[announce] May 1 NYC*BUG: Demystify ZFS Replication

NYC*BUG Announcements announce at lists.nycbug.org
Mon Apr 29 13:15:36 EDT 2024

     Demystify ZFS Replication With a Safe and Powerful Approach, Daniel
J. Bell
    2024-05-01 @ 18:45 EDT (22:45 UTC) - NYU Tandon Engineering Building
(new), 370 Jay St, 7th Floor kitchen area, Brooklyn (directly across Jay
St from National Grid office). Closest subway exits in order are Jay St
- MetroTech Station (A, C, R, & F Trains) Borough Hall (4 & 5 Trains).

    Notice: You should RSVP for this meeting at rsvp AT
lists.nycbug.org. You should receive an autoresponse email. Your email
address is sufficient verification for entry.

    ZFS is theoretically a powerhouse for data protection and
performance, but only if you can dodge its many traps. I'll demonstrate
the common ZFS pitfalls and their solutions, along with practical
strategies to simplify and scale your backups. I'll also introduce
Zelta, a toolkit of management scripts built on Unix fundamentals
designed to help you master ZFS with finesse.

    Daniel J. Bell is the CEO of Bell Tower Integration, an NYC-based IT
consultancy with over two decades of experience. A FreeBSD aficionado
for over 25 years, he's all about making advanced systems approachable.
Catch up or learn more about Zelta at https://zelta.space

    Offsite Participation: We plan to stream via NYC*BUG Website unless
the speaker requests otherwise. Q&A will be via IRC on Libera.chat
channel #nycbug - Please preface your questions with '[Q]'

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