Presented by:

Sarah Julia Kriesch

from DevOps Consultant at Accenture (IBM)

Sarah Julia Kriesch has got a German education in information technology as a Computer Science Expert for System Integration (IHK) from 2009 until 2012. She has been studying Computer Science at the Nuremberg Institute of Technology after 4 years of work experience in the System Administration. She wrote her Bachelor Thesis at IBM and is working as a DevOps Specialist at Accenture. Sarah is openSUSE Member. She contributes to the s390x port of openSUSE.

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Default community distributions are running in the same issues for special architectures. Every Linux distribution has got mostly separate maintainers and hardware distributors are handling these communities really often disconnected. That has been identified also for the architecture s390x. Therefore, openSUSE, Fedora, Debian, SUSE, Canonical (Ubuntu) and Red Hat have established together with IBM a Linux Distributions Working Group for a better collaboration together and with the goal to achieve better support. In this presentation, you should receive an overview of a good collaboration between Linux distributions and what you can achieve together with such a Working Group.

2022 June 4 - 10:30
25 min
Seminarraum 1

Happening at the same time:

  1. D-Installer Project: Carving a Modern Installer
  2. Start Time:
    2022 June 4 10:30