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Date: Wed, 30 Jan 91 14:56:03 -0500
From: henry@GARP.MIT.EDU (Henry Mensch)
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                           MIT Project Athena
                          Technical Conference
                              Cambridge, MA
                            11-12 April 1991

The purpose of this two-day conference is to address the needs of users
of Athena technologies by providing a forum where solutions and usage
can be discussed. 

The conference will offer tutorials on Athena Network Services: Kerberos
(authentication service), Zephyr (instantaneous messaging service),
Hesiod (naming service), and Moira (system management service). The
conference will also offer discussions of distributed file services,
changes made to UNIX (TM) to support distributed computing,
installation, distributed printing, building applications on Athena
Network Services, and the provision of On-Line Consulting and support
services in a distributed environment.

This conference will bring together a highly qualified panel of experts
on various aspects of Athena-style distributed computing environments.
The program will also include an organizing meeting to launch an Athena
Users Group.

                           Who should attend?

The conference will be of particular interest to systems administrators
and UNIX (TM) systems programmers developing tools which use
Athena-style distributed computing.

The conference sessions will be held from 8:30 to 5:00 on both days,
with a dinner and meeting on Thursday evening, April 11th (see tentative
agenda below).

                        For more information ...

... please send your business card to this address and we'll send you
registration materials.

	Project Athena Technical Conference Coordinator
	Project Athena, MIT
	Room E40-300
	Cambridge, MA 02139 USA

UNIX is a registered trademark of the UNIX Systems Laboratory.  Project
Athena, Athena, Kerberos, Hesiod, Moira, and Zephyr are trademarks of
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). No commercial use of
these trademarks may be made without prior written permission of MIT.

The two day meeting: 11-12 April 1991

Wednesday afternoon, 10 April:  pick up registration packets

Thursday, 11 April: 
0730-1700: registration
0730-0830: coffee break
0830-1000: opening address
1000-1030: coffee and pastry break
1030-1200: Kerberos tutorial            Zephyr tutorial

1200-1400: lunch on your own
1300-1400: multimedia overview 

1400-1530: Hesiod tutorial              Moira tutorial
1530-1600: coffee break
1600-1700: Distributed Filesystems      Distributed applications

1700-1900: dinner 

1900-2200: terminal room
1900-2200: Athena Users' Group organizing meeting (??)

Friday, 12 April:
0730-0830: coffee break
0830-1000: Athena changes to UNIX               Distributed Printing
1000-1030: coffee and pastry break
1030-1200: OLC tutorial                         Installation Procedures

1200-1400: lunch on your own
1300-1400: multimedia overview (repeat)

1400-1530: ask the experts: a panel of experts who have built and
maintained Athena-style distributed computing environments answer your
questions about building and maintaining your own distributed computing
1530-1600: coffee break
1600-1730: Athena future directions on distributed computing, closing

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