Linux / Microsoft Interoperability Day: Tuesday, August 11, 2009
One part of the system administrator's job falls under both necessary daily routine and mysterious black art: connecting your Microsoft systems to your open source ones. In this community day, participants will blast aside the shadows of FUD, inflated claims, and complexity, and learn to make Microsoft Windows and open source play nicely -- from simple, fast file sharing up to a standards-based single sign-on environment.
Interoperability Day brings in both leading software developers and the sysadmins and CIOs who are making interoperability happen.
- Linux tools for windows client imaging and recovery
- Directory server strategies for reliable mixed environments on a budget
- Samba security, configuration, and performance tuning for Windows Vista and Windows 7 clients
- Relax, it works out of the box: useful tools you already have on any up-to-date Linux.
- Real-world Q&A: bring your toughest interoperability problem.
|9:30-10:00||organizers||Welcome and approve schedule|
|10:00-10:50||Jeremy Allison||Native Windows ACLs in Samba 3|
|11:00-11:50||Gerald Carter||Likewise Open Status Report|
|4:00-5:00||All||Interoperability Q and A|
(this event is an unconference, so we will set the final schedule at the event itself.)
- Don Marti (OSW)
- Jeremy Allison (Samba Team)
- Gerald Carter (Likewise)
- John Terpstra (Samba/PrimaStasys)
- Alex Monteiro (InsiderTraining)
Held immediately before OpenSource World: <http://www.opensourceworld.com/> at Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.
This event is free of charge, but you need to register for OpenSource World and obtain a badge to enter. If the OpenSource World system denies you, mail Don Marti: firstname.lastname@example.org for help and/or an access code.