As part of Ohio Linux Fest's training program (called "OLF University"), LOPSA will be offering the following classes on Friday, September 10th:
- IPv6 essentials and deployment Strategies
- Black Magic: Linux Troubleshooting and System Administration
- Application Acceleration and Tiered Storage and Archiving
- Monitoring and Nagios
- Introduction to Automating System Administration with Cfengine
- Data Centers: Planning, Expanding, Managing
These classes will be taught by community luminaries such as Dale Carter, Jonathan Billings, and John Sellens.
A full class schedule can be found at http://www.ohiolinux.org/olfu.html
LOPSA instructors return for the fourth year to Ohio Linux Fest in Columbus, Ohio on Friday September 10th - teaching 6 out of 11 classes at Ohio Linux Fest University.
LOPSA serves the public through education on system administration issues; Ohio Linux Fest promotes the education of Linux and Free and Open Source software.
Classes will give OLFU students an intense and personal learning experience. The traditional Ohio LinuxFest conference and expo will take place on Saturday, September 11th. Registration for OLFU is part of the Ohio LinuxFest "Professional Package", which costs $350. It includes OLFU training classes on September 10, admission to The Ohio LinuxFest on September 11, lunch on both days and an official conference t-shirt.
Class sizes will be limited so OLFU students can receive the very best personalized professional training. Classes are by available by pre-registration only. Registration for OLFU will not be available on-site. To register, please visit https://www.ohiolinux.org/register.html