The Bay Area Linux Users Group
(BALUG) is hosting a great talk tonight (10/16) titled “Open Source Backup with Amanda
” by the project’s co-Founder, Paddy Sreenivasan
. Paddy will explain how Amanda is different, the projects current status and why Linux users should consider deploying it.
RSVP@BALUG.ORG - RSVPs are not mandatory, but they do help us out a lot
October 16th, 2007 (Tonight!!!)
Four Seas Restaurant
731 Grant Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94108
The event is free. However, dinner is $13 for those that want to eat.
Amanda is the worlds most popular open source backup and recovery software. Amanda protects over 500,000 systems running Linux, UNIX, OS-X & Windows. Paddy Sreenivasan is the co-founder & VP Engineering of Amanda’s commercial twin, Zmanda. http://amanda.zmanda.com
BALUG is lively gathering of Linux users & free software enthusiasts that combines great food, community & intimate access to featured speakers. We meet in the bar of the Four Seas Restaurant from 6:30pm. At 7pm, we share a family-style Chinese dinner, which is followed by our guest speaker.