Be prepared for the greatness that is to be, Montréal-Python 19: Collectivized Cucumber. It will take place on the 28th of February, 2011 at the one and only, Pavillion Sherbrooke de l’UQAM room SH-R810.
In a blaze of unair-conditioned heat, scalding your minds with their awesomeness, our two main presenters will be:
- Sean Braithwaite: Operations and decision making
For better or worse benchmarks are available for many of the web servers we would use in a typical python stack, but how do these metrics apply to our applications as whole? The talk will focus on looking at performance based on several dimensions and taking action on the results.
- Sébastien Pierre: The putative Watchdog, master of the Kitchen Fabric, and other topics of server administration
This presentation is all about server administration and monitorying using Python. We'll fsee how to setup, configure and administer remote machines using Fabric and Cuisine, a library of functions that bring a lot of Opscode's Chef's functionality to Fabric. As once your machine is properly setup, you'll probably want to monitor it, we'll introduce Watchdog, a flexible tool to monitor local or remote machines and processes.
There is still room for more flash presenters. If you’re interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Montréal-Python 19 will start at 5:00 PM with an advanced Python workshop (conditional to interest manifested, stay tuned on the mailing list) and continue afterwards with our regular schedule :
- 18h00: Doors open
- 18h20: Announcements
- 18h30: Flash presentations
- 19h00: Break
- 19h20: Main presentations
- 20h30: Discussions and refreshments at Benelux
Thanks to our sponsors for making Montréal Python 19 possible:
- Le Site