Speakers: Pepijn Bruienne
Level: Intermediate, Lecture
Excerpt: A review of the current state of Mac Admin Open Source Software, its implementation potential and a look at what’s ahead.
Description: With Apple’s exit from most Enterprise products it is upon the Mac Admin with scale needs beyond that of OS X Server to find something more capable. In recent years a very active OSS landscape has formed from within the Mac Admin community. Among the tools this community has to offer there may very well be one or two (or three) that could benefit your organization. We will take a look at Mac Admin OSS as it exists today and the capabilities offered to Mac Admins. When combined with modern microservices architecture courtesy of the Docker suite of tools your deployment timeline has the potential to go from months to ‘whoa!’
About the speakers
Pepijn Bruienne – Senior Mac Development and Operations Specialist – University of Michigan (Twitter: bruienne)
Pepijn Bruienne is a Senior Mac Development and Operations Specialist at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He specializes in OS X and Linux server and client deployment. With more than a decade and a half of experience in a variety of Mac Admins areas, his skills include Systems Administration, Operations Management, Mac/Linux/Windows Server and Desktop integration, software deployment, configuration management and process improvement.