LISA Conversations - January 2016

What started as an experiment in 2015 has now been unleashed as an ongoing project in 2016. In order to keep momentum building between annual LISA conferences, USENIX has launched monthly "LISA Conversations." The LISA conference has hosted numerous exciting and thought-provoking speakers and presentations since its inauguration in 1986. As part of our open access initiative, USENIX has been recording and making them freely accessible since 2008. It's time to watch (or re-watch) these past sessions and discuss what's changed in the greater system administration community.

LISA Conversations are broadcast live, via Google Hangout On Air, the last Tuesday of each month from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Pacific Time. Check the USENIX Google+ page for the upcoming episode.

Join former conference chairs Lee Damon and Tom Limoncelli as they chat with past LISA speakers. Lee and Tom will revisit the topics of the speakers' talks and see what may have changed since the talks were presented. Lee and Damon will also field questions from the audience via the Hangout on Air.

The next LISA Conversation is Tuesday, February 2 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time (rescheduled from Jan 26) and features Alice Goldfuss, a LISA15 presenter who offered a well-received talk on building effective DevOps teams. January 2016 LISA Conversations Hangout

Watch Alice's LISA15 talk on Scalable Meatfrastructure now or watch previous episodes of LISA Conversations from the USENIX YouTube channel.