San Diego Boot Camp - September 28, 2005

On September 27 and 28, Kimberly Chang and I participated in a Solaris Boot Camp in Los Angeles and San Diego. These were both pretty full days and we appreciated the time that everyone invested in these events, particularly the questions and discussions during the breaks. Hopefully you found the information presented useful.

As promised, here is are the materials from the Boot Camp.

Session
Topic
1
Operating System Strategy
Solaris 10 Overview and Update
2
DTrace Overview and Demonstration
3
Solaris Containers
4
Predictive Self-Healing
5
Process Rights and ZFS


Note: I'm not completely satisfied with the Process Rights section, so I'll post it when I complete the last set of updates. I'm also waiting on a review of my ZFS material before I post it.

Thanks again for your attendance. We hope to see you at a Boot Camp II soon. Please post a comment or send us email if you have any questions.

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Dear Bob, Can you advise when you will post the materials for Process Rights and ZFS?

Posted by ming wong on October 24, 2005 at 06:47 PM CDT #

Hi Ming,
For the Solaris Security piece, take a look at Serge Nadon's Predictive Self Healing and Security module. It's better than the one I was using during the Boot Camps in September and October. We're still cleaning up the ZFS materials to match the OpenSolaris release, so I should be posting a set some time next week. Thanks for your patience.

Posted by guest on January 28, 2006 at 02:43 PM CST #

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