Join us in Salt Lake City on March 13 for the next installment of USENIX Education on the Road. Jacob Farmer of Cambridge Computer Services will bring you the tutorial "Latest Trends in Storage Virtualization and Data Protection." Registration is free. Find out more and register here.
Don't miss the 6th USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies, taking place in San Jose February 26-29, 2008.
The program begins with 4 half-day tutorials:
-- Brent Welch and Marc Unangst on Clustered and Parallel Storage System Technologies
-- Richard Freitas, Winfried Wilcke, and Bulent Kurdi on Storage Class Memory, Technology, and Use
-- Rob Ross and Rob Latham on Parallel I/O for High-Performance Computing
-- Christian Cachin on Cryptographic Methods for Protecting Storage Systems
Taking place April 15, 2008, the Workshop on Organizing Workshops, Conferences, and Symposia for Computer Systems (WOWCS '08) will bring together organizers of conferences focused on computer systems and other interested people to discuss the issues they confront. The workshop has several goals: to discuss certain contentious policy issues, to preserve folklore and experience in written form, and to evaluate tools and techniques for conference organizers.
The paper submission deadline is February 15, 2008.
Co-located with NSDI '08, the Usability, Psychology, and Security 2008 workshop will bring together an interdisciplinary group of researchers, systems designers, and developers to discuss how the fields of human computer interaction, applied psychology, and computer security can be brought together to inform innovations in secure systems design.
UPSEC '08 will take place April 14, 2008, in San Francisco, CA.