Gerjan Lleshaj

Currently working as System administrator for I enjoy working with container and virtualization technologies. On the side, i like to participate in CTF-s and learn more about malware analysis.
I have been a community member of Open Labs for the past year and a half, an organization based in Tirana that aims to promote in Albania and in the wider region free and open source technologies, open data, open standards, online privacy and the empowerment of public domain.

Cancelled Talks:

Unnecessarily complicating your Debian mirror setup for fun and frustration

Creating a Debian mirror can be a relatively straightforward process. All you need is a physical server or virtual machine (VM) with ample storage capacity. By configuring the ftp-sync script on this server to retrieve data from your chosen mirror and architecture, and setting up cronjobs for regular updates, you can easily serve the mirror’s content using your preferred web or FTP server.

But why stop at simplicity? Let’s explore the possibilities of adding Kubernetes to the mix and taking the setup to the next level.

In this presentation, we will discuss a proof of concept (POC) that demonstrates how to integrate Kubernetes into the Debian mirror setup. By leveraging the power and flexibility of Kubernetes, we can enhance the scalability, resilience, and manageability of the mirror infrastructure.