I have been working in the Linux industry since before time began -- well, since before Linux began, anyway. I've worked at many of the large Linux/Unix hardware and software companies, such as Bell Labs, HP, AT&T, Sun, and a host of lesser-known names. I've come to love storage: as the internet grows, the bits have to go somewhere! I've worked on drivers for disc drives, HBAs, and tape drives, and now I'm an iSCSI/SCSI expert at SUSE, in the kernel group.
I'm also active outside of SUSE: I'm co-owner of the open-iscsi project, owner of open-isns, and several other projects using C and python.
I love sharing my passion for all things free, including software and beer!
Lee-Man presents 1 Event:
Using iSCSI to share Discs and Tape at LinuxFest Northwest 2019