This year at Open Source Summit + Embedded Linux Conference in both San Diego and Lyon, we will be doing something a little different: Training Essential tracks. These tracks introduce people to areas of the Linux ecosystem that perhaps they weren’t already familiar with. It isn’t always easy to ask basic questions about foundational technologies in the regular conference talks. However, in the essentials tracks, we go back to the basics and start from the ground up to make sure people are on the correct path for mastering an area of interest. Seminars include both lecture and hands-on sections which allow people to practice what they learned in the lecture portion of the seminar.
Track 1: Linux Administration Essentials
Sessions in this track are aimed at Engineers and Administrators who are relatively new to Linux. Topics have included: achieving bash mastery, network troubleshooting and tips for scaling your system.
Track 2: Cloud Administration Essentials
Sessions in this track are aimed at Engineers and Administrators who are relatively new to working in Cloud environments. Past topics have included: Introduction to KVM, Docker, Kubernetes, and Overview of Cloud Infrastructure. Read more here.
Track 3: Embedded Development Essentials
Sessions in this track are aimed at Embedded Engineers who are new to using Embedded Linux. Conference organizers will provide people who sign up for this tack with an embedded HW kit for use by participants during seminars. Past topics have included: working with bootloaders, embedded buses, drivers, and building embedded user spaces. Read more here.