The proceedings of our conferences, symposia, and workshops are all on online from 1993 to the present. Our compendium of best papers features the best paper awards selected by the Program Committees for each conference. Visit the Multimedia Page for conference-related videos and mp3s.


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USENIX Journal of Education in System Administration (JESA)

JESA brings together researchers, educators and experts from a variety of disciplines, ranging from informatics, information technology, computer science, networking, system administration, security, and pedagogics.
Short Topics Book

Short Topics in System Administration Series

USENIX presents these books to the system administration community. They provide information not available elsewhere. Presenting topics in thorough, refereed fashion, they are small enough and flexible enough to grow with the community. They are living documents, which we update as needed. Recent topics include: Virtualization, Configuration Management, Budgeting, and Oracle.

USENIX Journal of Election Technology and Systems (JETS)

The USENIX Journal of Election Technology and Systems (JETS) is a new hybrid journal/conference where papers receive a journal-style reviewing process and online-only publication. The USENIX Journal of Election Technology and Systems (JETS), 2013–2015, was a hybrid journal/conference where papers received a journal-style reviewing process and online-only publication.
Computing Systems Journal

Computing Systems Journal

Computing Systems, 1988–1996, was a journal dedicated to the analysis and understanding of the theory, design, art, engineering, and implementation of advanced computing systems, with an emphasis on systems inspired or influenced by the UNIX tradition. The journal’s content concerns operating systems, architecture, networking, programming languages, and sophisticated applications.