[svlug] Oops: BALUG Meeting Location and Details
John Mark Walker
johnmark at johnmark.org
Mon Oct 16 13:12:48 PDT 2006
...and where are these wonderful BALUG meetings held?
The Bay Area Linux Users Group (BALUG) meetings are held at:
Four Seas Restaurant
731 Grant Ave. (between Sacramento & Clay)
San Francisco, CA 94108-2113
Dinner starts promptly at 7:10 PM.
You're also welcome to meet up with us as early as 6:30 PM by the bar
for some social chat, etc.
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From: John Mark Walker <johnmark at johnmark.org>
Date: Oct 16, 2006 1:08 PM
Subject: BALUG Meeting 10/17: Pat McGovern of Splunk
To: svlug at svlug.org
My apologies if this has already been posted here, but I don't recall seeing it.
For tomorrow's October 17 BALUG meeting we have Pat McGovern III of
Splunk, a company that claims to take the SH out of IT.
(FWIW, I once briefly entertained the idea of creating a t-shirt that
read "we put the SH back into IT")
TOPIC: Illuminating the issues in your Data Center.
SPEAKER: Patrick McGovern
BACKGROUND: Splunk, based in San Francisco, makes a web-based
AJAX-enhanced search engine that allows system administrators and
programmers to search all their incoming log files in real time (any
type of log files: Sendmail, Cisco, MySQL, syslog, etc.) with a
browser. It's a powerful tool to allow people to 'see' inside their
systems as they are running.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Patrick is the Chief Community Splunker at Splunk,
Inc. Prior to joining Splunk, Patrick McGovern managed SourceForge.net
for five years for VA Software / OSTG.
I've seen this talk a couple of times, and it should be interesting
and fun for all.
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