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[ale] ALE-Central Meeting Thursday April 18, 2013

Ansible, Configuration Management Made Easy: A play in three acts
Ansible is a configuration management system similar to Puppet, Chef
or CFEngine which radically simplifies deploying configurations to a
multitude of systems.

Come learn how to install, configure, and use one of the simplest and
easy to use (but still very powerful) Configuration Management tools.
This presentation is a real-world example done in a fun and
entertaining format -- The Three-Act Play.

"Goozbach" is Derek Carter; a husband, father, woodworking enthusiast,
and active participant in the Open Source Community.
He is the part founder of two Linux users groups, and is a regular
presenter at various conferences.
He also actively contributes to several Open Source projects,
including some of his own.
Derek has worked as a senior Linux systems administrator for a Fortune
500 company.
He has also worked as a consultant to state agencies, and as a QA
engineer for a SAN storage company.
As a Linux instructor, Derek has written course ware, proctored
certification exams, and taught classes across the globe for such
companies as Red Hat, IBM, Novell, HP, and Lockheed Martin, among
Derek currently resides in Athens, Georgia with his family and works
as a full-time Linux consultant and instructor.
Find out more at his site[1] or his blog[2].

 [1]: http://goozbach.com/
 [2]: http://blog.friocorte.com/

Thomas Holmquist is a Systems Development Engineer at Georgia Tech. He
enjoys planes, trains, automobiles and Linux. Writing Bios are one of
his weakpoints.

James P. Kinney III
*Every time you stop a school, you will have to build a jail. What you gain
at one end you lose at the other. It's like feeding a dog on his own tail.
It won't fatten the dog.
- Speech 11/23/1900 Mark Twain
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