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There are a few official social events planned during LCA.
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Alan Robertson is the founder of the [http://assimproj.org Assimilation Project] and earlier founded the [http://linux-ha.org Linux-HA] project, which produced the Heartbeat high-availabilty software, which has been renamed Pacemaker.
  
=== Tuesday ===
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He also founded the US company [http://assimilationsystems.com Assimilation Systems Limited] which develops, promotes and sells support for the Assimilation Project software.  He has a blog at http://techthoughts.typepad.com.
  
* Speakers Dinner
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The Assimilation Project provides integrated IT discovery and monitoring, producing a graph-based ITIL CMDB, and an integrated monitoring system which naturally scales to hundreds of thousands of systems.
** '''When:''' Evening
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** We can't tell you what or where yet ;-)
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=== Wednesday ===
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* Penguin Dinner
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** '''When:''' Evening
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** We can't tell you what or where yet ;-)
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=== Thursday ===
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* Professional Networking Delegates Session
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** '''When:''' Evening
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** We can't tell you what or where yet ;-)
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* [[Social Events/UnPDNS|Unprofessional Delegates Networking Session]] (UnPDNS)
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** '''When:''' Whenever the PDNS is.
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** '''Where:''' tbd
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=== Other ===
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# Not sure if these count but
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* We will be doing a day and or nights of BoFs
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* Open Day is not confirmed yet. If you would like to be involved email contact@lca2014.linux.org.au
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Latest revision as of 04:15, 26 November 2013

Alan Robertson is the founder of the Assimilation Project and earlier founded the Linux-HA project, which produced the Heartbeat high-availabilty software, which has been renamed Pacemaker.

He also founded the US company Assimilation Systems Limited which develops, promotes and sells support for the Assimilation Project software. He has a blog at http://techthoughts.typepad.com.

The Assimilation Project provides integrated IT discovery and monitoring, producing a graph-based ITIL CMDB, and an integrated monitoring system which naturally scales to hundreds of thousands of systems.