10th USENIX Systems Administration Conference (LISA '96) 
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 10th USENIX Systems Administration Conference (LISA '96)

10th USENIX SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION CONFERENCE (LISA '96)
September 29 - October 4, 1996, Chicago, IL
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW!  If you are a novice or experienced system
administrator, you will want to attend LISA, the 10th Systems
Administration Conference.  The conference is Sponsored by the
USENIX Association and SAGE, the System Administrators Guild.
This is the only conference developed by and for system
and network administrators.

Complete registration and program information will be available in
mid-July.  You can view it on our Web site, http://www.*-*-*.com/ ,

Office at 714-588-8649, or watch comp.org.usenix.

Here's the preliminary program.  Remember to sign up early for
tutorials. They often fill up quickly.  If you register by
August 23, you can save up to $100 on tutorials and conference
registration fees.

TUTORIALS:  Sunday-Tuesday, September 29-October 1

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
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Joining the Internet Safely Using UNIX and Firewalls
Introduction to UNIX System Administration
System and Network Performance Tuning
Expect--Automating Interactive Applications
Introduction to HTML
Advanced HTML Design
Secure System Administration
Introduction to DNS and BIND
Advanced Topics in DNS and BIND
Your Legal Rights and Responsibilities

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
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NIS+
Selected Topics in System Administration
IP version 6:  An Introduction
IP Network Administration
Beginning Perl Programming for UNIX Programmers (updated for
  Perl 5)
Setting Up and Administering a Web Server
Obscenity, Indecency and the Net: Your Responsibilities as a System
  Administrator.
Talking Technical - Breaking the Communication Barrier
Sendmail from the Trenches
What's New in Sendmail 8.8
Applied JavaScript
Effective Meetings: Get More Done in Less Time

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1
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Connecting to the Internet
Sendmail Inside and Out, updated for Sendmail 8.8
Internet Security for System and Network Administrators
More Selected Topics in System Administration
Solaris System Administration
CGI ad WWW Programming in Perl
Security on the WWW
Administering the Network Information Service: Making NIS Work
  for You
Introduction to NNTP and INN
Advanced Topics in NNTP and INN
Administration of MS Windows NT Server 3.51 Security
TCP/IP Troubleshooting with UNIX
Writing Good Stuff:  A Practical Guide for Technical Content

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1
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Advanced Topics Workshop

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2
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Keynote Address: Information Technology -- The Next Ten Years
{*filter*} Lampman, Hewlett-Packard Company

REFERRED PAPERS AND INVITED TALKS
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Priv: Secure and Flexible Privileged Access Dissemination
  Brian C. Hill, University of California, Davis

The Igor System Administration Tool
  Clinton Pierce and John Bell, Ford Systems Integration Center

Centralized Administration of Distributed Firewalls
  Mark Miller and Joe Morris, Bell Atlantic

Panel Discussion:  Standards--Are They Worth the Effort?
  Panelists: Nick Stoughton, Pert Systems Ltd.,  Louis Imersheim,
  SCO, Lee Damon, Qualcomm

Shuse:  Multi-Host Account Administration
  Henry Spencer, SP Systems

The Design and Implementation of a Network Account Management
System
  J. Archer Harris and Gregory Gingerich, James Madison University

UNIX Host Administration in a Heterogeneous Distributed
Computing Environment
  Gregory S. Thomas, Desiree C. Johnson, John P. Moore, Merrilee E.
  Orcutt, James O. Schroeder, and Jeffrey T. Simmelink, Pacific
  Northwest National Laboratory

Invited Talk:  Scaling Your Web Server--What To Do With A Million
Hits A Day
  Dan Klein, LoneWolf Systems

Visualizing Huge Tracefiles with Xscal
  Alva L. Couch, Tufts University

Using Visualization in System and Network Administration
  Doug Hughes, Auburn University

Invited Talk:  ATM: Not Just a Type of Bank Machine Anymore
  Peter Van Epp, Simon Fraser University

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3
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How to Avoid Learning Expect -or- Automating Automating Interactive
Programs
  Don Libes, NIST

An LPD for the 90s
  Mark H. Fletcher, SAS Institute, Inc.

RUST: Managing Problem Reports and To-Do Lists
  Craig R. Ruefenacht, University of Utah

Invited Talk:  Worldwide Networks
  Joel Avery, Nortel

Renumbering: Threat or Menace?
  Eliot Lear, Jeff Coffin, Rod Scott, Jennifer Katinsky, Diane Tharp,
  and John Parisi, Silicon Graphics, Inc.

OC3MON: Flexible, Affordable, High Performance Statistics
Collection
  K. Claffy, NLANR/UCSD, Joel Apisdorf and Rick Wilde, MCI

IP multiplexing by Transparent Port-Address Translation
  Heon Y. Yeom, Jungsoo Ha, and Ilhwan Kim, Seoul National
  University

Invited Talk: What It's Like to Be Your Own Boss
  Tina Darmohray, Consultant; Celeste Stokeley, Stokeley Consulting

Many Mail Domains, One Machine: The Forwarding Mailer
  Hal Pomeranz, NetMarket/CUC International

How to Get There From Here: Scaling the Enterprise-Wide Mail
Infrastructure
  Michael Grubb, Duke University

Automatic and Reliable Elimination of E-mail Loops Based on
Statistical Analysis
  Eduardo Solana, V. Baggiolini, M. Ramluckun, Prof. J. Harms,
  Universite de Geneve

Invited Talk:  Experiences of Running a Large Archive Site
  Stuart McRobert, Imperial College, London

MajorCool
  Bill Houle, Technology Consultant

The PGP Moose -- Implementation and Experience
  Greg Rose, Sterling Software

The Brave Little Toaster Meets Usenet
  Karl L. Swartz, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

Work-in-Progress Session

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4
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A Simple Caching Filesystem for Application Serving
  John D. Bell, Ford Systems Integration Center

Automating the Administration of Heterogeneous LANs
  Michael Fisk, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

PC Administration Tools:  Using Linux to Manage Personal
Computers
  Jim Trocki, American Cyanamid Company

Invited Talk:  Manage People, Not Logins
  Jon Finke, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Abstract Yourself with Modules
  John L. Furlani, SunSoft, Inc.; Peter W. Osel, Siemens AG

SLINK: Simple, Effective Filesystem Maintenance Abstractions for
Community-Based Administration
  Alva L. Couch, Tufts University

Managing and Distributing Application Software
  I. Reguero,  Ph. Defert, E. Fernandez,  M. Goossens, O. Le Moigne,
  A. Peyrat, CERN, European Laboratory  for Particle Physics

Invited Talk:  Intrusion Detection
  Todd Heberlein, University of California, Davis

A New Twist on Teaching System Administration
  Raven Tompkins, Indiana University

Institute White Pages as a Sys Admin Problem
  Jon Finke, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

New Fangled Phone Systems Pose New Challenges for System
Administrators
  Snoopy, iXOS Software GmbH

Invited Talk:  Just Another Convicted Perl Hacker
  Randal Schwartz, Stonehenge Consulting Services

The Future of the Internet
  Rob Kolstad, BSDI

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The USENIX Association brings together the community of system
administrators, engineers, scientists, and technicians working on
the cutting edge of computing. Its technical conferences and
workshops are the essential meeting grounds for the presentation
and discussion of the most advanced information on all aspects of
advanced computing systems.

SAGE, the System Administrators Guild,  is dedicated to the
advancement and recognition of system administration as a
profession.  For more information about USENIX and SAGE, send

"send catalog".  Or visit our Web site: http://www.*-*-*.com/ .



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