As many of you may already know, I’m pretty active in technology and open source community events. Last week was one of my annual favorites! The VTUG (Virtualization Technology Users Group) organization held its annual Summer Slam event. Again hosted at the beautiful Westbrook Middle School Performing Arts Center (Westbrook, ME), this years Summer Slam […]Read more "VTUG Summer Slam 2018"
I’ve decided to upload this prior to my presentation at Red Hat Partner Technical Exchange as it will be impossible to judge how many would need to be printed… Most prefer electronic copies anyway… As I am presenting to our partner community, “How to Run a Successful Ansible Tower Pilot”, I’ve created a couple additional […]Read more "Ansible Pilot & Reference Resources…"
AnsibleFest keeps drawing bigger and bigger crowds as the Ansible community along with world-wide adoption has exploded. Lots of well-anticipated announcements were shared with the crowd of approximately 1,000 attendees. Two of the biggest, in my opinion, were the open-sourcing of Tower followed by the rapid expansion of over 460 network automation modules that currently […]Read more "AnsibleFest – San Francisco – 2017"
Wow- it’s that time again and I am getting really excited. AnsibleFest! This Thursday in sunny San Francisco, CA. The last one I attended was in Brooklyn last year and I’ve watched Ansible’s adoption and community grow by leaps and bounds since. Tomorrow, it’s up early am for a 6am flight out to San Francisco. […]Read more "Getting Excited for AnsibleFest!"
It’s that time of the year again, when prepping presentations, labs, and demos for Red Hat Summit takes a lion-share of my “free” time. This will be my tenth Summit overall and my second as a Hatter… This year, I’ll be co-presenting in 4 sessions… First, “The Integrated Clouds” with Phil Avery which is a […]Read more "Ramping up for Red Hat Summit…"