Call for Papers- 2nd USENIX System Admin of Windows NT Conference

Call for Papers- 2nd USENIX System Admin of Windows NT Conference

Post by Toni Vegl » Fri, 02 Oct 1998 04:00:00



LISA-NT, 2nd Large Installation System Administration of Windows NT
Conference
      July 14-16, 1999
      Seattle, Washington
Sponsored by USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association
Co-sponsored by SAGE, the System Administrators Guild

Co-located with the 3rd USENIX Windows NT Symposium, August 12-14, 1999

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Call for Papers: http://www.usenix.org/events/lisa-nt99
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What are the qualities of good models of system and network
administration?  Sites around the world are asking this question as
they build networks of varying size and complexity that include
Microsoft Windows NT on the desktop, in the server room, or both.
LISA-NT is a forum to bring system administration professionals
together to discuss workable solutions to the issues of
administering and scaling the NT environment.

LISA NT is about creating a community of system administrators from
diverse computing environments and giving them the opportunity to
discuss problems and share solutions.  The Conference Co-chairs,
Gerald Carter of Auburn University and Ralph Loura of DE Shaw &
Co., invite you to submit technical papers as well as proposals for
invited talks, panel sessions, tutorials, and Work-in-Progress
reports. Please go to the web site to review the call for papers,
make a submission, and join us in making LISA NT '99 the premiere
conference for system administrators of distributed NT
environments. Submission proposals are due Feb. 23, 1999.

To facilitate these discussions, we encourage you to consider these
topics:

Management of homogeneous Windows NT networks
Management of NT in heterogeneous environments
Large-scale or distributed NT management solutions and experiences
Locally developed administration tools and techniques
Models for centralized, remote or distributed management
Reduction of the total cost of ownership for users and / or workstations
Backups and restores
User accounts
Integration of NT into complex, existing environments
Integration of NT into UNIX environments
Integration of UNIX into NT environments
Use of cross-platform distributed services
Remote access Laptops and PDAs
Successful use of third-party applications during daily administration
Surveys of examined tools (good and bad) while implementing a solution
Performance tuning and measurement
E-mail management
Central name service and browsing
Software licensing, deployment, and upgrade management
Security issues, including policies, education, response, and fixes
The registry

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USENIX is the Advanced Computing Systems Association, a nonprofit
society with a membership drawn from the international community of
systems and software professionals. SAGE, the System Administrators
Guild, is a Special Technical Group within the USENIX Association.
SAGE is dedicated to the recognition and advancement of system
administration as a profession.

 
 
 

1. Call for Papers- 2nd USENIX System Admin of Windows NT Conference

Announcement and Call for Papers

LISA-NT, 2nd Large Installation System Administration of Windows NT
Conference
      July 14-16, 1999
      Seattle, Washington
Sponsored by USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association
Co-sponsored by SAGE, the System Administrators Guild

Co-located with the 3rd USENIX Windows NT Symposium, August 12-14, 1999

=================================================================
Call for Papers: http://www.usenix.org/events/lisa-nt99
=================================================================

What are the qualities of good models of system and network
administration?  Sites around the world are asking this question as
they build networks of varying size and complexity that include
Microsoft Windows NT on the desktop, in the server room, or both.
LISA-NT is a forum to bring system administration professionals
together to discuss workable solutions to the issues of
administering and scaling the NT environment.

LISA NT is about creating a community of system administrators from
diverse computing environments and giving them the opportunity to
discuss problems and share solutions.  The Conference Co-chairs,
Gerald Carter of Auburn University and Ralph Loura of DE Shaw &
Co., invite you to submit technical papers as well as proposals for
invited talks, panel sessions, tutorials, and Work-in-Progress
reports. Please go to the web site to review the call for papers,
make a submission, and join us in making LISA NT '99 the premiere
conference for system administrators of distributed NT
environments. Submission proposals are due Feb. 23, 1999.

To facilitate these discussions, we encourage you to consider these
topics:

Management of homogeneous Windows NT networks
Management of NT in heterogeneous environments
Large-scale or distributed NT management solutions and experiences
Locally developed administration tools and techniques
Models for centralized, remote or distributed management
Reduction of the total cost of ownership for users and / or workstations
Backups and restores
User accounts
Integration of NT into complex, existing environments
Integration of NT into UNIX environments
Integration of UNIX into NT environments
Use of cross-platform distributed services
Remote access Laptops and PDAs
Successful use of third-party applications during daily administration
Surveys of examined tools (good and bad) while implementing a solution
Performance tuning and measurement
E-mail management
Central name service and browsing
Software licensing, deployment, and upgrade management
Security issues, including policies, education, response, and fixes
The registry

=================================================================
USENIX is the Advanced Computing Systems Association, a nonprofit
society with a membership drawn from the international community of
systems and software professionals. SAGE, the System Administrators
Guild, is a Special Technical Group within the USENIX Association.
SAGE is dedicated to the recognition and advancement of system
administration as a profession.

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