More Sysadmin Study Group than you can handle! FUDCon Blacksburg and SCaLE 10x

As mentioned previously, there will be a Sysadmin Study Group workshop at FUDCon.

Now we’re announcing the Sysadmin Study Group will be the Fedora Activity Day at SCaLE 10x!

So Exciting!

Well, it’s been a week since the first run of my ec2 instances for the SysadminSG (or System Administrators Study Group).Things look promising. The folks over in #fedora-cloud and #boxgrinder have been especially helpful! Thanks a ton msavy and gholms and rbergeron too!

The plan here is to grant every user in a room access to an ec2 instance for 24-hours. It may be shorter or longer, depending on a few unknowns at this time. After some additional testing tonight, I think just a bit more work and the workshop will ready. We still need to update the Study Guide to match the RHEL6 RHCSA exam and RHCE exam requirements, so if anyone wants to take that on, just let me know and I’ll point you in the right direction.

If you are looking to do some RHCE prep with others, come on down to the Sysadmin SG workshop at either FUDCon Blacksburg or SCaLE 10x! We look forward to seeing you there!

Cheers,

Herlo

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One Response to More Sysadmin Study Group than you can handle! FUDCon Blacksburg and SCaLE 10x

  1. David Ramsey says:

    +1 Clint!!! :)

    I think my fellow APAC’ers would love to try out the EC2. :)

    What do you think about making sure all baseline setups from the “end user” like ssh keys as well as sample scenarios to allow for pre-test as well as integration for providing a foundation for System Administrators to learn? :)

    I have been composing your URLs as well as my “favorite” ones, to help supplement. :)

    Open to all ideas as well as considerations. :D

    Thank You
    Sincerely
    - David -

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