BayLISA welcomes Alfred Perlstein, VP of Software Engineering from iXsystems, who will be discussing Eagle Eye.
"In FreeBSD/FreeNAS I have developed a system called EagleEye. EagleEye is a system where all mibs are easily exportable with timestamps in a common format (for now YAML & modified CSV) which is then consumed by a utility which can then provide graphs. The entire point of EagleEye is to eventually upstream the modifications to future proof statistics tracking into the FreeBSD and FreeNAS systems. "
Alfred has been working on the FreeBSD kernel for the past 13 years. He is currently FreeNAS project manager and VP Software Engineering at iXsystems.
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Our meetings are scheduled for 7:30pm on the third Thursday of each month, at Yahoo's 700 First Ave building in Sunnyvale (between Lockheed Martin Way/W Java Dr and 1st Ave/Bordeaux Dr).
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