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Presentation about using spacewalk [ https://fedorahosted.org/spacewalk/ ] at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. Slides from presentation at Duke's Tech Expo, January 2014 [ ...

Presentation about using spacewalk [ https://fedorahosted.org/spacewalk/ ] at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. Slides from presentation at Duke's Tech Expo, January 2014 [ http://sites.duke.edu/techexpo ]

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    Spacewalk implementation at Fuqua School of Business Spacewalk implementation at Fuqua School of Business Presentation Transcript

    •  We needed more visibility into, and standardization of, our Linux environment  Campus site license for RHEL / RHN was not on the horizon two years ago  Our plant was (and still is) almost entirely CentOS (as opposed to licensed RHEL)
    •  Inventory of Linux servers and their patch levels  Ability to automate the patching of arbitrary groupings of Linux servers  Ability to easily identify status of servers vis a vis security errata
    •  Inventory of Linux servers and their patch levels  Ability to automate the patching of arbitrary groupings of Linux servers  Ability to easily identify status of servers vis a vis security errata
    •  Inventory of Linux servers and their patch levels  Ability to automate the patching of arbitrary groupings of Linux servers  Ability to easily identify status of servers vis a vis security errata
    •  Ability to easily identify when servers need rebooting (due to relevant errata)  Ability to schedule "events" (RPM installs, updates, reboots) to individual or groups of servers  Ability to easily track the status of all events (pending, failed, completed)
    •  Ability to easily identify when servers need rebooting (due to relevant errata)  Ability to schedule "events" (RPM installs, updates, reboots) to individual or groups of servers  Ability to easily track the status of all events (pending, failed, completed)
    •  Ability to easily identify when servers need rebooting (due to relevant errata)  Ability to schedule "events" (RPM installs, updates, reboots) to individual or groups of servers  Ability to easily track the status of all events (pending, failed, completed)
    •  Ability to monitor changes to key files deployed across the plant, along with versioning support  Ability to run arbitrary commands / scripts against arbitrary groups of servers (either scheduled or "immediately")
    •  Ability to monitor changes to key files deployed across the plant, along with versioning support  Ability to run arbitrary commands / scripts against arbitrary groups of servers (either scheduled or "immediately")
    •  Custom channels for management and deployment of locally packaged RPMs  Ability to monitor various "server health" metrics  Ability to easily provision new servers with proper channel subscriptions and base configuration profiles
    •  Custom channels for management and deployment of locally packaged RPMs  Ability to monitor various "server health" metrics  Ability to easily provision new servers with proper channel subscriptions and base configuration profiles
    •  Custom channels for management and deployment of locally packaged RPMs  Ability to monitor various "server health" metrics  Ability to easily provision new servers with proper channel subscriptions and base configuration profiles
    •  User management can use PAM integration with, for instance, Active Directory  OpenSCAP compatible audit scans are built in  Overall satellite comparison: spacewalk vs.
    •  User management can use PAM integration with, for instance, Active Directory  OpenSCAP compatible audit scans are built in  Overall satellite comparison: spacewalk vs.
    •  User management can use PAM integration with, for instance, Active Directory  OpenSCAP compatible audit scans are built in  Overall satellite comparison: spacewalk vs.
    • http://spacewalk.redhat.com/faq.html#compare