LISA '99 Conference Overview
The Only Conference By and For System Administrators
LISA, the Systems Administration Conference, is the largest and oldest conference for system administrators. The LISA experience is special because the entire program is assembled by veteran systems administrators who know first-hand the issues you face, and what factors are important in devising solutions. Participants are involved in all aspects of modern systems administration, including user support, workstation and server administration, network management, security and incident handling, and site-wide planning and design.
LISA offers the most comprehensive program for system administrators from sites of all sizes and at all levels of experience. The conference includes tutorials, refereed papers, invited talks, "guru" and "birds of a feather" sessions, and informal discussions with your peers and other experts in every area of Systems Administration.
Program/Registration available on this website: September 1, 1999
Program and Registration InformationComplete program and registration information will be available by September 1999 at this web site. The information will be printable from a PDF file found on the web site.
If you would like to receive the program booklet in print, please request it at any time. Email your postal address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to mention you would like to receive the LISA '99 program.