OpenLDAP and SSL - BayLISA February meeting

BayLISA welcomes Howard Chu, chief architect of OpenLDAP, for our February 2012 meeting. Howard is the CTO of Symas Corporation, a company devoted to OpenLDAP development, support, and professional services for many years. He will be talking about improvements to the database and backend to OpenLDAP.

BayLISA also welcomes Heather Stern, longtime BayLISA board member and system administrator for Cisco's Ironport division, speaking about SSL management.

 

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BayLISA is the premiere system administration organization for Silicon Valley and the entire San Francisco Bay Area. For over two decades we have served the sysadmin community with education and networking opportunities around current and rising topics in systems, networks, software, and the profession of system administration.

 

In 2011 we presented talks and demos on next-generation networking, release engineering, package management, dynamic tracing, FreeNAS and PC-BSD, security, post-cloud system administration, high volume email architecture, and open source storage and computing platforms.

 

We welcome suggestions from the community on topics, speakers, sponsors, and venues for 2012's meetings. Contact us through Meetup or send an email to [masked] --

 

BayLISA meets on the third Thursday of each month, at 7:30pm Pacific time. We thank LinkedIn for providing our current meeting location. Point your map tool at 2051 Stierlin Ct, Mountain View, CA 94043.

 

Your RSVP here on Meetup helps us plan for space and refreshments. We'll always try to accommodate last minute guests, but if you can, please do RSVP (and update if you find you won't be able to attend) to help us best serve all of our guests.

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  • Scott S.

    Dinner and a show. A relaxing evening with like-minded peers with two thoughtful and useful talks both with applicable content, with processes I can remember the next day, that I can improve things with. I think I might be biased, but, it was pretty good.

    February 17, 2012

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    Hi, I sat next to you and noticed the charger as I pulled out mine before I left. Asked our LinkedIn host what should be done with it and he said to just leave it there. He said he could always get another one for you if you were the one that left it but it's not there anymore.

    February 17, 2012

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