Lead or attend a BoF! Meet with your peers! Present new work! Don't miss these special activities designed to maximize the value of your time at the conference. Birds-of-a-Feather sessions (BoFs) are very informal gatherings of persons interested in a particular topic.
Want to demonstrate a new product or discuss your company's latest technologies with LISA19 attendees? Host a Vendor BoF! These sponsored one-hour sessions give companies a chance to talk about products and proprietary technology—and they include promotional benefits. Contact the Sponsorship Department if you're interested in sponsoring a Vendor BoF.
Scheduling a BoF
BoFs may be scheduled in advance by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org with "LISA19 BoF" in the subject line and the following information in the body of the email:
- BoF title
- Organizer name and affiliation
- Date, time, and location preference*
- Brief description of BoF (optional)
All rooms are equipped with an LCD projector, screen, and lavalier microphone unless otherwise indicated in the grid below.
* Please note that not all room capacities have been finalized. The grid will be updated when the final numbers are available. If you cannot make a location determination, just let us know your desired room capacity. All requests will be processed in the order received.
For the most current schedule, please see the BoFs Boards in the registration area.
Join us for beer, ice cream, and conversation as we get ready to start LISA19!
Let's talk about women in advanced computing. All registered attendees—of all genders—are welcome to attend these BoFs.
Join students and young professionals to network, discuss issues in the field, and the latest happenings in the community.
Join us for some good old-fashioned board games. We'll have some on hand, but bring your own games, too!
Organizer: Josh Berkus, Red Hat Inc.
OpenShift is Enterprise Kubernetes. Join us for a brief presentation and demo of the features of OpenShift 4 and the Operator Hub, followed by refreshments and Q&A with members of the OpenShift staff.