In tradition with other FOSS events there are a couple of events on the "Fringe" of Config Management Camp.
In the same venue as Config Management Camp we are hosting:
Foreman Construction Day
Wednesday, February 8, B2.015, B2.010, B2.011
Foreman will be holding its second Foreman Construction Day on Wednesday 8th February 2017, which is the day after Config Management Camp.
The aim is to build upon on the previous 2-4 days of talks and discussions, and put it to use! We're open to all members of our community, such as
- New users looking for help getting started with Foreman
- Users looking to start contributing
- Code contributors to any of the core projects
- Puppet coders for the installer
- Plugin authors (new or existing plugins)
- Translators / documentors
This is a great opportunity to get (more) involved in the community, and spend some face-to-face hack time with other Foreman devs. Hope to see you there!
Register: On Eventbrite.
Puppet Contributors Summit
Wednesday, February 8, B3.036, B3.028, B3.029
Puppet Labs is holding our fourth Puppet Contributors Summit in Ghent, Belgium on February 8, 2017, the day after Config Management Camp. This event is for both existing and new contributors to Puppet, related projects, and modules, and we would love to see the following people attend the Contributors Summit!
- People who submit pull requests and contribute code to our projects
- Community members working on related projects
- People who contribute to Puppet Labs modules or contribute their own modules to the Puppet Forge
- Key community members who answer a lot of questions about using Puppet
- Long-time Puppet users who are interested in doing more
Learn more about the Puppet Contributor Summit and other contributor events. All attendees at Puppet Labs events (speakers and participants) should adhere to our Community Guidelines and Event Code of Conduct. Register: Here
Wednesday, February 8, 10:00 - 16:30, B3.019, B3.026, B3.027
Habitat is application automation that enables modern application teams to build, deploy, and manage any application in any environment - from traditional data-centers to containerized microservices.
This workshop will provide attendees with the knowledge required to package and run applications with Habitat. At the end of this workshop attendees will understand Habitat’s packaging technology, how to package an existing application with Habitat, the benefits of the Habitat studio, how the Habitat supervisor works to provides application focused automation, and how to run applications using Habitat.
We’ll break into small, self-selected working groups to take an application or service of your choice and habitize it. If your laptop already has a working Habitat and Docker setup, awesome! If not, no problem -- we’ll have a breakout group to get you going.
No Habitat experience is required! We'll introduce you to the concepts and get you some time with hands-on Habitat. Register now for the Habitat workshop.
Come join Chef at the Habitat Workshop where we will:
- Give an intro to Habitat and compare it against tools you might be familiar with
- Help you get your development environment setup
- Walk you through Habitat Tutorials, or help you package and run your own application
Chef is dedicated to providing an inclusive and harassment-free experience for anyone who participates in events that are organized or hosted by Chef. All delegates/attendees, speakers, exhibitors, organizers and volunteers at any Chef event are required to conform to the Chef Code of Conduct.
Of course, this workshop is free but we ask that you register in advance so that we can get you all of the prerequisites.
Wednesday, February 8, 10:00 - 16:30, Room B2.009
Mgmt is next generation config management tool. The lead author will be on site to chat with you about mgmt, review your code, help you get your patch merged and there to listen to your design ideas for the project! Come to get help implementing your first native mgmt resource too! You're also welcome to drop in if you'd like to see any of the demos from the mgmt talks repeated. Don't be shy, newcomers welcome!