Getting to know AutoYaST
Imobach González Sosa
SUSE Linux GmbH
I’m a Ruby developer and Linux lover, but I’m interested also in other languages and technologies. During some years I was writing Ruby on Rails applications and administering systems. In April 2015 I joined SUSE and currently I enjoy working in the YaST team.
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AutoYaST has been around for a couple of years now, but perhaps it is not well known to part of the openSUSE community. This tool, which allows to perform unattended installations of open(SUSE) systems, is extensively used by SUSE (including customers and partners). Actually, products like SUSE Manager or CaaSP (or Kubic, its Tumbleweed based flavor) take advantage of AutoYaST.
During this workshop, attendees will take a tour through the most prominent AutoYaST features, studying (and implementing) some typical use cases. Moreover, they will learn what to do when things go wrong and how to extend and tweak AutoYaST to make it fit their needs.
We will spend some time checking recent changes like chrony and firewalld support or the latest improvements regarding to the new YaST storage layer. And, of course, we will have a look at the future of AutoYaST.
So if you are interested what AutoYaST can do for you, do not hesitate to join us!
- 2018 May 25 13:00
- 3 h
- 349 (Workshop)
- openSUSE Conference 2018
- Requires Registration:
- Yes (Registered: 20/20)