Open Source 101
Open Source 101 is a one-day conference covering the basics of open source, open tech, and the open web. Join other open source enthusiasts for TED style keynote talks as well as track sessions from industry experts.
Abstract: This isn’t your typical case study, this is the reality of open source: One hundred percent of organizations use varying degrees of OSS, yet we still focus on one particular package or layer when it comes to sharing best practices. The reality is, when we get stuck, it’s the configuration and operational interrelationships between packages that matter.
This session takes open source support data across multiple organizations to examine three different scenarios that represent the most common issues we see today (in fact, 80% of the cases we see are due to configuration and package interrelationship issues). Justin Reock covers e-commerce, mobile PaaS, and high performance computing examples to illustrate top problems and solutions for stack selection, infrastructure implementation, and production troubleshooting.
If you use or are planning to use Apache web server, ActiveMQ, CentOS, Docker, Kubernetes, Nginx, OpenSSL, Puppet, or PHP, these stories cover how most organizations use them. Even if you’re not using these specific packages, the information presented here also applies to other technologies.
April 17, 2018
8:00 AM (Local Time / Eastern)