openSUSE Infrastructure 2015
How openSUSE runs it's own infrastructure
Team lead of the DevOPS team at SUSE
Lars works now since more than 10 years for the SUSE Linux GmbH and is currently the leader of the DevOPS (while theyself call them BuildOPS) team inside SUSE.
Together with his team he is responsible for the backend development of the Open Build Service, the Package HUB project, internal package reviews, product creation and the build service infrastructure.
In his free time, he helps the openSUSE heroes to administrate the openSUSE infrastructure.He is currently also a member of the openSUSE review team and the glorious openSUSE Education team. By maintaining more than 500 packages inside the openSUSE Build Service, he is most of the time busy with fixing bugs, reviewing sources and responding to community requests. Beside this, his current focus is the monitoring of the available infrastructure and the availability of the provided services at all.
What services are running behind the opensuse.org domain? How are those managed and monitored? What needs to be done to start an own service under the *.opensuse.org umbrella? What is there already - and what is planned and needed in the future? Are there requests from community members and how are they handled? Who is making decisions - and when? What is running behind the openSUSE Build Service - and the well known Wiki and Wordpress instances? Who are those crazy guys that handle my requests? Whatever you wanted to know about about the openSUSE infrastructure - here is the place to get your answers.
- 2015 May 2 15:45
- 30 min
- Second room
- openSUSE Conference
- Development, Technology & Security