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This hands-on workshop will walk you through building a simple distributed sensor network. Using an Arduino board, off-the-shelf sensors, and XBee radios, we'll show you how to put together an individual sensor platform (commonly known as a "mote") and how to network more than one of these platforms together to build a small scale distributed network.
In this session we'll quickly go over the basic concepts of juju and spend the rest of the time walking through explicit examples of juju in action. We'll look at stacks of services and the charms behind those services.
Location: Portland 255
Call us crazy, but here is where you stand up an OpenStack cloud, from
scratch, in three and a half hours. Running full throttle through the
basics of OpenStack, this fast-paced tutorial will whirl through
authentication, image storage, networking, and compute at breakneck
speed. Not for the faint at heart.
Bosh is an open source cloud orchestration tool chain, which will let you deploy your application to a number of clouds, and manage the whole application lifecycle - release engineering, VM creation, VM resizing, operating system upgrades, database & application upgrades.
Learn about what has been called "most important numerical algorithm of our lifetime" - the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). In this talk, you will get foundational knowledge of the Fourier Transform and learn how to use Python to extract useful information from sound clips.
People have been fascinated with random numbers for millennia. How far have we come in that time, and why are they so important? How did a medieval monk's work end up responsible for decades of questionable science? How is something we had no trouble doing before recorded history still causing problems in the cloud? All these questions, and more, will be answered.
This talk is about systems performance for enterprise and cloud computing environments. This covers the performance of operating systems themselves, and the performance of applications from operating system context. This talk is intended for any open source operating system, especially the illumos and Linux kernels.