[clug] Upcoming talk?
bob at cs.anu.edu.au
Mon Sep 18 23:56:51 UTC 2017
On 18/09/2017 10:59 pm, Paul Wayper via linux wrote:
> On 18/09/17 17:03, George at Clug via linux wrote:
>> Anything planned for this month?
> I'm happy to give a talk about an Open Source project I'm working on at Red
> Hat called Insights.
> Insights is basically a way of automating 'situation' detection on Linux
> computers. 'Situation' here is fairly broad - it can be anything from 'you
> have a package with a known vulnerability listening on an open port' to 'you
> have this hardware, which is incompatible with this setting in the software
> you're running' to 'it looks like you can get more performance out of your
> database if you set this setting here'. The main repository:
> is open source and my current work is on getting a 'demo' set of rules open
> sourced (mainly for lack of ideas rather than will).
> This would be a more technical talk, looking at how you write rules in Python
> for Insights, but I'm happy to spend a lot of time in Q&A covering what
> Insights is, what it isn't, how it can help and how it isn't going to put
> technical support people out of a job :-)
> Is that interesting to anyone?
> Hope this helps,
We kind of agreed, back in June, to go bi-monthly, with Steve Walsh
giving his git talk last month, and the "privacy-fest" talks on in
If you are sure you will be ready to go next week and if people are
keen to come and find out about Insights, then I am happy to come in
and open up etc.
Otherwise we can leave it to a future meeting?
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