UKUUG Biographical details

Lars Marowsky-Bree,
SUSE Labs,
SUSE LINUX AG
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Lars Marowsky-Bree currently works as technical lead and developer for the SUSE Labs. His main area of expertise are High Availability and Cluster related topics; ranging from storage (multipathing, RAID and replication) over network load balancing to Cluster Infrastructure Service, Resource Management and Administration. As a realist (people who call him a pessimist already do not want to know what that would be like!) and natural paranoid, he enjoys these topics a lot.

Using Linux since 1994, his initial involvement with network operations (aka BOFH) provided him with lots of real-life experience about the various reasons for service outages and the one common factor. He soon began to appreciate the complexities in keeping a service running in the face of malicious software, possessed hardware, well-intentioned users and the world at large and loves to rant about it; this has kept him employed and invited to conferences ever since.

In early 2000, he took the chance to work on Linux High Availability exclusively and joined SuSE.

2003-12-05
UKUUG Presentations, etc.
LISA/Winter'04
2004-02-25_26
Tutorial: High Availability Clusters
idem A New Cluster Resource Manager for Heartbeat

 

See the UKUUG events page for scheduled meetings.

 


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