your code”. In particular, it will examine means and methods for mitigating risk and remediating problems detected through code and license scanning.

Webinar highlights include:

*Rationale for professional open source management
*Types of scanning and analyses, and available tools
*Categories of issues typically encountered in both open source and proprietary code catalogues
*Developing remediation policies and triage processes for flagged licensing and security issues
*Best practices for minimizing the need for remediation in the first place

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In this talk, Pivotal's Bridget Kromhout and Michael Coté describe the new, "cloud native" approach to software. They'll explain how the approach - the mind-set and process - changes and how organizations are getting from here to there. Also, they'll go over the the role of a cloud platform, like Cloud Foundry, in a cloud native program. In this talk, they'll use examples from actual cloud native companies to emphasize that change is possible and that "cloud native" is actually happening.

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To service their growing commitments to open source software, organizations increasingly launch an “Open Source Program Office” (OSPO). The OSPO takes on a number of key roles in working with open source software and communities, complementing and augmenting existing relationships established by individual developers, managers and legal staff.

This webinar will review the evolution of professional open source management requirements, in particular, it will highlight the role of an OSPO in developing and implementing:

*Open source strategy and Identification of key open source technologies and trends
*OSS selection and qualification policies, with technical and licensing criteria
*Interface with inside and outside legal resources
*Operationalizing code life-cycle management and compliance programs
*Training for developers, managers and other key stakeholders in open source management
*Internal and external evangelism about organization open source activities, policies and success

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About this Series:

This multi-webinar series covers each chapter in Introduction to DevOps: Transforming and Improving Operations, a course that is available for free on edX.org. In each webinar, course author and DevOps thought-leader, John Willis covers a chapter of the course with a quick summary and overview. Then the rest of the time is spent answering user-submitted DevOps questions!

About this Session:

In this session, course author John Willis gives a brief overview of Chapter 5 & 6 of the Introduction to DevOps course. And then he spends most of the session answering questions.

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In this free webinar, Linux.com Editor Libby Clark and Opensource.com Editor and Community Manager Rikki Endsley discuss why publishing your own research, technical work and industry commentary is a smart move for your career and incredibly beneficial to the industry at large. Learn how to get started, good topics to write about and how to contribute to magazines, journals and new publishing platforms like Medium. The webinar also provide examples of women in open source who have successfully published their technical work and viewpoints, as well as identifies influential publications to target.

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Coming off the project’s fourth major release, Danube, Heather Kirksey and Frank Brockners show how OPNFV has evolved to further support the open source networking ecosystem—including OPNFV’s sophisticated Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) infrastructure, testing capabilities, and DevOps methodologies. They also explain how to get involved and contribute to this dynamic and growing project. 

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As businesses move Apache Hadoop and Big Data out of Proof of Concepts (POC)s and into enterprise-wide production, hybrid deployments are the norm and several important considerations must be addressed. Learn:

*How chief information security officers are applying security to Hadoop and big data

*Why the deployment and management techniques that work in limited production may not scale when you go enterprise wide

*How Hortonworks, IBM, SAS, Splunk, CapGemini and dozens of other leaders at ODPi, a Linux Foundation project, are working to deliver predictable hybrid big data

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In this webinar Kubernetes co-founder, Craig McLuckie, introduces Kubernetes, a system to manage containerized applications at scale. Kubernetes was created by Google and inspired by Borg the internal system used at Google to manage their distributed applications. Since its inception, Kubernetes has been donated to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Craig presents a short history of Kubernetes and discusses some of the key features needed to design and manage containerized applications. He also explains the Kubernetes architecture and explain some of the key API primitives that enable developers and admins to build and managed distributed applications that use containers. 

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In this session, Mark Hinkle, Executive Director for the Node.js Foundation, discusses key findings from a recent Forrester report, Digital Transformation Using Node.js. Our featured guest, Rick Adams, Sr. Manager, IT Solutions at Lowe’s Digital, shares how Lowe’s implemented Node.js to enable its developers to quickly and easily redesign high-traffic website pages without rebuilding their legacy applications, saving the Lowe’s team time and money.

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Catch the replay of our sneak peek of the 2017 Open Source Summit North America that will be held September 11-13, 2017 in Los Angeles, CA (formerly LinuxCon, ContainerCon and CloudOpen). In this webinar we share details about the event as well as our must-see picks. Then, Open Community Conference leader Jono Bacon shares an in-depth look at this exciting new event. Whether you’ve been to the event in the past, or you’re thinking about attending for the first time, this session if for you!

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Everyone uses open source now; that much is a given. It's not so much about whether you use open source, but how do you optimize your usage and contributions. How do you transform your engineering and product management organizations to incorporate open source methodologies? How do you clear legal hurdles without putting your company at risk? How do you take advantage of the innovation happening on the upstream platforms while continuing to deliver reliable products and services on schedule? How do you get a return on your investment in upstream communities and ecosystems? 
 
In this webinar from the Open Source Entrepreneur Network, we will cover:

  • Some popular business models for selling open source-based products and services
  • Best practices for incorporating the best of upstream open source innovation into your organization
  • How to address some  misconceptions that managers and executives have about open source development
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Hyperledger is an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. It is a global collaboration hosted by The Linux Foundation including leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chain, manufacturing and technology.

Join Hyperledger Executive Director Brian Behlendorf and Hyperledger Fabric Release Manager Jonathan Levi as they discuss the importance of this release as a landmark for the business blockchain industry. The webinar will review key aspects of the collaborative development model behind our mantra: blockchain technologies built BY Business FOR Business.

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Hyperledger is an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. It is a global collaboration hosted by The Linux Foundation including leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chain, manufacturing and technology.

Join Hyperledger Community Architect Tracy Kuhrt and Security Maven David Huseby as they discuss the Hyperledger organization and explain each of the Hyperledger projects, the unique technologies their respective communities are developing, and how to get involved to influence the future of the business blockchain industry. The webinar will review key aspects of the collaborative development model behind our mantra: blockchain technologies built BY Business FOR Business. 

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Open metadata and governance is a moon-shot type of project to create an open set of APIs, types and interchange protocols to allow all metadata repositories to share and exchange metadata. ODPi, IBM, Hortonworks, and ING wants to add governance, discovery and access frameworks to automate the collection, management and use of metadata across an enterprise. Resulting in an enterprise catalog of data resources that are transparently assessed, governed and used in order to deliver maximum value to the enterprise.

Watch this free webinar as John Mertic, Director of ODPi at The Linux Foundation, hosts Mandy Chessell, Distinguished Engineer and Master Inventor at IBM;  Ferd Scheepers, Chief Information Architect at ING; and Srikanth Venkat, Senior Director of Product Management at Hortonworks for a unique exploration of Data Governance.

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This webinar will identify the challenges and risks inherent in working with these vast collections of components and discuss successful techniques for identifying and managing them.  In particular, the webinar will cover:

  • Dependency creep, the vagaries of platform code and the creation of ad hoc platforms
  • How large dependency sets impact compliance, security and operational efficiency
  • Identifying and managing dependencies across development languages and build engines
  • Solutions to address dependency proliferation at the dev team, supplier and ecosystem level