Not only was I on a panel at JNUC 2022, but I also gave a talk in person too titled: JNUC2022 : On Bootstrap Tokens, Secure Tokens, and Volume Ownership.
Despite me giving this talk in person, Jamf have published the prior recorded remote version (with the majority of talks recorded prior due to JNUC2022‘s hybrid nature).
One difference between this and the panel recording is that this one is COVID-19 free!
See below for a link to the video, the GitHub repo with all of the links and lastly a link to the JNUC2022 playlist.
For JNUC 2022, I was invited onto a panel to discuss patch management solutions for Jamf Pro once again.
This followed a similar format to the 2021 panel. Not only did this years panel include myself alongside Armin Briegel, Ryan Ball and Sam Weiss, but we were joined this time by Isaac Ordonez as well.
Sadly, for the recording, I was a little unwell and the following day tested positive for COVID-19. So, if I sound a little off, that’s why.
See below for a link to the panels video, as well as links to the JNUC 2022 YouTube playlist.