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Thursday, August 30 • 3:20pm - 4:05pm
How to Assimilate a Million Servers and Not Get Indigestion - Alan Robertson, The Linux-HA Project (Assimilation Monitoring subproject)

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Do you have a lot of servers to manage? Do you sometimes wonder what all those boxes do and how they relate to each other? Are you managing a cloud-scale set of servers, or developing cloud-scale software for them? If so, then you may be interested in the Assimilation Monitoring Project. This monitoring system has virtually unlimited scalability, and features continual stealth discovery - keeping you up to date on what all those servers are, and what they're doing, what switch ports they're connected to, and how they're interrelated - all without setting off network security alarms.

This talk will is aimed at administrators and developers and gives an overview of the capabilities, architecture, status and future plans of the Assimilation Monitoring Project.


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Alan Robertson, The Linux-HA Project (Assimilation Monitoring subproject)

Alan founded the Assimilation Monitoring Project in 2011 which he also currently leads. He also founded the highly successful High-Availability Linux (Linux-HA) project in 1998 and led the project for 10 years. Today many people know this industry-leading software as Pacemaker. He worked for SuSE for a year, then joined IBM's in March 2001, performing a variety of roles mostly associated with Linux and open source. Alan is a frequent speaker at... Read More →


Thursday August 30, 2012 3:20pm - 4:05pm
Harbor Island 3