We’ll walk through a series of real world examples of how to actually use LDAP, PAM, syslog and Memcached integration plugins. At the end of the talk attendees should reasonably be able to expect to be able to get up and running using Drizzle with any of these technologies. This could potentially be expanded to a tutorial, but it’s all pretty easy to do, so it seems more like a 45-minute session to me.
Monty currently works as a core developer on the Drizzle project for Rackspace. Before Drizzle he was a Senior Consultant for MySQL, Inc and then Sun Microsystems focusing on Clustering and High Availability. Between MySQL Consulting and speaking at conferences, he has been to 5 of the 7 continents (and is always aiming for more)
Before MySQL, Monty started several small companies, none of which were the next Facebook. He is an ardent supporter of Free Software and is actively involved in packaging efforts for Debian and Ubuntu. Monty spends the majority of his non-hacking time as a theatre director and lighting designer. He is an Associate Artist with Seattle based theatre company the Satori Group.
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