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August 19-21 - Co-Located Events
August 21-23 - Conference
Hilton San Diego Bayfront - San Diego, CA
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Tuesday, August 20
 

2:00pm

Workshop: Instrumenting Cloud Native Applications (Additional Fee; Pre-registration Required)
The goal of this workshop is to familiarize application and site reliability engineers with the benefits that modern observability tools provide to the builders and curators of cloud native applications.

In this workshop, attendees will configure a RBAC-enabled vanilla K8S cluster in GKE, deploy prometheus and jaeger in support of observing and monitoring a distributed microservice application, instrument that application by introducing libraries and tooling to support capturing business metrics as well. Each attendee will configure, update, and deploy a cloud native application.

Please to your current Open Source Summit Registration. There will be a $50.00 registration fee.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Crawley

Kevin Crawley

Developer Relations, Instana
Kevin has been distinguished by by his peers as a Docker Captain for his work with the community and the successful implementation of Docker in production at several organizations over the past 5 years. He’s lead several open space style groups, and recently spoke on using open... Read More →


Tuesday August 20, 2019 2:00pm - 5:00pm
410 B

2:00pm

Workshop: Hacking Device Drivers - How to Get Into Kernel Development (Additional Fee; Pre-registration Required)
Device drivers are an important entry point into Linux kernel development. The device drivers staging branch is an environment where newbies are welcome and there efforts are fostered.

In this tutorial you will learn some ways to find useful and interesting problems to work on, you will learn how to find tasks that enable you to learn and how to go about contributing your work back to the kernel.

In this tutorial you will learn how to use kernel development tools to find tractable problems to solve. These include checkpatch.pl, Sparse, Smatch, and Coccinelle. You will also learn about LKML etiquette (or how not to get flamed), how to write a git commit log message (or how not to get flamed), how to use git to ease your work flow, and how to craft a patch series that is acceptable to the kernel community.
 
 Please to your current Open Source Summit Registration. There will be a $50.00 registration fee.

Speakers
avatar for Tobin C. Harding

Tobin C. Harding

Software Developer, Self employed
For the last six years Tobin has been chasing the dream of becoming a kernel hacker. He started his kernel hacking 'career' by doing driver patches in staging/. In 2017 he enjoyed a small amount of success when hashing of printk specifier %p landed in v3.15. He spent 2018 predominantly... Read More →


Tuesday August 20, 2019 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Aqua Salon AB
 
Wednesday, August 21
 

11:30am

Workshop: End-to-end IoT Security Hands-on Workshop with Azure Sphere & Azure IoT Central, sponsored by Microsoft (Pre-registration Required)
This is your chance to get hands-on with Azure Sphere at Open Source Summit / Linux Embedded! Azure Sphere is a solution for creating highly-secured IoT applications that is comprised of a new class of secured MCUs, a secured OS, and a security service for renewable device security and updates. You will work through creating an application using Visual Studio, create a dashboard in Azure IoT Central, send device telemetry to your dashboard, and send commands back to your device from the cloud. Come see how easy Azure Sphere makes secure IoT development.

Please add Azure Sphere & Azure IoT Central to your current Open Source Summit Registration.

Wednesday August 21, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
204B

2:30pm

Workshop: End-to-end IoT Security Hands-on Workshop with Azure Sphere & Azure IoT Central, sponsored by Microsoft (Pre-registration Required)
This is your chance to get hands-on with Azure Sphere at Open Source Summit / Linux Embedded! Azure Sphere is a solution for creating highly-secured IoT applications that is comprised of a new class of secured MCUs, a secured OS, and a security service for renewable device security and updates. You will work through creating an application using Visual Studio, create a dashboard in Azure IoT Central, send device telemetry to your dashboard, and send commands back to your device from the cloud. Come see how easy Azure Sphere makes secure IoT development.

Please add Azure Sphere & Azure IoT Central to your current Open Source Summit Registration.

Wednesday August 21, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
204B

3:15pm

Workshop: Hands On FOSSology, SW360 and SPDX - Michael C. Jaeger, FOSSolgy.org / Siemens AG*
FOSSology and SW360 are both software projects in the area of OSS license compliance. FOSSology can run license, copyright and export control scans and has a Web user interface providing a compliance workflow. SW360 allows organizations for maintaining a component inventory – the software bill-of-material (S-BOM). SW360 generates license compliance documentation for all involved (OSS) components of a product. It enables other use cases in the area of vulnerability management or export control. SPDX is a specification for exchanging license compliance (and more) information about software deliveries.

This tutorial performs a walkthrough on how to implement license compliance. From a java build, dependency information is sent to an SW360 server. In SW360, sending source code to FOSSology triggers license scanning resulting in SPDX documents. Then, SW360 generates license compliance documentation. The tutorial will provide an example case based on a Java software project.

Speakers
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Michael C. Jaeger

Project Lead FOSSology & SW360, Siemens AG
Michael C. Jaeger is one of the maintainers for Linux Foundation's FOSSology and Eclipse SW360 projects, both available on Github and both in the area of OSS handling w.r.t. license compliance and component management.At Siemens Corporate Technology in Munich, Germany, Michael works... Read More →



Wednesday August 21, 2019 3:15pm - 5:45pm
Indigo D
  • Session Slides Included Yes

3:15pm

Workshop: Zero-to-Canary With Spinnaker - Nicholas Parks, Kenzan*
So you keep hearing about Spinnaker, and you want to try to do something but don't know where to get started? We have the Tutorial for you!

Instead of relying on a random Spinnaker 'HowTo' blog post on the internet, this three-hour tutorial session goes from creating a manageable Spinnaker instance to perform Canary Deployment on Kubernetes. At the beginning of the session, we use open source tools to automate the creation of a Containerized Continuous Delivery environment on GCP in under 30 minutes. We explore Spinnaker's integration with Google, Cloud Registry, Cloud Storage, PubSub and other GCP services.

During the rest of the course, students deploy a simple microservice with a simple pipeline and then evolve this simple pipeline to perform more complex actions. Finally, students build a functioning canary pipeline featuring Spinnaker's Automated Canary Analysis capabilities. The course finishes with a discussion of how open source delivers the cloud-native landscape.

Speakers
avatar for Nicholas Parks

Nicholas Parks

Cloud Architect, Kenzan
Nicholas is a Cloud Architect at Kenzan. He has worked in various industries spanning Defense, Intelligence, Law Enforcement, Airlines, retail, different healthcare, and telecommunications. Always worked in globally distributed solutions starting with data centers on-prem to global... Read More →



Wednesday August 21, 2019 3:15pm - 6:00pm
Aqua Salon E
  • Session Slides Included Yes

4:20pm

Workshop: End-to-end IoT Security Hands-on Workshop with Azure Sphere & Azure IoT Central, sponsored by Microsoft (Pre-registration Required)
This is your chance to get hands-on with Azure Sphere at Open Source Summit / Linux Embedded! Azure Sphere is a solution for creating highly-secured IoT applications that is comprised of a new class of secured MCUs, a secured OS, and a security service for renewable device security and updates. You will work through creating an application using Visual Studio, create a dashboard in Azure IoT Central, send device telemetry to your dashboard, and send commands back to your device from the cloud. Come see how easy Azure Sphere makes secure IoT development.

Please add Azure Sphere & Azure IoT Central to your current Open Source Summit Registration.

Wednesday August 21, 2019 4:20pm - 5:20pm
204B
 
Thursday, August 22
 

11:15am

Workshop: Build Your Custom Vision Model and Deploy it to Vision AI DevKit, sponsored by Microsoft (Pre-registration Required)
The lab will provide an introduction to Vision AI DevKit, an intelligent edge camera, that can do inferencing in the device instead of sending data to the cloud for analysis. You will use the AI camera (Out-of-Box experience) and see it running the default vision model that recognizes 183 items. Then you’ll train your own vision AI model using customvision.ai and deploy it to the camera using Azure IoT Hub.

Please add Build Your Custom Vision Model and Deploy it to Vision AI DevKit to your current Open Source Summit Registration.

Thursday August 22, 2019 11:15am - 12:15pm
204B

2:10pm

Workshop: Build Your Custom Vision Model and Deploy it to Vision AI DevKit, sponsored by Microsoft (Pre-registration Required)
The lab will provide an introduction to Vision AI DevKit, an intelligent edge camera, that can do inferencing in the device instead of sending data to the cloud for analysis. You will use the AI camera (Out-of-Box experience) and see it running the default vision model that recognizes 183 items. Then you’ll train your own vision AI model using customvision.ai and deploy it to the camera using Azure IoT Hub.

Please add Build Your Custom Vision Model and Deploy it to Vision AI DevKit to your current Open Source Summit Registration.

Thursday August 22, 2019 2:10pm - 3:10pm
204B

4:05pm

Workshop: Build Your Custom Vision Model and Deploy it to Vision AI DevKit, sponsored by Microsoft (Pre-registration Required)
The lab will provide an introduction to Vision AI DevKit, an intelligent edge camera, that can do inferencing in the device instead of sending data to the cloud for analysis. You will use the AI camera (Out-of-Box experience) and see it running the default vision model that recognizes 183 items. Then you’ll train your own vision AI model using customvision.ai and deploy it to the camera using Azure IoT Hub.

Please add Build Your Custom Vision Model and Deploy it to Vision AI DevKit to your current Open Source Summit Registration.

Thursday August 22, 2019 4:05pm - 5:05pm
204B