Below you’ll find a link to the talks video and all other JNUC 2020 videos, a link to the talks GitHub repo and, why this blog post was been delayed.
The talk was on some of the methodologies dataJAR employs to fully manage 100+ Jamf Pro instances as a distributed team whilst maintaining a high standard throughout.
During the talk we released a few GitHub repos with items that we use day-to-day to help our fellow admins. These will be covered in further detail over the few weeks.
A link to the talks video can be found below, alongside the talks main GitHub repo.
Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the pod
Not a drive was stirring, not even the JBOD
Charles in his kerchief, and Marcus in his hat
Had just settled in for a long Christmas chat.
James Ridsdale did join them, and Ben Toms too,Tom Bridge, Mac Admins Podcast
And they talked about Kickstart and Slack and Ubuntu
“Don’t forget MacADUK!” they shouted, over beer,
We gotcha covered, fellas, no need to fear.
The talk detailed some of how to get more from Slack & how we at dataJAR used Slack to the point where email has become relatively infrequent.
A link to the slides & the links mentioned within can be seen below.
My final talk at MacADUK was held at the last session of the schedule, & was alongside Ellie Shiel & Stephen Warneford-Bygrave
Below can be found the video for the talk & a link to the slides.
The morning of the second day of MacADUK, I was a member of a panel discussing the future of macOS with several fellow admins.
Below is the video of that panel.