Speaker Profile: Tim O’Guin (@timoguin)
Tim started out doing e-commerce development with PHP and MySQL, hosting my own webservers and databases on Gentoo. He has also managed small IT departments running both Windows and Linux, and he enjoys migrations and writing documentation, like a weirdo. Currently a C#/Python/Shell developer at Naxos of America doing a lot of configuration management work. Really interested in Salt, Openstack, Mercurial, and virtualization.
On Saturday February 22nd at 11:00 AM, Tim will be presenting on Building a salt-based development infrastructure.
Salt is a remote execution and configuration management framework with a tremendous amount of flexibility and power. This talk will give a brief overview of the core features of Salt, as well as short descriptions and examples of how the other various components work together to make up Saltstack.
Sponsor Profile: Intellovations, LLC (@ForecastWatch)
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They were the first official sponsor of PyTN, and we love them for their support and encouragement!
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