Democratizing Distro Engineering*
The Clear Linux Project has some really nifty, fully open source innovations that can help anyone build and maintain unique distros of their own.
Clear Linux for Intel Architecture is a new Linux distribution that aims to showcase Intel Architecture innovations. But standing behind this distro is a team of passionate and committed open source enthusiasts that have produced some very cool innovations that play to the community as a whole. This talk will dive into several innovations and distro-engineering tool chains that the Clear Project has open-sourced, such as fast & secure OS patching, on-demand debugging, automated software packaging, and mixing – which gives users the ability to compose their own OS.
distribution, distro, security, packaging, composable OS
OpenStack Summit Spring 2014 - "Intel IT and OpenStack/KVM"
Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit - Panel, "KVM End User Forum"
First time for this talk.
After a long career as a Unix and Linux system administrator, I joined the Open Source Technology Center at Intel for a ride on the developer side of life. Still finding my way around on that, I’ve been lending my experience to the Clear Linux Project for Intel Architecture.