Learn configuration management and SDI from scratch using Uyuni
2020-02-05, 10:00–13:00, B.4.027

Uyuni is a software-defined infrastructure and configuration management solution. You can use it to bootstrap physical servers, deploy and update packages and patches -even with content lifecycle management features- create VMs for virtualization and cloud, builds container images, tracks what runs on your Kubernetes clusters, CVE audit your machines and containers, etc. All using Salt under the hood!

In this workshop we will start from scratch: install Uyuni, register some clients machines, deploy software, subscribe machine to software channels, learn how to use the content lifecycle management features, create and manage virtual machines, etc.

Pablo holds a BEng. Computer System Engineering from University of La Laguna. Tenerife. Spain.
He is a Backend Software Engineer Engineer at SUSE Linux and part of the SUSE Manager & Salt Team where he is actively developing on SUSE Manager & Uyuni and its integration with Salt.
He has lots of contributions to the Salt project, such the Snapper and Kubernetes modules, core improvements and bug fixing.

Pablo is also involved in the local communities of Arduino, Raspberry-Pi, FLOSS and Linux.
Before joining SUSE he was working as Python/Django developer on different projects and companies in Spain.

He is currently developing Free Software from Tenerife, Spain.

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Product Owner & Technical Project Manager, SUSE Manager.
Formerly: IT PMO & Project Manager, R&D Software Manager, Software Developer, Systems Administrator.
Retrocomputing afficionado.