After a lot of preparations, it’s finally going to happen: official Suricata trainings!
In the next couple of months I’ll be doing at least 3 sessions: a home match (Amsterdam), a workshop in Luxembourg and a session at DeepSec. Next to this, we’re planning various US based sessions on the East coast and West coast.
I’m really looking forward to doing these sessions. Other than the official content, there will be plenty of room for questions and discussions.
Hope to see you soon! 🙂
Next month I will be attending Hack.lu. The entire Suricata team will be present as well. We’ll be doing several meetings, including a training day on the 24th of October.
If you are close and interested in Suricata, please consider joining us. The training is free and does not require you to pay for the conference.
The Suricata development training at RAID 2012 next week is going to happen, so please all RSVP. It’s free!
If you’re planning to attend, please let me know what topics you are interested in. We have core devs in the room, so we can go hardcore on everything from the threading to packet capture to CUDA to pattern matching… also more straightforward stuff like extending Suricata with new keywords, log modules, etc.
Let me know! Oh and RSVP! 🙂
We’re considering to offer a Suricata development training day around the next OISF brainstorm meeting. That would be in Amsterdam around the RAID conference, in early September.
Topics we could cover:
– code/development overview
– create/extend detect module
– create/extend output module
– app layer module
– proto detection
The training would probably be free as it’s an excercise for us as well, so we’d just want honest feedback in return 🙂
Nothing is set in stone at this point, but I wanted to throw the idea around already. If you’re interested in joining this session, please let us know! If there is enough interest we may just make this happen!