• Linux and Open Source Q & A
    This month's meeting will be a question and answer session on Linux and Open Source in general. Bring your questions or, if you prefer, email [masked] with your questions. This session will be completely interactive. Anyone can ask and anyone can answer questions... See you on Saturday.

    Sheraton Tysons Hotel

    8661 Leesburg Pike · Tysons, VA

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  • Intro to Lambda
    Sid Ramesh will be presenting an Intro to AWS Lambda (Serverless applicaitons): This talk is on AWS Lambda 101 : how to set one up, what does serverless mean, what are the features of AWS Lambda and a couple of code examples demonstrating AWS Lambda

    Sheraton Tysons Hotel

    8661 Leesburg Pike · Tysons, VA

    14 comments
  • Decentralized Applications
    Stuart Gathman will be presenting on Decentralized Applications - More details to follow.

    Sheraton Tysons Hotel

    8661 Leesburg Pike · Tysons, VA

    10 comments
  • Job Hunting Seminar
    This month's meeting will feature tips on job hunting from both a job hunter point of view and from a recruiter's (both general and company) perspective. There will be a panel of both to answer questions at the end.

    Sheraton Tysons Hotel

    8661 Leesburg Pike · Tysons, VA

    7 comments
  • It Security Auditing
    Mark Fearer will be presenting on infosec IT audit with an emphasis on comparing infosec with physical security. About Mark: Mark Fearer, CISA, CISSP leads a team of information technology auditors at the US Securities & Exchange Commission who examine infrastructure of stock exchanges for good practices in efforts to keep them available and secure. Mark and his team reference NIST standards for baseline information security. With three decades of system and network administration experience Mark holds a masters degree in computer science, several industry certifications, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in cyber-security at Capitol Technology University in Laurel.

    Sheraton Tysons Hotel

    8661 Leesburg Pike · Tysons, VA

    6 comments
  • Intro to BASH Shell Scripting
    John Kennedy will do an intro to Shell Scripting. This will cover the basics of scripting from Why you would want to script to command flow through scripts. There will be several examples through out the presentation including quite a few small basic scripts.

    Red Hat

    8260 Greensboro Dr Suite 300 · McLean, VA

    6 comments
  • An introduction to Ansible
    Gerald Dykeman (Red Hat) will introduce Ansible and show live how to use Ansible to manage, provision and maintain all kinds of environments, from the cloud (AWS, Azure, GKS), Virtual Machines to network devices. Ansible delivers simple IT automation that ends repetitive tasks and frees up DevOps teams for more strategic work. More information about Ansible can be found on https://www.ansible.com. Ansible is included with a lot of distributions like Fedora and Ubuntu.

    Red Hat

    8260 Greensboro Dr Suite 300 · McLean, VA

    9 comments
  • An Introduction to AWS CloudFormation
    Doug Toppin will be talking about AWS CloudFormation as an intro and how it can be used to perform various resource actions and the benefits of using it in general. One example will be working with ECS (Elastic Container Service) clusters. I should be able to livestream to YouTube (using my slick Mevo Plus camera as well). The presentation will be from this repo (click the gitpitch slideshow badge and use your arrow keys to navigate it). https://github.com/dougtoppin/presentation-aws-cloudformation

    Red Hat

    8260 Greensboro Dr Suite 300 · McLean, VA

    22 comments
  • Intro to AWS Command Line Interface
    John Kennedy will be presenting Intro to AWS Commandline Interface (CLI). Like last month's meeting, this will be presented for you to follow along so please have an AWS account to use along with a running RDS and EC2 instance and all that goes with it. It is best that these instances are disposable as part of the presentation will go over terminating instances. John suggests creating a free tier account for the meeting. He will avoid services that will incur charges to new free tier accounts but I cannot guarantee this for free tier accounts being used. He will also try to arrive by 9:15am if you need help creating a free tier account. Some topics that will be covered include things like creating keys, listing instances, creating instances, terminating instances, managing S3 buckets and data, formatting output, and keeping your CLI secure.

    Red Hat

    8260 Greensboro Dr Suite 300 · McLean, VA

    10 comments
  • Intro to AWS and AWS Free Tier
    Please, please, please - If you RSVP to say you are attending, please do. If your plans change, please update your RSVP. We have a limited number of seats and can't go over 50 attendees. An unfulfilled Yes is a seat that someone else could have taken. Thanks. John Kennedy will present an intro to AWS including what is included in the AWS "Free Tier" - For new AWS accounts Amazon will give free services for a year. John will cover the common services in detail and outline all free tier services. He will also show ways to get the most out of the free tier. This meeting is sponsored by SG2 Recruiting and their president Suzie Grieco who will provide bagels, coffee, juice, and water for your breakfast enjoyment.

    Red Hat

    8260 Greensboro Dr Suite 300 · McLean, VA

    17 comments