Join LPI at LISA17
Hone your skills. Save on certifications. Tap into the open source community.
Linux Professional Institute (LPI) invites you to LISA 2017 – one of North America’s largest and best-attended open source events – from October 29th to November 3rd in San Francisco. The conference, which has been created specifically for System Administrators, is perfect regardless of your skill level or the industry in which you work.
Hone Your Skills
As always, LISA events provide practical insights so that you can be more effective whatever role play in administering systems. This year, LISA17 focuses on tackling challenges that arise when traditional and modern operations and engineering overlap. To hone your skills in this area, you can choose from over 40 conference sessions (with topics organized into three broad categories: architecture, culture, and engineering) over 20 half-day/full-day workshops, and 90-miniute mini-tutorials.
Save on Certifications
Register Now to take advantage of a discount exclusive to LISA17 attendees on all LPI certifications.
While at LISA17, write an LPIC paper-based exam for $99, a Linux Essentials exam for $75 US or the new DevOps Tools Engineer certification exam for $99. Note: On site exams will commence on November 2, 2017 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Register Now.
Tap into the Open Source Community
Throughout LISA17, you can find opportunities to connect with System Administrators from around the world who are there to share insights and first-hand experiences. For example, at LISA17 you can take part in several Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions where passionate people lead lively conversations and welcome differing viewpoints.
According to LPI’s Executive Director, G. Matthew Rice, ‘Everyone who attends LISA walks gains practical insights that they can use in their daily work lives. At the same time, there is always a tremendous feeling of comradery and innovation that is unique to the Linux and open source community. That’s why people return to LISA year after year and why LPI is proud to be a part of it.’