Large Installation system Administration Conference
会议地点: Portland, OR, USA
System engineering, administration, operations—whatever your organization calls it—has evolved beyond merely making systems run. Today’s systems engineers design, develop, and run more complex, optimized, and distributed systems at all levels of scale. Come learn the skills and knowledge for pushing your systems to the edge at LISA19!
LISA, now in its 33rd year, wants to help you share your stories and experience. Whether you’re an infrastructure engineer, system administrator, SRE, academic, or developer, we highlight the best in systems engineering, and the people who make it all come together.
Call for Participation
LISA is soliciting proposals that demonstrate the present and future of operations in all of its forms. Submissions should inspire and motivate attendees toward action that improves their day-to-day work, as well as the tech industry as a whole.
We welcome and encourage participation from all individuals, including people that are underrepresented in, or excluded from technology: people of color, women, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities, students, veterans, and others with unique characteristics, whether or not they are protected by law. Similarly, we welcome participants from diverse professional roles: QA testers, security teams, DBAs, network administrators, compliance experts, UX designers, government employees, scientists. Regardless of who you are or the job title you hold, if you are a technologist who faces unique challenges, we encourage you to be a part of LISA19.
LISA only accepts vendor-neutral proposals. If you wish to promote or pitch a product at LISA, please email the USENIX Sponsorship Department about exhibition and sponsor opportunities.
Themes and Topics at LISA:
Infrastructure/Platform/Function as a Service
Scalability and Resilience
Backup and Recovery
Monitoring and Instrumentation
Open Source Communities
Standards and Regulatory Compliance
Managing IT Teams
Diversity and Inclusion
Mentorship, Education, and Training
Recruiting and Retention