[OpenAFS-announce] CFP: AFS & Kerberos Best Practices Workshop 2011

Derrick Brashear openafs-info@openafs.org
Thu, 3 Feb 2011 19:22:02 -0500

The organizers of the AFS & Kerberos Best Practices Workshop 2011
announces the Call For Participation.  The CFP closes on March 1, 2011.
Acceptances will be made on a continuing schedule based on fit with
other talks.

This year's Workshop will be held at the University of North Carolina at
Charlotte, June 6-10, 2011.

The AFS & Kerberos Best Practices Workshop is a week long conference
for those who work with OpenAFS and Kerberos, from the novice to the
experienced.  The week is filled with two full-day classes introducing
AFS and Kerberos and two and one half days of talks by your peers and

 - Work completed                   - Work in progress
 - Theories                               - Best practices
 - Related research                  - Updates on previous talks
 - Advanced tutorials                - Panel sessions

or something else that has come to you while working with AFS and/or

Talks are encouraged from basic to complex.  Topics may include, but
are not limited to:

AFS best practices                      AFS performance tuning
Benchmarking                             AFS server scaling
Service monitoring                      AFS & Kerberos 5
AFS related tools                        Kerberos related tools
Upgrade strategies                     Unique uses of AFS and/or Kerberos
Backups                                      Web integration
Administration delegation            AFS on non-Unix platforms
Automation                              Work on new features

Past talks have included:

Using Kebreros for Web Authentication   Accessing OpenAFS Through The Web
Backup Strategies                                    A View of Rx
Kerberos & Grid Systems                         Automated Keytab Installations
Hacking AFS Dump Volumes                   Your First Submission to OpenAFS
Tuning the OpenAFS Unix Client Cache Manager
Customizing installers for OpenAFS and Kerberos for Windows
NetBSD, Kerberos & AFS: From Zero to Distributed Filesystem in N Easy Steps

We look forward to hearing about your talk!

for the Organizers of the AFS & Kerberos Workshop