Gotta say, I was quite impressed. Talks were great and always given by experts, typically very the guys/gals working on the projects. RHEL7 is looking very good - I'm even warming up to systemd. Linux containers are also very impressive for managing app resource utilization. Only conference hiccup I saw was in the RHEV lab, when the storage went a little melty as 160+ users tried to provision VMs at the same time. The other labs I attended went off without a hitch and were very useful. Can't beat playing with the latest tech on someone else's hardware. The Moscone Center was brilliant - these guys are the A-team when it comes to hosting a quality conference.
Game ON bright and early tomorrow...
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