Sessions

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JAMF Software Sessions


JAMF Updaterecording available icon
Justin Krisko (JAMF Systems Engineer APAC) & Jamie Davidson (JAMF Country Manager ANZ)

#FromTheLab
John Sutcliffe (JAMF Director of Development)

John Sutcliffe is a Director in the Engineering team at JAMF Software. He has been with JAMF since 2011 and version 8.1 of the Casper Suite. He is responsible for the Sustaining Engineering and Quality teams. John will talk about the inner workings of Engineering, walk through what JAMF does with the metrics from your server, and outline the Casper road map. India Pale Ales go a long way towards keeping him happy!

#FromTheFieldrecording available icon
Daniel MacLaughlin (JAMF Professional Services Engineer)

Casper Lightning Talksrecording available icon
Justin Krisko, Vasko Kirovski, Richard Coates, & Matt Taylor

Avoiding Icebergsrecording available icon
Berry Mak & Rob Distefano(JAMF Support Engineers)


Other Sessions


Documentation – Why All The Cool Kids Are Doing Itrecording available icon
Rich Trouton

OS X Security: Defense in Depthrecording available icon
Rich Trouton

Build your own cloud: How to host the JSS in AWSrecording available icon
John Kitzmiller

Don’t fsck up! or How to Avoid Embarrassment with One Simple Trick: Testingrecording available icon
John Kitzmiller


Mac Support and The Serenity Prayerrecording available icon
Peter Wells, UNSW Australia

Open Source Mac Management Made Easyrecording available icon
Jon Rhoades, St Vincent’s Institute

Imaging is Dead – Long Live Imaging!recording available icon
Marcus Ransom, RMIT University

To Bind or not to Bind, that is the questionrecording available icon
Marcus Ransom, RMIT University

Which Version is This?recording available icon
Duncan McCracken, Mondada Pty Ltd


Workshops


Beginner Bash
Tony Williams

Swift from the Command Line
Tim Nugent