This programme is provisional and, while every effort will be made to keep to the published schedule, may be subject to change without notice.

Tuesday 21st March 9:00 Registration
9:30 Samba Tutorial
Gerald Carter, Samba Development Team
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 Samba Tutorial cont.
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Samba Tutorial cont.
15:30 Tea Break
16:00 Samba Tutorial cont.
17:30
Wednesday 22nd March 9:00 Registration
9:30 LDAP Workshop
Dr Andrew Findlay, Skills 1st Ltd
Firewalling with OpenBSD's PF packet filter
Peter N M Hansteen, Datadokumentasjon A/S
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 LDAP Workdhop cont. Firewalling with OpenBSD's PF packet filter cont.
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Introduction and keynotes
15:00 Break
15:05 Building a centralised package management system
Pieter Barrezeele, X-Tend
BSD Certification
Dru Lavigne, BSD Certification
15:50 Break
15:55 Practical Cfengine
Andrew Stribblehill, University of Durham
Hardware temperature monitoring device drivers for OpenBSD
Constantine Murenin, East Carolina University / De Montfort University
16:40 Tea Break
17:10 Rate-limiting email with Exim
Tony Finch, University of Cambridge
Unix IPC facilities, limitations, performance and alternatives
John Collins, Xi Software Ltd
17:55 Close day one
18:00
Thursday 23rd March 9:00 Large Database Administration with PostgreSQL
Simon Riggs, 2ndQuadrant
Exploit Mitigation Techniques
Tom Cosgrove, OpenBSD
10:00 Break
10:05 Virtualisation in Action on POWER5 processors
Nigel Griffiths, IBM
Proactive Wireless Networks with OpenBSD
Reyk Floeter, OpenBSD
11:05 Coffee Break
11:35 Automating Xen Virtual Machine Deployments
Kris Buytaert, X-Tend
TrustedBSD OpenBSM: Open Source Security Audit Framework
Robert N M Watson, FreeBSD
12:20 Break
12:25 Linux Device-Mapper Multipathing
Alasdair Kergon, RedHat
eXtreme Programming: FreeBSD a case study
Paul Richards, FreeBSD
13:10 Lunch
14:10 Kerberizing Our Network
Simon Wilkinson, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
Security through obscurity: a review of FreeBSD's lesser known security capabilities
David Malone, FreeBSD
14:55 Break
15:00 Building and Running LAMP clusters for performance, uptime, scalability and ease-of-use
Alex Davies, University of Durham
Lightning Talks
Certified Open - The Provenance for Skills and Deliverables Alan Bellinger, Institute of IT Training
Trading connectivity and convention for address space Andrew Macpherson, OA5.com Ltd
nmon - Nigel's Performance Monitor Nigel Griffiths, IBM
15:45 Tea Break
16:15 Apache at The Register: Building a Large Website from mod_rewrite and mod_include
Aaron Crane, The Register
Lightning Talks cont.
Your talk here!
spring2006@ukuug.org
17:00 Closing remarks, end of conference
17:15

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