Bro4Pros is a one-day workshop for advanced Bro users (i.e., those who use Bro on a daily basis, feel comfortable customizing its configuration, and have written scripts on their own).
This is a joined community effort and get-together, and the program will depend to a large degree on what people want to talk about. Attendance is limited to ensure an interactive and productive atmosphere.
Bro4Pros 2017 is sponsored by Salesforce. Evening refreshments provided by Corelight:
Bro4Pros 2017 will occur Thursday, February 2nd 2017, at Salesforce, 101 Spear St, San Francisco, CA. The workshop begins with breakfast at 8:00am and concludes at 6:00pm.
Salesforce entrace from Spear Street, make an immediate left to the office:
Registration is full.
|8:50am||Welcome and Introduction|
|9:00am||SSL fingerprinting — John Althouse & Jeff Atkinson, Salesforce|
|9:45am||Netmap — Seth Hall, ICSI/Corelight|
|10:45am||Organizational development and Bro — Adam Kniffen, Cisco Systems|
|11:30am||OSQuery — Steffen Haas, University of Hamburg|
|1:30pm||This year in the Lab — Aashish Sharma & Jay Krous, Berkeley Lab|
|2:15pm||A High-speed multi-tenant Bro solution using SR-IOV & containers — Ed Sealing, Sealing Technologies|
|3:15pm||CAF and Bro — Dominik Charousset, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences|
|4:00pm||Using VLAN tags to physically map traffic flow — Dilip Madathil, Reservoir Labs|
|5:00pm||Happy hour, light refreshments|
Due to the size of the workshop, Bro4Pros coordinators will not be reserving hotel rooms for this event. Attendees are responsible for booking their hotel stay.
If you need further help please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
We recommend attendees commute by train if possible as parking may be scarce and expensive. The Embarcadero BART station is a five minute walk to the event site. If you need to travel by car, parking may be available at Hills Plaza Garage, or Portside GarageCentral.
Bro4Pros 2017 is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference at the discretion of the conference organizers.
The Bro Project is a member of Software Freedom Conservancy, a not-for-profit charity that helps promote, improve, develop, and defend Open Source Software. We welcome sponsorship of Bro4Pros and beyond. See our Sponsorship page for more information.
We have a few slots available for community presentations.
Presentations are limited to 45 minutes, including questions and discussion. Feel free to reach out to us if you have questions.
If we have more submissions than slots we will let the Bro Leadership Team select the presentations for Bro4Pros.