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Tuesday, July 9th, 2024

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“Adventures in ZFS: Keeping data through hardware failures”


Daniel Weiss,
Senior I.T. Manager at Standard Calibrations Inc.


Event Overview:

Daniel is the Senior I.T. Manager at Standard Calibrations Inc. He brings a wealth of experience and expertise of over 12 years. Starting a Helpdesk and eventually working his way up to the Senior Manager role. He has a diverse skill set that includes the deployment, maintenance, and repair of various server environments such as Ubuntu, Debian, RedHat, and Mac OSX. Daniel has extensive experience working with covers web servers, local mail server hosting, TrueNAS data storage, Windows servers and systems, and multi-site networking.

Just us as he discusses "Adventures in ZFS: Keeping Data Through Hardware Failures," which promises to be both enlightening and engaging. Our speaker will delve into the challenges of handling hardware and data in production environments, sharing war stories, recovery experiences, and lessons learned. Attendees will gain insights into architecting systems for resiliency, managing different types of backups, and understanding their importance. With practical advice on how to turn potential disasters into manageable setbacks, this talk is a must-attend for anyone looking to enhance their data management strategies and protect their systems against failures and ransomware threats.


5:30 PM – 6:00 PM Meet, Greet and Network ECPI University
6:00 PM – 6:15 PM Introduction and upcoming events discussion 5555 Greenwich Rd
6:15 PM – 7:15 PM Speakers Presentation and Q&A Suite 360
7:15 PM – 7:45 PM ISSA-HR Business Meeting (Meeting ends) Virginia Beach, VA 23462
7:45 PM Unofficial social @ Plaza Degollado Mexican Grill

Please register for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/adventures-in-zfs-keeping-data-through-hardware-failures-tickets-929175367537?aff=oddtdtcreator

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