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University Area Meeting 2014-01-15

We had about 17 participants at this meeting. Great turnout!

Jason Edgecombe presented on git. Jason's presentation was chock full of demo. If you missed it, you really missed an excellent presentation. Below are some links related to the presentation.

Jason's presentation github repo. Checkout how he scripted some of his demo. This was the first 5 minutes of the presentation.
https://github.com/edgester/git-presentation

University Area Meeting 2013-11-20

We had about 13 participants at this meeting. Great turnout!

Mark Hamrick presented on using Puppet to mange workstations. It is great to see how Puppet is being used to manage systems other than servers. Mark has graciously provided his slide deck, which is attached below.

We will take December off since the holiday season is busy for many. Our next meeting will be on January 15th.

University Area Meeting 2013-09-18

Mark Shropshire presented on Docker. That presentation led into a deeper discussion into LXC (Linux Containers). Through some live demoing, the group experimented with Docker's architecture.

University Area Meeting 2013-07-17

We had a great meeting last Wednesday. Twelve people gathered together to listen to a presentation on Digital Ocean's Linux VPS hosting by Mark Shropshire and a presentation on KVM and QEMU by James Loyd. Finally, we had a a talk and demo of FirefoxOS by Stephen Pohl. Stephen had a phone running FirefoxOS and allowed us all to play with it for a few minutes.

University area meeting 2013-04-17

A number of Linux interested came out to Classic Graphics to listen to an interesting presentation on Bryan Stalcup's curent Proxmox VE setup and his future plans for world hosting domination. His entire setup is built on open source software. He also discussed some hardware configurations he has found to work well while maintaining money is his wallet.

University area meeting 2013-03-20

A number of Linux interested came out to Classic Graphics last night to listen to two very interesting presentations.

Jason Edgecombe presented on Vagrant. He presented a bit on the background of Vagrant and why you would use it. Jason then moved into a number of live demos, including on demo where he showed how you could spin up a web cluster (load balancer, web servers, and database server). Jason's presentation is attached below.

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