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Why Attend LISA '13?
Top Five Reasons to Attend LISA '13
- Face Time with Industry Leaders
Network with peers and luminaries in the "Hallway Track" and evening activities.
- Top-Notch Training
Highly respected experts uncover new information and skills you can take back to work tomorrow.
- Invited Talks
Key members of the community discuss timely and important topics.
- You'll Hear It Here First
Check out the latest research in the paper presentations, workshops, poster session, and Vendor Exhibition.
- Get Answers
Bring your questions to the experts in the Guru Is In sessions and Practice and Experience Reports and unravel your greatest technical mysteries.
Attention Managers: Why You Should Send Your Employees to LISA '13
Help your employees become more effective! Geared towards system and network administrators at all career levels, LISA ’13 will give them the knowledge to keep your organization current and secure, as well as limit downtime.
The training program at LISA ’13 offers a cost-effective, one-stop shop for training new and established IT and development employees. With 40 full- and half-day tutorials, LISA ’13 provides an unparalleled opportunity to gain access to, and learn from, the most respected leaders and researchers in the field. Tutorials cover a multitude of topics, including cloud computing, devops, data management and storage, and Linux security and administration.
Combining full days of training with days of technical sessions on the latest research, Practice and Experience Reports, and informative Invited Talks provides attendees with introductions to the newest tools to keep your company running efficiently. Additionally, the poster session, Thursday evening reception, and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions provide your staff with a chance to network and collaborate with peers and industry leaders to gain that all-important “insider” IT knowledge. Keeping up with technology can be costly and timeconsuming in this challenging economy: take full advantage of this opportunity to have your staff learn from the top researchers, practitioners, and authors.