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SVLUG meetings are first Wednesdays of each month at 7PM-9PM!
|Oct. 7th, 2015
||Symantec, Mountain View
CTO, Cumulus Networks, Inc.
Topic: Cumulus Linux: Linux for Network Switches
Wouldn't it be cool to have the entire software universe available for
Linux servers available on your networking devices? Wouldn't it be cool
to reuse your knowledge, scripts, automation tools from your servers on
Linux is a Debian-derived Linux distribution that runs on a wide
variety of 1G, 10G, 40G, and soon 100G switches.
Nolan will talk about why the Cumulus Linux team built it, how it works,
and what advantages there are to managing your switches like Linux servers.
MORE ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
A Linux user (and occasional kernel contributor) since 1995,
Nolan Leake co-founded
Cumulus Networks to
replace proprietary network appliances with open Linux systems.
Nolan loves systems software, hardware, and high-power rocketry.
Earlier meetings and more details are available on our
previous meetings page.
Possible future meetings, yet to be scheduled, are listed on our
Note to presenters: At present, we have no Internet connection in
our meeting room, so please plan accordingly. If you will be
giving a presentation using a Mac, please bring your own
Mac > VGA adapter. Symantec does not provide these, and this
is the one accessory Mac users forget to bring.
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