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Dear Networker:
For the first time, the USENIX Association and SAGE, the System Administrators Guild, have convened a conference just for the professional network administration community. Join us for an opportunity to interact with fellow network administrators working in sites of all sizes. Take advantage of expertise gained by years of varied and innovative work throughout the world.

The program committee has worked hard to provide outstanding speakers selected for their expertise and experience. Please come to Santa Clara for learning, presentations, and fun.

The Conference on Network Administration (NETA) Refereed Paper sessions feature topics ranging from the latest in tools for the network manager to presentations on integrating voice and video services into a data network. The Invited Talks sessions contain something for everyone, including discussions of some of the latest network technologies and case studies of real networks. We will also have Birds-of-a-Feather sessions to help you answer all the questions you may have.

The tutorial track offers a full spectrum of courses tailored to all levels of experience and spanning a wide range of interests. Attend these two days of tutorials and take home new skill you can use immediately.

On behalf of the 1999 Conference on Network Administration Committee,

David Williamson, Global Networking and Computing
Program Co-Chair
  Paul Ebersman, Vixie Enterprises
Program Co-Chair

PS: Remember to sign up by March 16, 1999 to save $50.00. See Registration information.


NETA Program Committee
Program Co-Chairs
David Williamson, Global Networking and Computing
Paul Ebersman, Vixie Enterprises
Program Committee
Fuat Baran, Columbia University
Brent Chapman, Covad Communications Company
Phil Draughon, RMS Business Systems
Paul Ferguson, Cisco Systems
Jeff Jensen, WebTV Networks, Inc.
Bill LeFebvre, Group sys Consulting
Bryan McDonald, Global Networking and Computing
Hal Pomeranz, Corio, Inc.
Wade Warner, Georgia State University

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