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Friday, February 7 • 10:40 - 11:20
NetworkManager for the Enterprise

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Why not run NetworkManager on all your systems? We've made huge leaps in complex networking configuration and functionalty over the last years, and best of all, NetworkManager will surprise you less! With new support for bridging, bonding, VLANs, Infiniband, Team, tun/tap, macvlan, gre, and more and a powerful new command-line interface, NetworkManager provides a consistent platform for network configuration and monitoring from laptops to the enterprise. Want it to be more static? It can be! Want it to respect changes you make with command-line tools? It will! Come learn where NetworkManager is heading, and how it can work for you today.

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Dan Williams

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Daniel C. B. Williams is a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat with a focus on networking from hardware and drivers to userland and experience. He was hired to work on OpenOffice, started NetworkManager during the usability dark years, was loaned to OLPC for a while, and subsequently began wrestling the Linux networking stack into finishing-move position.

Friday February 7, 2014 10:40 - 11:20
Lecture room D1

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