2022 Schedule

All times are in the U.S. Eastern time zone and subject to change. Activities (except for the afterparty) will be on the 3rd floor of the new Hilton tower at 402 High Street, on the same side of the street as the convention center.

Interactive Schedule Apps

Friday, December 2

8:00 Check-in Opens Coffee sponsored by CIQ served in the common area until 10:00.
Room Pheoris West AB and Youtube Johnson Owens
9:00 Python: the Multi-tool for System Management – Jonathan Bowman Linux Containers Internals

OLFI ticket required

Linux Professional Institute Boot Camp

OLFI ticket required

10:00 Better Websites with the Apache HTTP Server – Patrick Tudor
11:00 Maturing Information Security Programs with Risk Register and Risk Scoring – Rafeeq Rehman
12:00 Break
13:00 NGINX 102 – Tim Quinlan
14:00 BASH Configuration and Usage – David Both
15:00 Secure Your IOT by Taking It Out of the Cloud – Tony Bemus
16:00 A Demonstration of Free Cybersecurity Training – Mike Kwiatkowski
17:00 Kubeflow: Bring your ML project into Production – Liang Yan
18:00 Keynote: Distribution Review – Come see reps from a variety of distros

OpenLogic by PerforceOur Happy Hour sponsored by OpenLogic starts at 19:00 – light appetizers and drinks will be served from Pheoris West C. Grab something and visit our exhibitors in the Expo area in the Massey room!

Room Pheoris West AB Johnson Owens
20:00 Birds of a Feather: Old Fogies Unite! – Jon ‘maddog’ Hall Birds of a Feather: Data Assurance – John Aron Birds of a Feather: Cybersecurity in Advanced Mfg. and Critical Infrastructure – Mike Kwiatkowski and Tony Hills
21:00 Birds of a Feather: Vim – Steven Pritchard Birds of a Feather: Ansible Automation is for Everyone – Joshua Preston Birds of a Feather: Careers at Tufin – Alex Mier

Saturday, December 3

8:00 Check-in Opens Coffee sponsored by CIQ served in the common area until 10:00. Also visit our vendor expo in the Massey room!
Room Pheoris West AB and Youtube Johnson Owens
9:00 Keynote: Every NTEU is Someone’s Guru – Amber Graner Kubernetes: From Laptop to Production

OLFI ticket required

10:00 AI for Everyone? – Matt Eland Market Rate: Is It Just for Seafood? – Yvette Menase
11:00 Containers Made Easy with GitLab – Steven Pritchard Career Conversations: Let’s Talk About the State of Work in 2023
12:00 Break Break
13:00 How Aronetics Ensured Control of Security Controls – John Aron Journey to Containerized Applications: Uyuni Experiences – Don Vosburg, SUSE
14:00 10 Things DevOps Is; 10 Things DevOps Isn’t – Matt Williams The Road to EPEL 9 – Carl George, CentOS
15:00 Your Bug Tracker and You – Ben Cotton Case Study: Incremental Migration from WebSphere to Open Source – Kyle Jenkins
16:00 Punched Cards, Portable Computers, and Linux ISOs: A 50,000:1 Scale History of Human-Computer Interaction – Eostre Emily Danne Data Rules for Observability – Dave McAllister, F5
17:00 My First Look at Rust – Terry Howald Ansible: the Evolution, Ecosystem, Execution Environments, Event-Driven, and Kubernetes – Joshua Preston, Red Hat
18:00 Keynote: United We Stand – Jon “maddog” Hall
19:00 Closing Remarks

The Linux FoundationThe afterparty sponsored by the Linux Foundation will be in the original Hilton building at 401 High Street (cross the street using the skybridge on the 2nd floor) in the Gallerie bar area immediately to your left as you exit the skybridge. This is at the top of the spiral staircase from the 401 lobby.