LISA is the premier conference for IT operations, where systems engineers, operations professionals, and academic researchers share real-world knowledge about designing, building, and maintaining the critical systems of our interconnected world.
The program will include invited talks, workshops, panels, half-, and full-day training courses, mini-tutorials, and refereed paper and poster presentations. The on-site LISA Lab will give attendees and speakers the opportunity to demo, collaborate, and test out new ideas, while LISA Build will provide hands-on guidance to building and scaling a network. Evening receptions and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions provide opportunities to meet and network with those who share your interests.
Exhibit at LISA16!
Do not miss this chance for face-to-face time with hundreds of IT operations professionals who want to see the latest and greatest technologies and products.
Who attends LISA? SysAdmins, engineers and SREs, developers, architects, programmers, technical managers, and research staff from large enterprise, academic institutions, government, and other large sites. These are the people you need to convince that your company offers the best solutions in this competitive market. Exhibit at the LISA Expo and:
Present your products and services to a prequalified audience that heavily influences purchasing decisions
Expose your brand to the LISA community
Feature your solutions and get LISA attendees excited about your company
Introduce new releases and get invaluable feedback from the smartest users in the industry
Expected attendance of over 1,100 systems administrators, network administrators, analysts, developers, and engineers. We drive traffic to your booth with the vendor passport raffle, Expo happy hour, breaks and lunch catering on the show floor, and Expo passes for your clients.
Since 1975, the USENIX Association has brought together the community of engineers, system administrators, scientists, and technicians working on the cutting edge of the computing world. The USENIX conferences have become the essential meeting grounds for the presentation and discussion of the most advanced information on the developments of all aspects of computing systems.