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Building a Custom AMI with a Custom Kernel

It's almost that time again. Last month's turnout was great, hopefully we can get a few more people in the seats this time around. I think we've got a great topic for discussion this month and after last month's SaltStack presentation a great event we'd like to share afterwards.

This month's topic is:

Building a Custom AMI with a Custom Kernel

Mark Taylor

An AMI typically doesn't include a kernel image, only a pointer to the default kernel id, which can be chosen from an approved list of safe kernels maintained by Amazon and its partners (e.g., Red Hat, Canonical, Microsoft). Mark is going to discuss a way to build your own custom AMI while using a custom kernel during this process.

Thanks again to Arbor Networks for graciously hosting and feeding us.  Please RSVP ASAP so Dave @ Arbor Networks can determine how much pizza to order!

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  • David B.

    I've added the presentation to the files section of this group however it should be globally available.

    July 10, 2013

  • Eric D.

    I enjoyed the talk last night - Will the slides be posted to this site?

    July 10, 2013

  • joe a.

    Great presentation. I already knew how to do this in a different manner, the way presented saves time.

    July 10, 2013

  • Archie C.

    sorry, wish I could come... had to change plans.

    July 9, 2013

  • John S. W.

    I'm a mammal & I use Amazon

    July 4, 2013

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