4 advanced troubleshooting tasks for Linux experts and beginners
As organizations look to modern operating platforms to support their business transformation initiatives, they seek to free up more time from daily troubleshooting tasks. In this webinar, we’ll walk you through four advanced troubleshooting uses cases that will simplify management for both the Linux expert and the beginners. The Red Hat Enterprise Linux cockpit administrator console is an easy-to-use web interface for ongoing management of storage, networking, containers, services, and more.
In this session you will learn how to:
- Investigate an unresponsive VM
- Set up a Web Server
- Troubleshoot SELinux with Containers
- Perform a general health check
Date: Thursday, April 19, 2018
Time: 11:00 a.m. ET
Duration: 60 minutes
Jennifer LuPiba, principal product marketing manager, Red Hat
Jennifer LuPiba, Red Hat principal product marketing manager for Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®, focuses on understanding customer needs and the integral part the operating system plays in meeting their initiatives. Prior to flexing her muscles in product marketing, she consulted with clients to design, implement, and train their staffs to use on-premise and cloud-based communications and relationship-management solutions.
Andreas Nilsson, software engineer, Red Hat
Andreas Nilsson, Red Hat software engineer, has been a designer at Red Hat since 2013, primarily working on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux cockpit administrator console. Andreas has been a contributor to GNOME since 2005. In the past, he has also worked on Mozilla Thunderbird.
Lars Karlitski, senior software engineer, Red Hat
Lars Karlitski, Red Hat senior software engineer, is a long-term open source contributor. Since Lars joined Red Hat in 2016, he's been working on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux cockpit administrator console.