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The Business of Linux - How individuals can get in the game

in Entrepreneurship, FSOSS, FSOSS2010, Linux
Linux

Location

Toronto, ON
Canada
43° 39' 9" N, 79° 22' 54.0012" W

Open Source business will creep through our economy just like good code creeps through the stack, but where do you begin your venture? We'll cover some of the very basics of starting a business, examine existing, non-IT industries that can be modeled, and discuss how standards will play an important role in business development.

This talk is tailored for individuals who are considering making the leap from hobby to small business or employee to employer. Pace will be determined by the participants and there will be time for group discussion as well as Q&A.

Event: 
FSOSS
Speaker: 
Karlie Robinson

Redefining virtualization with live-cloning

in FSOSS, FSOSS2010, Sysadmin, Linux, Programming
Linux

Location

Toronto, ON
Canada
43° 39' 9" N, 79° 22' 54.0012" W

We will demonstrate and present the system administration and performance advantages that can be delivered by the GridCentric Copper virtualization platform.

This will include demonstrations of autoconfigured virtual clusters implementing a wide variety of distributed applications from grid queueing to distributed databases to load-balanced webservers.

Demonstration will also include dynamic, instant resizing of virtual clusters by live-cloning new auto-configured virtual machines in seconds, enabling distributed applications to dynamically scale from one virtual machine to many in a few seconds.

Event: 
FSOSS
Speaker: 
Kannan Vijayan
Vivek Lakshmanan

Systemtap - System Wide Probing on Linux: Focus on User Space

in FSOSS, FSOSS2010, Programming, Red Hat, Linux
Red HatLinux

Location

Toronto, ON
Canada
43° 39' 9" N, 79° 22' 54.0012" W

Systemtap is a powerful and flexible tool for monitoring activity on Linux systems. It is a script-based implementation allowing for detailed control of which events are probed and what kind of output is produced. Systemtap has the ability to probe the entire system, including the kernel itself, as well as applications in the user space. This talk will give an overview of systemtap's capabilities with focus on the probing of user space applications.

By:
Dave Brolley, Lukas Berk

Event: 
FSOSS
Speaker: 
Dave Brolley
Lukas Berk

Several job openings@MeeGo Devices, Nokia

in Company, Linux
Job Type: 
Full Time