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Learn and practice the following open source technology during 4 days

Get $200 discount

2000px-Tux.svg.pngLinux

  • Systemd, Btrfs, and kernel crash infrastructure
  • Samba and Btrfs – A Snapshot of Progress
  • Achieve best server/storage performance with NVMe devices
  • UEFI Secure Boot
  • Full-system Rollback – Myth and Truth
  • OS Lifecycle Management from the Datacenter to the Cloud
  • Hardening and tweaking your Linux

High Availability

  • Geo redundancy, including database replication, filesystem replication, and geo cluster overlay
  • Create a highly available 2 node virtual environment using DRBD and KVM
  • Choices in designing HA clusters from a reliability, scalability, and performance perspective (e.g., such as when to use network bonding, OCFS2 versus file-system fail-over, DRBD)

OpenStack.pngOpenStack, KVM and PaaS

  • OpenStack deployments and troubleshooting
  • KVM on a grid enables dynamic management and resource allocation of virtual machines in large scale high-performance environments
  • Build Platform as a Service (PaaS) with WSO2 Middleware and EC2

Big Data (Apache Hadoop)

  • Deploy an elastic auto-scalable cluster with OpenStack to consume and process business data on demand

Ceph_Logo_Stacked_RGB_120411_fa.pngCeph Storage

  • Sizing and performance of Ceph storage
  • Ceph for Cloud and Virtualization use cases, including thin provisioning to make your storage cluster go further

SAP on Linux

  • How T-System leverages Linux and SAP LVM capabilities within their data center
  • Optimized Linux for SAP applications
  • Automate SAP HANA System Replication
  • Manage SAP HANA Scale-Out Linux systems

Register Today

All above open source technical sessions are available at the annual user conference SUSECon 2014 (NOV 17-21, 2014 Orlando). Interested to attend? Request your $200 discount off current full conference pass and meet with SAP & Open Source architects (email).

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