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|| ||O'Reilly Webcast - When Times Gets Tough, the Tough Get Tuning|
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Join us for a free live webcast:
When Times Get Tough, the Tough Get Tuning: Improve the Performance
of Your Linux Systems
Presented by Dee-Ann LeBlanc
When you experience reduced performance, your first inclination may be to
groan and open your wallet. While new hardware often can offer the best
bang for your buck, it's also possible that you don't need to invest that
money just yet--or at least that you can improve the performance while you
look for a good deal. In this seminar, you'll learn how to break down
performance into four major areas, how to determine which area(s) are
causing your problems, and some tips on how to improve in each.
Attendance is limited, so register now. We'll send you a reminder before
the webcast. And please feel free to share this invitation with others.
Date: Tuesday, October 21 at 10am PDT
Duration: Approx. 60 minutes
Meeting link: http://oreilly.com/go/penguintuning
Questions? Please send email to email@example.com
About Dee-Ann LeBlanc
Dee-Ann LeBlanc (http://www.dee-annleblanc.com) is a course developer for
Splunk, an IT search company. In a previous life she wrote fifteen
computer books, over three hundred articles, and both wrote and taught a
number of courses, much of the content revolving around Linux and open
source. She's also a firm believer at not just throwing money-in terms of
extra hardware and bandwidth-at every performance issue until you know
what's behind it. When she's not breaking down information into teachable
pieces, Dee-Ann plays with her four dogs, spends time with her husband, or
(shhh) takes a break to play some games.
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