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TasLUG South : TasLUG June Meeting - Hobart
Posted by craige on 2013/6/11 21:40:29 (513 reads)

Hey! It's June already, which means there's only 131 sleeps to Software Freedom Day and ~25 sleeps til PyCon Au! Here's what you can do to keep your self satisfied til then:

When: Thursday, June 20th, 18:00 for an 18:30 start
Where: 69 Liverpool St, Hobart. (Map)

Agenda:

  • 18:00 - early mingle, chin wagging, etc
  • 18:30 - Question and answer session, plus any lightening talks
  • 19:00 - Why Ansible? Simplicity. Distributed : Julius Roberts
    "..Ansible is an orchestration engine—built to provide a powerful framework for systems automation. Ansible allows you to avoid writing custom scripts or code to manage your applications—but more importantly, it allows you to do so in a language that approaches plain English. This allows everyone on the team to build, read, understand, and modify automation rules faster—which means your business applications get delivered to market faster and more reliably.

    "..It’s paramount that you are able to get your infrastructure and apps delivered quickly and reliably. Management applications should help you achieve your mission better, and help simplify the overall puzzle, rather than making it more complex.

    "..Ansible also breaks new ground in other areas. No agent or special software is required to be installed on devices under management, so there is no overhead to deploying the tool itself. With no additional ports or root level daemons, it is also a highly secure solution, allowing you to use built-in operating system authentication systems.

    “Automation Even A Manager Can Understand” — An actual manager

  • 20:00 - Meeting end. Many people go to the Brunswick for dinner.

June:
29th - Launceston meeting
July:
5-7th - PyCon Australia, hosted in Hobart.
18th - 18th - WE NEED A TALK REQUEST OR OFFER

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