[svlug] [svlug-announce] SVLUG July 26th meeting: Dan Malek on Advanced Data Network Solutions using Linux
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Tue Jul 25 16:37:26 PDT 2017
Wednesday, July 26th, 2017
TOPIC: Advanced Data Network Solutions using Linux
PRESENTED BY: Dan Malek
The data communication networks within data centers, enterprises, and
between offices and data centers have drastically changed over past
several years. This presentation will discuss some of the technology
implementing these changes. This is about using Linux in network
switches, in optical appliances, and for the control plane of networking
devices. It's not a tutorial on Linux networking in general.
Details of a several-years-old, commercially successful, intent-based
network control platform, based upon Linux, will also be revealed.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Dan Malek (https://www.konsulko.com/about/) is a serial entrepreneur and
In his career that has now spanned over 35 years, he has developed or
influenced technology in a variety of areas. Mobile devices, consumer
electronics, medical technology, aerospace, automotive systems, and data
communications are products for which he developed systems and software
technology. As an avid embedded Linux developer for nearly 20 years, Dan
has contributed to the Linux kernel and other open source projects to
ensure use in real products.
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Go south 0.7 miles on N. 1st St. under US-101, then turn half-left
onto Matrix Blvd., in 0.3 miles a slight right onto N. 4th Street,
0.5 miles to La Victoria on your right just before Gish Road.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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