[ubuntu-my] Subject: MyOSS Meetup February 2009 - Khairil Yusof on "FreeBSD Jails - Lightweight Virtualisation"

Ezwan Aizat Abdullah Faiz aizat.faiz at gmail.com
Mon Feb 9 11:50:30 GMT 2009

Taken from http://foss.org.my/meetups

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FreeBSD Jails - Lightweight Virtualisation:
Did you even notice that FOSS.my website server was swapping 2GB? No?  
Then find out how.

Full on virtualisation takes up a lot of resources as each virtual  
instance is treated as a separate machine with disk and memory  
allocation. This may not be the best solution for all use cases. For  
most web applications and development work, a sandbox that shares a  
single kernel with it's own IP is far more efficient. This talk will  
go through a basic introduction, some tricks in getting more out of  
Jails as well as live demo of the setup of Gambit, Inigo's current  

About the Speaker:
Khairil Yusof is a FOSS developer who currently resides in Subang  
Jaya, Malaysia a residential hub just outside of Kuala Lumpur.

He is currently working as an ICT consultant for Inigo an ICT  
consulting company he founded that specialises in Plone and Python  
development. It was founded on the premise of providing a better  
working environment for talented and creative FOSS developers. It was  
also created as a socially responsible company that caters to life  
balance of employees and also to the wider community.

Thursday February 19th 7:30pm

What - Meetup Agenda:
7:30pm - 7:45pm Opening by the Organizer
7:45pm - 8:45pm Talk
8:45pm - 9:00pm Break
9:00pm - 9:30pm Break out sessions

Free. No registration required, just come right in, have a seat, and  
join the crowd.

Ezwan Aizat Bin Abdullah Faiz
aizat.faiz at gmail.com
+6 017 690 8783

MSC Malaysia Cybercentre - Incubation Centre (1B - 3-1), KL Central

About the MyOSS Meetups:
This meetup is possible due to the support and facilities provided by  
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