LISA '04: Complete Program Available (fwd)
Daniel E Singer
des at cs.duke.edu
Tue Aug 10 20:16:11 EDT 2004
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From: Lee_Damon at usenix.org
Subject: LISA '04: Complete Program Available - Register Today! (37010)
I'm pleased to invite you to join me in Atlanta for the 18th Large
Installation System Administration Conference (LISA '04): "System
Administration Reality--Automation, Configuration, and Users."
For the past 17 years LISA has been the focal point for the global
community of system and network administrators. This year LISA
continues that tradition, featuring innovative tools and techniques
essential to your professional and technical development.
New for 2004: 6 days of tutorials. Select from over 50 tutorials
taught by expert instructors, including:
*Aeleen Frisch on Administering Linux in Production Environments
*Tom Christiansen and Mark-Jason Dominus on Advanced Perl Programming
*Gerald Carter on LDAP and Managing Samba
*David Blank-Edelman on Over the Edge System Administration
*Tom Limoncelli on Time Management for System Administrators
* Curtis Preston on Backup Techniques
* and more . . .
The full training program can be found at
In addition to the training, 3 days of technical sessions include
top-notch refereed papers, informative invited talks and panels, and
expert Guru sessions.
Our Invited Talks Track offers our most impressive slate of speakers
to date. Speakers include:
* Keynote Speaker Howard Ginsberg, Senior Technology Implementation
Manager for CNN Technology, on the challenges of replacing most of the
videotape-based operations with server-based video storage.
* Simson Garfinkel on what your used disk drives reveal to the world
* Keri Carpenter and Tom Limoncelli on Lessons Learned from Howard
Dean's Digital Campaign
LISA is the premier forum for presenting new research in system
administration. We selected papers from over 60 submissions,
showcasing state-of-the-art work on topics including Spam/Email,
ntrusion and Vulnerability Detection, Security, System Integrity,
2nd Annual Spam Mini Symposium
Back by popular demand, the Spam Mini Symposium will again focus on
ways to fight spam. Leading spam experts will present the latest
research findings and counter-spam techniques, including talks by:
* Joshua Goodman on How to Stop the Spam
* Doug Hughes on Lessons Learned Reimplementing an ISP Mail Service
Infrastructure to Cope with Spam
* John Graham-Cumming on What Spammers Are Doing to Get Around
Bayesian Filtering and What We Can Expect for the Future
And much more . . .
- Bring your perplexing technical questions to experts at LISA's
unique "The Guru Is In" sessions
- Explore the latest commercial innovations at the Vendor Exhibition
For complete program information and to register, see
Early registration discounts for LISA '04, taking place November
14-19, 2004, in Atlanta, GA, are available now! Register by Friday,
October 22, and save up to $300!
We're pleased to be bringing LISA to Atlanta and look forward to
seeing you there.
Lee Damon, University of Washington
LISA '04 Program Chair
lisa04chair at usenix.org
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