678-333-8491 (10a to 10p est)
Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
c/o Jim Kinney
Emory University School of Medicine
Department of BioMedical Informatics
36 Eagle Row, Suite 588
Atlanta, GA 30322
What is ArchStrike?
ArchStrike is a penetration testing and security layer on top of Arch Linux. Our goal is to have a comprehensive list of bleeding edge security tools. We maintain a KISS, Keep It Simple Stupid, philosophy, while optimizing the tools for i686, x86_64, ARMv6, ARMv7, and ARMv8. We constantly update our tool set to make sure its up to date with the fast-paced infosec environment. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Join the chat: #archstrike on freenode Tweet us: https://twitter.com/ArchStrike Website: https://archstrike.org Tyler Bennett Founder of ArchStrike, Community leader Former Linux SysAdmin turned pentester.
L3 networking throughout the datacenter
Routing on the host refers to the notion of running a routing daemon on your host to directly advertise reachability from the host into the network fabric. Traditionally, this is done using Layer 2 technologies (VLANs, VXLANs) to segment L2 domains and put hosts in a specific VLAN with the ToR advertising subnet reachability. With software such as Quagga users can free users from the lock in of MLAG, help server load balancing via Anycast, and make VMs and Containers dynamically migratable across Datacenters without changing IP addresses.
Speaker Scott Suehle
Community Manager, Cumulus Networks
Scott Suehle is currently the Community Manager for Cumulus Networks. He is a member of the Fedora Project community. Previously worked in support with Eucalyptus Systems and assisted in testing, systems analyst at Duke University and at Yardi Systems, Scott has taught classes on server configuration and SQL.
July 30 starting around 4pm
Bring something to grill and the family (kids very welcome). I’ll (JimK) be making some sides. Adult beverages with responsibility are certainly welcome. Note the preponderance of “beer snobs” in ALE these days – so that Bud Light you were thinking about bringing will go home with you afterwards.
Note: my house is also inhabited by 4 cats. If you have allergies, you’ve been warned.
Email Jim Kinney off list for the address.
So how about the meeting attendees come with their own 1-2 minute topic of how Linux is used by them to get something done. Maybe the first project you did using Linux that convinced you Linux was a tool that you wanted to know more about.
As Thursday is St. Patrick’s day, we will certainly adjourn to Melton’s for libations. The crowd there may be larger than normal.
Please email Jim or JD off list ASAP if you want to present.
The ALE Central meeting will be held at 7:30 pm in the usual location at Emory. The topic will be “LVM – A modern tool for laptops and servers.”
Check the ALE-Central location link for how to get to the room.