• Monthly Linux Meetup (also covering Open Source, UNIX and UNIX-Like Systems)

    NSU's College of Engineering and Computing

    Monthly Linux Meetup covering Open Source, UNIX and UNIX-Like Systems

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  • Monthly Linux Meetup: bash and ssh

    NSU's College of Engineering and Computing

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  • How HPC, AI, and Big Data are Transforming Business Today

    NSU's College of Engineering and Computing

    Our speaker will be: Michael Echavarría Sr. Managed Services Engineer Penguin Computing This talk will introduce the topics of High Performance Computing (HPC), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Big Data at a high level and explain how you can leverage these heavily related fields to provide a transformative impact on business results. We will also explore some successful applications of these technologies both by Penguin Computing customers and other industry leaders. Finally, we'll delve into the hardware, software, cloud technologies, and Linux distributions that drive development in these fields, and provide resources for getting started with learning and applying AI/HPC in your own environment. Penguin is a 20-year-old advanced scale hardware solutions provider. They develop open, Linux-based cloud and HPC solutions ranging from Linux servers and workstation to integrated HPC cluster and cluster management software. Increasingly enterprise- and AI-focused, the company said that between 30 and 40 percent of its business is AI-related. Overall, Penguin has an installed base of more than 18,000 systems in 40+ countries at customer sites that include NASA, AOL, Caterpillar, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Life Technologies and the U.S. Navy. In the HPC world, Penguin three years ago won a $39 million contract for a nearly 10-petaflops (aggregate) deployment with the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration.

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  • Self Healing Infrastructure: Linux Meetup

    NSU's College of Engineering and Computing

    Jim Wildman, of Red Hat, will discuss and present on how to use Open Source tools to move towards a self healing infrastructure. The demo will leverage Red Hat tools, but will be usable with the upstream versions of those tools (with one exception).

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  • OpenVPN and pi hole

    Broward County Main Library

    This is a meeting of Jonathan Respeto's "South Florida Linux User Group", cross-posted to the FLUX meetup group. First meeting of this in a long time. We’re going to talk about setting up openVPN server and client.

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  • SFTA's IoB/Alliance Social @ FAU Thu 23rd

    FAU Tech Runway

    5:00PM - 8:30 PM SFTA's monthly @ FAU Tech Runway, Boca Raton - includes free beers from 5 South Florida Microbrewaries. Ticket prices include food: $25 for SFTA members, $35 for non-members - Sample interesting beers from local micro-breweries - Meet local user group partners - Network with the region's top technology professionals - Learn from industry experts - Take away new ideas and motivations The “Internet of Beers” is back bigger and better! As the SFTA’s main summer social event, it will feature beer sampling from multiple South Florida Microbreweries, including: - Barrel of Monks - Concrete Beach Brewing - NOBO Brewery - Wynwood Brewing - Robot Brewing The “Internet of Beers” will also feature "speed dating" segments where a number of IT groups (members of the alliance) - from Agile to WIT - will give a one to two minute overview of their group or company. After the presentations, the alliance members can socialize and network with the audience to further connections in the South Florida technology market and LEARN. CONNECT.GROW. This event will also feature “speed dating” segments where a number of IT groups (“members of the alliance”) – from Agile to WITI – will give a one to two-minute overview of their group. There will be one slide for each group in the slide deck that plays as the representatives give their brief overview. After the presentations, the alliance members can socialize with the audience who will then know who they are and a little bit about their group. https://www.southfloridatech.org/event/sfta-presents-internet-of-beers-2018-edition/

  • Monthly Linux Meetup (also covering Open Source, UNIX and UNIX-Like Systems)

    NSU's College of Engineering and Computing

    Monthly Linux Meetup covering Open Source, UNIX and UNIX-Like Systems

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  • Monthly Linux Meetup (also covering Open Source, UNIX and UNIX-Like Systems)

    NSU's College of Engineering and Computing

    Topic: "A gentle introduction to the VIM editor" Speaker: Mauricio López Havana, Cuba 1982 Sysadmin since 2004 Computers enthusiast since I can remember. Free Software/Open Source advocate Python Developer We will also be asking the audience to share their favorite vi/vim commands/tricks/insights!

  • Monthly Linux Meetup: Red Hat Update - Jim Wildman

    NSU's Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences

    Monthly Linux Meetup covering Open Source, UNIX and UNIX-Like Systems

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