Check out the new USENIX Web site.

A–C | D–H | I–Q | R–W | Back to Current List

ACM Queue
Queue's mission is simple: provide useful, insightful information to help software architects in their careers. Find out why Kirk McKusick and Steve Bourne choose to help drive our content by being members of our Editorial Advisory Board. No hype, no rehashed solutions—just a committed focus on the challenges ahead for serious developers.

Aduva, Inc.  Booth 42
Aduva Onstage automates the System Deployment and Management of Linux and Solaris based systems and applications—from Testing, through Deployment to Production. The OnStage product allows for a single console to manage heterogeneous Linux and Solaris environments—both Mainframes and Distributed, Red Hat, Fedora and SuSE, Solaris, etc.

Advanced Computer & Network Corporation  Booth 13
AC&NC designs, manufactures and markets high-performance, competitively priced data storage JetStor RAID systems. With an extensive line of storage solutions for any computing platform and operating system, comprehensive free technical support, and fast on-time product deliveries, AC&NC brings freedom of choice to all clients, from workgroups to enterprise.

Stop by our booth for demonstration of the latest in 4Gb-SATA II JetStor RAID arrays as well as new SAN, iSCSI and NAS products.

Addison-Wesley Professional/Prentice Hall Professional
Addison-Wesley Professional/Prentice Hall Professional are the leading publishers of advanced technology books written by the most talented technologists, often the inventors of new technologies. Addison-Wesley Professional/Prentice Hall Professional are publishers of the best-known classics, including The UNIX System Administration Handbook by Nemeth, Hein, Seebass and Snyder, Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment 2ed by W. Richard Stevens and Stephen Rago, AWP/PHP is also publisher of The Bruce Perens' Open Source Series, a leading source for books on Linux and Open Source technologies. True to the spirit of Open Source, each book in the Series is published under the Open Publication License (OPL) and the Prentice Hall Open Source Software Development Series.

Apress L.P., based in Berkeley, California, is the fastest-growing publisher of technical books in the world today. It is dedicated to meeting the needs of IT professionals, from novice to expert. Apress is dedicated to publishing titles of the highest quality and has compiled a team of authors that is a "Who's Who" of the high-tech industry.

Atempo  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 41–43, 45–53
Atempo is a leading provider of data protection solutions to Global 1000 and medium-sized firms. Atempo's Time Navigator™ is a highly scalable and feature-rich software that offers performance and features grouped around today's complex enterprise challenges including disaster recovery, compliance, security and rapid data growth.

Avocent  Booth 29
Avocent Corporation is the leading supplier of connectivity solutions for enterprise data centers, service providers and financial institutions worldwide. Branded products include KVM switching, extension, intelligent platform management interface (IPMI), remote access, wireless and video display solutions. DSView® 3 management software provides Avocent appliances with fully redundant failover authentication.

Barracuda Networks  Booth 54
Barracuda Networks, Inc., provides powerful, easy-to-use and affordable enterprise-class spam, spyware and virus protection solutions. These plug-and-play hardware solutions are built for businesses of all sizes. The company's flagship products, the Barracuda Spam Firewall and Barracuda Spam Firewall—Outbound Mode, provide spam and virus protection for over 20,000 customers worldwide. In addition, Barracuda Networks recently launched the Barracuda Spyware Firewall, the first true comprehensive anti-spyware and Web filtering gateway appliance.

BSDMall  Booth 9
The BSDMall distributes FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Darwin, and Office Applications for Mac OS X. Subscription services are also available. A new BSD clothes line is now being offered. Additionally, integrated servers for each OS are available. VoIP offerings from Cisco, Linksys, Digium, Sangoma, Polycom and integrated Asterisk solutions.

C/C++ Users Journal
For more than 20 years, C/C++ Users Journal (CUJ) has been the only magazine exclusively written for C/C++ developers. CUJ's editorial coverage of real-world development scenarios extends well beyond C and C++. Its diverse coverage includes the full gamut of languages, platforms and technologies; however unlike other magazines, CUJ demonstrates how they interact, and can best be leveraged with C and C++. Visit today!

Cambridge Computer Services, Inc.  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 41–43, 45–53
Cambridge Computer is a national integrator specializing in data storage and data protection solutions. We provide comprehensive solutions that draw on best-of-breed hardware and software from multiple manufacturers.

Carlo Gavazzi Computing Solutions  Booth 28
Founded in 1988 as developer of multiport serial connectivity and console management solutions for the Sun Solaris marketplace, Carlo Gavazzi (formerly Aurora Technologies) continues to enhance its legacy serial offerings for the Sun marketplace, while developing new products focused on Switch Fabric/StarFabric technologies, emerging PICMG standards and Linux.

Carnegie Mellon University Network Services

Centrify  Booth 30
Centrify is a leading provider of Microsoft Active Directory-based identity management, access control and policy enforcement solutions for UNIX, Linux, Mac, Java and web platforms. With its DirectControl suite, Centrify provides a secure, connected computing environment for heterogeneous systems and applications, enabling organizations to fully leverage Active Directory to significantly strengthen security, reduce infrastructure costs, streamline IT operations, and better comply with regulatory requirements. For more information about Centrify, call +1 650-961-1100 or visit

Cyclades Corporation  Booth 4
Cyclades, the leader in next-generation IT infrastructure management, offers products and services that reduce IT operational costs and risks, while increasing the productivity of IT assets and personnel. Cyclades AlterPath™ System provides secure alternate paths into the production IT infrastructure, enabling administrators to remotely access, diagnose and restore disconnected assets to normal operation. Designed to seamlessly integrate and deploy into the enterprise, Cyclades AlterPath solutions include console servers, KVM and KVM over IP, power control, IPMI Management, and a manager to control the entire out-of-band infrastructure. Cyclades was founded in 1991. For additional information, visit or call (888) 292-5233.

A–C | D–H | I–Q | R–W | Back to Current List

Data Domain  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 41–43, 45–53
Data Domain is the leading provider of Capacity Optimized Storage (COS) solutions. Capacity Optimization is the first technology to bring the cost of disk-based backup down to less than $1/GB. Data Domain will change your perspective on disk backup storage and network replication and show you what it should really cost.

Digi International  Booth 16
Digi International makes device networking easy by developing products and technologies that are cost-effective and easy to use. Digi CM™ provides secure, intelligent and easy integrated console/GUI access to servers and network equipment through serial and IP connections. Customizable alerts, auditing and logging facilitate Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA and GLBA compliance.

Dr. Dobb's Journal
Since 1976, the award-winning magazine, Dr. Dobb's Journal, has been the only magazine to cover cross-platform, language-independent software development issues in serious depth. Dr. Dobb's Journal is developed exclusively for professional software development professionals, and provides advanced tools and techniques using relevant, real-world solutions. Visit today!

DrawBridge Software Corp.  Booth 31
Designed from the ground up for performance and security, MailEnforcer is the World's first Email Security Appliance built upon a 64-bit architecture. Capable of handling millions of emails per day, MailEnforcer can meet the needs of the most demanding organization. DrawBridge Software Corporation is a provider of email security solutions with headquarters in San Diego, United Kingdom, and Australia.

DreamWorks Animation  Booth 37
Exciting career opportunities for Systems Administrators! DreamWorks Animation, SKG has immediate openings for Systems Administrators (Senior & Junior Levels) at both studios - Glendale & Redwood City, CA. We offer a fun and collaborative work environment, onsite technical & artistic courses, free food, and movie screenings (Including over 2200 servers and workstations!). Shrek us out at:

EAGLE Software, Inc.  Booths 35–36
Since 1981, EAGLE has provided high quality backup and storage products and services to our clients. EAGLE specializes in providing total backup and storage solutions: hardware, software, services and support. Our goal is to provide an umbrella of solutions and services to cover the storage needs of our clients. We work with datacenters of all sizes, from several hundred gigabytes to hundreds of terabytes. We also provide a range of services, from tuning existing storage solutions, to implementing a new solution from the ground up. Hundreds of satisfied customers agree that offer superior solutions and excellent service.

e-DMZ Security  Booth 55
e-DMZ Security provides solutions that meet the unique needs of today's system administration realities. Our flagship product Password Auto Repository (PAR) provides administrative password management and security, including dual release control and automated change controls. eGuardPost builds on PAR providing a clientless solution for secure remote vendor and administrator access.

EMC Corporation
EMC Corporation is the world leader in systems, software, services, and solutions for information storage and management. EMC Legato provides storage software solutions as part of EMC Corporation's information lifecycle management (ILM) strategy. Legato storage software solutions enable the complete process of managing data in relation to storage—movement, protection, archiving and availability—integrated with front-end applications.

Endeavor Security, Inc.  Booth 44
Endeavor Security, Inc., is a software development company focused on Automated Network Security. Our FirstLight Indication and Warning product can identify and fingerprint new threats or attacks to a network. FirstLight can auto-generate signature updates in milliseconds and deploy them to existing infrastructures of firewalls and IPS devices.

EqualLogic, Inc.  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 41–43, 45–53
EqualLogic®, Inc., is the leading provider of intelligent, all-inclusive IP storage area network solutions that enable businesses to realize the economic benefits of consolidated, self-managing storage. The EqualLogic PS Series of storage arrays is the industry's first automatic storage platform that delivers operational simplicity, comprehensive data management services and high data availability in a single, scalable pool of storage.

Google  Booth 19

USENIX has partnered with GRIDtoday, the premier online news magazine providing daily news and information to the global grid community, to offer all USENIX members a complimentary 1-year subscription to GRIDtoday. To take advantage of this special offer send a subscription request to with the subject USENIX, and your 1-year subscription will be activated within 24–48 hours.

GroundWork Open Source Solutions, Inc.  Booth 22
GroundWork is a recognized leader in the fast-growing market for open source, enterprise-class IT management software and services. GroundWork Monitor, the company's flagship product, provides customers with an integrated, open source-based solution for monitoring IT assets—enabling companies to significantly lower costs while gaining better visibility and control over their network infrastructure. GroundWork also offers value-added deployment, consulting and support services, leveraging the company's deep expertise in open source and IT management best practices.

Homeland Defense Journal
The Homeland Defense Journal is a monthly magazine now in its third year of print. Our subscriber base of over 26,000 readers has been developed entirely from within the homeland security sector. Our readers are federal, DoD, state and local executives and decision-makers charged with the development, testing and deployment of solutions. The Homeland Defense Journal focuses on program, projects, funding, grants, R&D, and lesson-learned.

HPCwire  Booth 14
USENIX has partnered with HPCwire, the publication of record for high performance computing, to offer all USENIX members a complimentary 1-year subscription to HPCwire. To take advantage of this special offer send a subscription request to, with the subject USENIX and your 1-year subscription will be activated within 24–48 hours.

A–C | D–H | I–Q | R–W | Back to Current List

IBRIX™ delivers increased application performance to enterprise computing environments utilizing a unique software-based global namespace parallel file system solution. Its patented Segmented File System™ is the basis for IBRIX Fusion™, a suite of software products that comprise the most scalable, economical, multi-purpose file system solution available for cluster computing, grid computing, and enterprise computing environments. IBRIX Fusion simplifies management, delivers maximum flexibility, and reduces total cost of ownership. The IBRIX Fusion Software Suite is available through leading OEMs. IBRIX is headquartered in Billerica, MA. For more information, please visit our website at

IEEE Security and Privacy
IEEE Security & Privacy magazine, published by the IEEE Computer Society, addresses a broad range of topics related to securing information and computing resources. Its primary goal is to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Published six times a year, the magazine provides a combination of research articles, case studies, tutorials, and regular departments and columnists for the information security industry. For more information, please go to The IEEE Computer Society is part of IEEE, the largest technical professional organization in the world with 385,000 members.

IT*SECURITY Magazine is the nation's first professional journal to focus on the nexus between IT Security and Infrastructure Protection, and is written entirely by leading experts from business, government and academia. Because of its expert-driven content, support from leading authorities throughout government and the private sector, IT*SECURITY Magazine is the premiere forum for cybersecurity and infrastructure protection information sharing.

ITtoolbox is a global knowledge network reaching more than 80 countries and 7.8 million professionals annually. Because our network contains a distinct community/knowledge base for each segment of the IT industry, professionals who are buying, implementing, or supporting IT solutions find relevant information faster and better communicate with their peers.

Lantronix  Booth 26
Lantronix is a leader in secure remote data center management solutions. Our SecureLinx™ products provide remote Internet access and control of IT equipment (servers, routers, switches, hubs, telecom, etc.) as well as out-of-band access if networks are down. Additionally, users can remotely manage the power to all data center assets.

The League of Professional System Administrators (LOPSA)  Booth 32
The League of Professional System Administrators (LOPSA) is dedicated to advancing the practice of system administration, to supporting, recognizing, educating, and encouraging its practitioners, and to serving the public through education and outreach on system administration issues. Join the community of your sysadmin peers at

Linux Journal
Linux Journal is the premier magazine of the Linux community, dedicated to serving the Linux community and promoting the use of Linux world-wide. Published by SSC Publications, an established leader in the Linux, Open Source and UNIX fields, the award-winning monthly magazine is now celebrating its tenth year of publication. For more information visit us online:

Microsoft Research
The Systems Management Research Group at MSR was established in March 2004. Our mission is to develop principles and techniques that help dealing with machine complexity through problem decomposition and statistical analysis, and by building tools and infrastructure that serve as building blocks for systems management. We are attacking some of the toughest configuration and security management problems with a unified approach to reduce Total Cost of Ownership for today's PC users and to guide the manageability design of future operating systems. For more information, please go to

Mirapoint  Booth 6
Founded in 1997, Mirapoint is the market leader in appliance-based solutions for secure message networks in enterprise, service provider, and education organizations, with more than 100 million mailboxes served and secured worldwide. Customers use Mirapoint appliances to build the messaging infrastructure that intelligently serves, secures and manages email. Mirapoint is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., with offices throughout North America, Europe and Asia. For more information on Mirapoint, visit its Web site at

Nawara Group  Booth 43

Network Appliance  Booth 27
Network Appliance, Inc. (NetApp) is a world leader in unified storage solutions for today's data-intensive enterprise. Since its inception in 1992, Network Appliance has pioneered technology, product, and partner firsts that continue to drive "The evolution of storage." NetApp's storage solutions include specialized hardware, software, and services, providing seamless storage management for open network environments. Major corporations and service providers, including Citicorp Securities, Lockheed, Merrill Lynch, Oracle, Texas Instruments, and Yahoo!, utilize NetApp global data management solutions. Information about Network Appliance's solutions and services is available at

Nexsan Technologies  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 41–43, 45–53
Nexsan Technologies, headquartered in Woodland Hills, Calif., is the leader in innovative and correct-cost storage solutions. The company creates and delivers award-winning, storage-centric hardware and application-based solutions worldwide through one of the most diverse and established networks of professionals in the storage industry.

No Starch Press
No Starch Press publishes the finest in geek entertainment—distinctive books on computing, such as bestsellers Hacking: The Art of Exploitation, Linux for Non-Geeks, The Cult of Mac, and Wicked Cool Shell Scripts, with a focus on open source/Linux, security, hacking, programming, and alternative operating systems. Our titles have personality and attitude, our authors are passionate about their subjects, and we put considerable time and attention into every book that bears our name. No Starch Press seeks to make computing accessible to a broad audience of technophiles and novices alike, and our loyal readers appreciate our unique points of view, our straightforward presentation, and our fearless approach to the complex world of technology.

Open Enterprise Trends
Open Enterprise Trends, chronicles how Open Source/Open Standards can lower costs, speed development and easily extend F2000 legacy commercial software systems. OET's results-driven content includes: news, analyst trends, expert interviews, and IT Best Practices. OET strives to put Executives, Architects and Senior Developers all on the same page when evaluating LAMP-J and other Open Source options.


The OpenNMS Project  Booth 7
The OpenNMS Project is dedicated to maintaining the world's first enterprise-grade network management application developed under the open-source model. OpenNMS provides service monitoring (complete with availability reporting), performance data collection and reporting, and a robust event management and notification system. As it is open-source, the software is available for free.

Opsware, Inc.
Opsware automates the IT lifecycle delivering utility computing by enabling IT to automatically provision, patch, configure, secure, change, scale, audit, recover, consolidate, migrate, and reallocate servers, software, network devices, and applications. Over 250 companies, service providers, and government agencies use Opsware to deliver this automated model of IT.

O'Reilly & Associates
O'Reilly & Associates is the premier information source for leading-edge computer technologies. The company's books, conferences, and web sites bring to light the knowledge of technology innovators. O'Reilly books, known for the animals on their covers, occupy a treasured place on the shelves of the developers building the next generation of software. O'Reilly conferences and summits bring alpha geeks and forward-thinking business leaders together to shape the revolutionary ideas that spark new industries. From the Internet to XML, open source, .NET, Java, and web services, O'Reilly puts technologies on the map. For more information:

OSTG is the leading network of technology sites for today's IT managers and development professionals and provides a unique combination of news, original articles, downloadable resources, and community forums to help IT buyers, influencers and users make critical decisions about information technology products and services.

Pillar Data Systems  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 41–43, 45–53
Founded in 2001, Pillar Data Systems develops enterprise network storage systems. Pillar Axiom storage solution, driven by policy-based management capabilities, integrates SAN + NAS into a centrally managed storage platform. Axiom consolidates multiple tiers of storage into a single, easily managed system capable of scaling to 307 TB of capacity. Pillar is privately funded by Tako Ventures, LLC, the venture arm of Larry Ellison. Find out more by visiting the Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion or call 877.252.3706.

QLogic  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 41–43, 45–53
QLogic Corp. (Nasdaq:QLGC), is the leading supplier of Fibre Channel host bus adapters (HBAs), blade server embedded Fibre Channel switches and Fibre Channel stackable switches. The company is also a leading supplier of iSCSI HBAs. QLogic is a member of the S&P 500 Index and NASDAQ 100 Index.

Qualstar Corporation  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 41–43, 45–53
Qualstar (NASDAQ: QBAK) has been designing and manufacturing the world's finest tape products since 1984. Our TLS-Series SANSmart Automated Tape Library Families provide backup, archive storage, and disaster protection for thousands of customers around the clock, worldwide.

A–C | D–H | I–Q | R–W | Back to Current List

Raritan Computer, Inc.  Booth 23
An industry pioneer, Raritan Computer was established in 1985 and is a leading supplier of IT infrastructure management solutions for secure access, monitoring and management of servers and other IT devices in data centers and remote offices. From the small business to the enterprise, Raritan's compatible and scalable KVM and remote connectivity products offer IT professionals the most reliable, flexible and secure solutions to manage data center equipment.

Raritan's KVM technology enables businesses to access, control, and manage computers, servers, and other devices from anywhere and at any time.

Sendmail, Inc.  Booth 34
Sendmail provides enterprise solutions for secure, dependable and compliant messaging. Over half of the Fortune 100 trust Sendmail to distribute security across their email infrastructure—from the gateway to mailbox. Sendmail's software and appliance solutions are designed to satisfy any customer, corporate, or regulatory requirement. For information visit

Server Technology, Inc.  Booth 56
Server Technology, Inc. designs and manufactures Sentry™ products to reduce downtime and improve data center power management. The Sentry product family integrates intelligent power distribution, remote management via IP, input current power monitoring, environmental monitoring and serial console port access.

SNIA  Booth 15
The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) is a not-for-profit organization, made up of more than 350 companies and individuals spanning virtually the entire storage industry. The SNIA members share a common goal: to advance the adoption of storage networks as complete and trusted solutions. To this end, the SNIA is uniquely committed to delivering standards, education and services that will propel open storage networking solutions into the broader market. For information, visit the SNIA Web site at

Snort  Booth 38
Snort® is an open-source network intrusion prevention and detection system utilizing a rule-driven language, combining the benefits of signature, protocol and anomaly based inspection methods. With millions of downloads to date, Snort is the most widely deployed intrusion technology worldwide and has become the de facto standard for the industry.

Sophos  Booth 1
Sophos is a world leading computer security specialist, developing software against viruses, spyware, spam and policy abuse. The company protects businesses and organizations—from small enterprises to academic and financial institutions to governments and global corporations—against viruses and spam. Sophos is acclaimed for delivering the highest level of customer satisfaction and protection in the industry. The company's products are sold and supported in more than 150 countries.

Splunk  Booth 21
Splunk's search technology lets you navigate IT data. From one place you can make sense of log and configuration files, message queues and the enterprise service bus, JMX notifications, SNMP traps and records stored in database tables—regardless of format or source. Now diagnosing and resolving problems is faster and more precise.

Stonehenge  Booth 39
Stonehenge Consulting Services is the world leader in Perl training and consulting around the world. Our courses prepare people to use Perl for web applications, System Administration, toolsmithing, for immediate gains in productivity. Stonehenge Consulting Services delivers top to bottom service in Perl support.  Booth 5 is a university-based non-profit initiative managed by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Information Storage Industry Center (ISIC) at the University of California, San Diego. Its mission is to address the educational needs of data storage technology users. The initiative supports a network of local and regional storage networking user groups (or SNUGs), so that data management professionals can exchange information with their peers and other knowledge experts in a vendor-neutral, education-focused environment. It also manages an online resource portal that provides access to storage-specific educational resources and advocates the expansion of storage-focused university course work.

Sun Microsystems, Inc.  Booths 11–12
Since its inception in 1982, a singular vision—The Network is the Computer™—has propelled Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) to its position as a leading provider of industrial-strength hardware, software and services that make the Net work. Sun can be found in more than 170 countries and on the World Wide Web at

Symark Software  Booth 20
Symark helps organizations protect their vital digital assets from the inside out. Our solutions address the inherent gaps in UNIX/Linux network security and provide a superior alternative to Open Source. PowerBroker, PowerPassword, and PowerKeeper for Windows, best-of-breed products, strike the perfect balance between protection and productivity by providing the tools to easily control, document, and manage access to machines, applications, and files while effectively enforcing security policies.

Sys Admin
Sys Admin satisfies the technical needs of UNIX systems administrators working in heterogeneous computing environments. Coverage spans a wide range of technical topics crucial to systems administration in the enterprise: security, storage, disaster recovery, db administration, networks, and web servers. Articles provide practical, in-depth coverage of the administration of all major UNIX flavors including Sun, Linux, IBM AIX, HP-UX, Compaq Tru64, SGI Irix, and BSD, within environments of all sizes.

Systems Maintenance Services, Inc. (SMS)  Booth 8

Teradactyl  Booth 25
Teradactyl® produces centralized network backup system software for large distributed processing environments. The True incremental Backup System® (TiBS) merges previous backup data with daily differentials to eliminate the need for periodic network full backups of client systems. TiBS supports most forms of UNIX, Linux, AFS, NFS, Mac OS, and Windows.

That Technical Bookstore  New Location: Grand Foyer
That Technical Bookstore, Inc is a locally owned and operated independent retailer of technical books. Subjects include, computing, UNIX, wireless, communications, software engineering, O'Reilly, manufacturing, all engineering fields, construction codes & manuals and home of the LinuxInstallFest held every month. Special orders, government, corporate and international welcome. Online catalog/ordering: That Technical Bookstore will be open onsite at LISA '05 at the hours listed here.

Thinklogical  Booth 18
Logical Solutions/Thinklogical—The Ultimate in Secure Console Server Technology for Mission Critical Applications! Logical Solutions/Thinklogical develops and manufactures leading edge console servers combining traditional features with the latest advances in fault tolerance, redundancy, and reliability. The Sentinel32 for example features dual hot-swappable power supplies, hot-swappable device, network, and console interfaces, a quick-change front panel/motherboard assembly, dual network interface connections, and dual console connections. Additional features include Full Distribution Linux, OpenSSH, NIS, Sun break-safe "Solaris Ready", and a 256K FIFO audit trail per device port. This 32 port secure console server comes in a compact 1RU! All Logical Solutions/Thinklogical products are Made in America! Visit us at:

Trigence Corp.  Booth 2
Trigence Corp's vision is to manage business applications as IT's most valuable business asset. Trigence Application Environment (AE) changes the way IT manages applications by encapsulating Linux and Sun Solaris-based applications into application containers that contain all of the applications' dependencies, including application files, OS dependencies, environmental settings and separate network identity. Once encapsulated, the application is decoupled from the infrastructure and isolated from the host OS or other applications. The packaged application is now protected from infrastructure change, easily maintained in a desired state, and portable. For the enterprise, the result is simplified lifecycle and configuration management and lowered costs. Visit Trigence at
UserFriendly.Org, considered the most popular daily cartoon in the technology industry reaches over 1.5 million readers across every continent in the world (including sysadmins in Antarctica!). It was named the #1 technology humor site by Linux Magazine, and appears in over a hundred weekly and monthly publications. After eight years of daily publishing it remains a must-visit every day for geeks everywhere!

The Written Word  Booth 3
The Written Word provides pre-compiled Open Source binaries for AIX, HP-UX, IRIX, Redhat Linux, Solaris, and Tru64 UNIX. Media can be purchased quarterly or with a yearly subscription, providing four quarterly releases. Our managed solution offers easy-to-install packages, security fixes, patches, online documentation, and centralised bug reporting. Open Source made easy!

?Need help? Use our Contacts page.

Last changed: 5 Dec. 2005 ch