DevOpsMtl, Metal edition – MaaS and Juju

The March event will once again be held at CloudOps, at 420 Rue Guy, on Monday March 3rd.Our sponsors this month are Canonical (food & drinks) and CloudOps (space). Merci aux deux compagnies!

This month, the main presentation is about two Canonical products,  MaaS and Juju.

Présentation principale

MAAS and Juju Introduction
Description: Introduction to MAAS and Juju. Metal As A Service brings the language of the cloud to physical servers. In other words it delivers real Hardware equipment on demand. MAAS works closely with the service orchestration tool Juju to make deploying services fast, reliable, repeatable and scalable.
Language: English with snippets of French in the middle.

By Leonardo Borda, Technical Account Manager at Canonical (blog, linkedin, email)
Bio: Graduated in Information Systems, Electronic Technician and Entrepreneur I have more than 15 years working in the IT Field. Currently I am interested in all cloud related technologies which includes service orchestration, Devops tools, cloud scaling and python programming.

Lightning Talks

How to get started using Ansible
Description: A quick introduction to start using Ansible in production in just a couple of minutes.

By David Coronel (@DaveCore82)
Bio: Sysadmin trying to automate all the things with new generation tools.

strace – debugging a running process
Description: Ever had to figure out what was wrong with a live process that you can’t really shut down? If you’re lucky, you may have access to a sensible log. But when the log doesn’t give you enough, observing the process’ system calls can give you unprecedented insight into WTF is happening.

By Mathieu Martin (@webmat, programblings.com)
Bio: A ruby developer who leveraged his paranoïa to transition from web development to running reliable, scalable and secure infrastructure. Organizer of DevOpsMtl.

Lightning talk: you?
If you’ve discovered something cool recently, and would like to share it with everyone, feel free to come do an impromptu 1m or 5m lightning talk. You can come as unprepared as you want. It’ll be fun!

If you’re looking for that special person to join your team, you’re welcome to come in front of everyone and pitch us about your awesome opportunities! We’re an equal opportunity group: you have 5 minutes too ;-)

The details
Please register on EventBrite to help us plan for the food & drinks.

When: Monday March 3rd, at 18:00
Where: CloudOps / RPM Startup Centre, at 420 Rue Guy
Who: Everyone who is interested in DevOps and delivering software reliably
Cost: Free
Food & drinks: Courtesy of Canonical.
Questions? Ask the whole gangAsk the organizers.

Metal: Bare metal server. In other words, non-virtualized and much faster.

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