By Jeff Victor-Oracle on Oct 16, 2007
It's time for a "shameless plug"...
If you would like to develop deeper Solaris skills, LISA'07 offers some excellent opportunities. LISA is a conference organized by Usenix, and is intended for Large Installation System Administrators. This year, LISA will be held in Dallas, Texas, November 11-16. It includes vendor exhibits, training sessions and invited talks. This year the keynote address will be delivered by John Strassner, Motorola Fellow and Vice President, and is entitled "Autonomic Administration: HAL 9000 Meets Gene Roddenberry."
Many tutorials will be available, including four full-day sessions focusing on Solaris:
- Solaris 10 Administration Workshop - by Peter Galvin and Marc Staveley
- Solaris 10 Security Features Workshop - by Peter Gavlin
- Solaris 10 Performance, Observability & Debugging - by Jim Mauro
- Resource Management with Solaris Containers - Jeff Victor (yes, me)
Early-bird registration ends this Friday, October 19 and saves $Hundreds compared to the Procrastinator's Rate .