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We'll have 2 presenters this month with a distribution theme.
John DeFrees: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Overview
Learn about the first version release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux in over four years. The latest release features unprecedented ease of deployment, ease of migration, and ease of management enabling you to upgrade existing customers and attract new ones.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 gives organizations a stable, security-focused, and consistent foundation across hybrid cloud deployments—and the tools they need to deliver applications and workloads faster with less effort.
Solutions Architect with over 15 years of hands-on experience. Experienced in both pre-sales and post-sales customer interactions from Developer to C-level.
Established track record of working with partners and customers to sell, deploy and support virtualized solutions. I have worked with hyper-converged appliances, servers, networking and storage (SAN, NAS and object - physical & SW-defined) as well as business continuity solutions including backup and recovery.
der.hans: Hey Buster! Debian 10 released
Debian 10 brings with it many ch-ch-changes.
Reproduciable Builds, Wayland, AppArmor, nftables, cups.
10 hardware architectures, 59000 packages, 28,939 source packages, 11,610,055 source files, and 76 languages.
Get or upgrade to Debian 10 now.
Coming soon on Blu-ray.
der.hans is a Free Software, technology and entrepreneurial veteran. He is a repeat author for the Linux Journal with his article about online privacy and security using a password manager as the cover article for the January 2017 issue.
He's chairman of the Phoenix Linux User Group (PLUG), BoF organizer for the Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE), and founder of the Free Software Stammtisch and Stammtisch Job Nights.
He often presents at large community-led conferences (SCaLE, SeaGL, LFNW, Tübix) and many local groups.
If you would like some examples of what to expect at this meeting, check out some of the videos that have been made of our presentations (http://phxlinux.org/plug-videos.html).
See you there...