[conspire] Oct 20, 2005: BayLISA: Incident Command for IT

Jennifer Davis sigje at sigje.org
Thu Sep 29 11:35:47 PDT 2005

Date: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Where: Apple Campus, Building 4, upstairs meeting room (Garage 1)
(Yes, we are back to our usual room, with power, and network galore!)
Free and Open to the General Public!
Please RSVP to rsvp at baylisa.org so we have an idea of how many 
sodas/snacks to provide.

7:30 pm Introductions and announcements
7:45 pm Formal Presentation
9:45 After-meeting dinner/social outings at a local restaurant

D. Brent Chapman will be presenting "Incident Command for IT: What we can 
Learn from the Fire Department".

This is one of the USENIX LISA 2005 invited talks
If you have ever been curious about what kind of value you get from the 
LISA conference, come check out Brent's talk.  LISA packs in 5 days of 
training and 4 days of technical sessions (they overlap on days for a 
total of 6 days of technical immersion), and is the conference for 
System Administrators.  It's being held in San Diego, California this 
year, so much easier for travelling.

Many thanks to USENIX for sharing Brent's technical talk at BayLISA.
baylisa mailing list:   baylisa at baylisa.org
rsvp for meeting:       rsvp at baylisa.org
baylisa board (request to sponsor or present):
                        blw at baylisa.org

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