LISA '07 Call for Papers
Program Chair: Paul Anderson, University of Edinburgh
For twenty years, the annual LISA conference has been the foremost worldwide gathering for everyone interested in the technical and administrative issues of running a large computing facility. The distinctive blend of principles and practice makes this the meeting place of choice for a wide range of participants:
All of these people have a role to play in contributing to the unique character of the LISA conference, and there are many ways for you to participate:
- Experienced administrators meeting their peers to discuss the latest tools and techniques, or junior administrators taking tutorials from worldwide experts.
- Practicing system administrators, managers, consultants, educators, and students.
- Researchers in computer science or human factors looking to test their ideas on real-world problems.
- People from business, government, or academia, in over 30 different countries.
- Specialists in areas such as security, configuration, networking, or autonomics, as well as general system administrators.
- People working at sites with tens of machines or tens of thousands of machines.
- Administrators working with a wide range of operating systems from Linux and the BSD releases to vendor-specific systems such as Solaris, Windows, Mac OS, HP-UX, and AIX.