[Mark Overmeer <markov@challenge.dhp.nl>] SANE program

From: Thomas Gellekum <tg(at)ihf.rwth-aachen.de>
Date: 27 Oct 1998 10:46:50 +0100

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  I know some of you already signed-up for the largest European
UNIX conference in many years. Some of you were still in doubt, other
were unknowing. Look at the increadible list of speakers!

My colleage told me that subscription is still possible. About 600
visitors are expected. Meet you there again!

               MarkOv %-] (markov(at)ATComputing.nl==markov(at)dhp.nl)
Program of SANE '98 see http://www.nluug.nl/events/sane98/

Wednesday Nov. 18, 1998: Tutorials + Vendor exhibition
Full day:
* Sun Performance Tuning; Adrian Cockcroft Enterprise Engineering, Sun

Half day tutorials:
* Internet Attacks: The Gory Details; Bill Cheswick
  (Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies)
* Introduction to System Administration and Integration; Evi Nemeth
  (University of Colorado)
* Black Hats Session; Walter Belgers (Origin) and Hans van de Looy (Roccade)
* IPv6 Migration; John van Krieken (AT Computing)

* Registration and Welcome Reception

Thursday Nov. 19, 1998: Conference and vendor exhibition
* Registration

* Keynote:
  Security Ideas From All Over; Bill Cheswick (Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies)
* VMailer; Wietse Venema (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center)
* Smart Card Enabled Authentication for the Internet
  Bastiaan Bakker (LifeLine Networks)
* Sendmail 8 Performance Tuning Tips for Large Systems; Brad Knowles (Colltech)
* Case Study About User Authentication and Administration in WWW
  Juha Ylitalo (Nokia Telecommunication R&D)
* Dealing with Junk E-mail: Analysis and Techniques; Rob Kolstad (BSDI)
* Securing Electronic Commerce: Identification and Authentication
  Mark Powell (Security Dynamics Technologies)
* Red Hat Package Management; Erik Troan (Red Hat)
* Net Insecurity: Then and Now (1969-1998); Peter H. Salus
* RoboInst: SGI's Automated Software Installation Tool; Will Rusch (SGI)
* The History of PGP; Phil Zimmermann

* BoF slots about:
  PGP key signing party (Hans van de Looy)
  Mail Transfer Agents (Brad Knowles & Wietse Venema)
  NLnet Foundation (Teus Hagen)
  one slot still available

* Conference Dinner and Social Event

Thursday Nov. 19, 1998: Conference and vendor exhibition

* KEYNOTE: Putting the IS infrastructure in the public domain;
           how the Linux OS solves UNIX's fatal flaw
            Bob Young, CEO, RedHat Software Inc.

* Managing a Large-scale Broadband Internet Infrastructure
  Mourad Veeneman (A2000)
* Why is software freedom useful, and what does it mean?
  Ian Jackson (Debian Project)
* Internet Delay Measurements using Test Traffic: First Results
  Danikl Karrenberg (RIPE Network Coordination Centre)
* FreeBSD in Professional Environments
  Guido van Rooij (Origin TIS/Intranet Services)
* Design and Implementation of a Distributed and Automated Intranet Server
  Hans Lambermont (Origin TIS/Intranet Services)
* The InSane Quiz: what do *you* know about UNIX and Open Systems?
  Rob Kolstad and Jos Visser as hosts (the audience)
  ( see http://www.nluug.nl/events/sane98/quiz/quiz.html )
* COAS; Ralf Flaxa (Caldera Germany)
* Putting it All Together: The Dev of an Integrated Network Management System
  Alexios Zavras( Athens University of Economics and Business)
* Architecture overview of the Linuxconf system administration tool
  Jacques Gilinas (Solucorp, Quebec CA)
* Samba: NT 3.5/4.0 Domains for UNIX; Luke K.C. Leighton
* Building an Affordable World-Wide Intranet with the Help of Linux
  Sjoerd Jongens (Greenpeace International)
* XFree86 - a Free Implementation of the X Window System
  Dirk H Hohndel (The XFree86 Project, Inc.)
* Use of Linux Clusters in the Making of the `Titanic'
  Daryll Strauss (Digital Domain)

drs Mark A.C.J. Overmeer markov(at)ATComputing.nl
AT Computing, UNIX Training and Consultancy http://www.ATComputing.nl
http://www.dhp.nl/~markov/ http://satfoto.dhp.nl
Received on Tue 27 Oct 1998 - 10:46:45 CET

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