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Well, folks, here it is!  Tutorials; keynotes; papers; 
		registration and housing forms.  The 
		biggest and best Sun User Group Conference 
		and Exhibit ever!  REGISTER NOW!  

				Peter
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		SUN USER GROUP NINTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND EXHIBIT

		           San Jose Convention Center
		               San Jose, California

DISTRIBUTED APPLICATIONS AND MULTIPROCESSOR TECHNOLOGY

		Program Chair: S. Lee Henry, CIA


			    Sunday, December 8, 1991

TUTORIALS- 9:00 am - 5:00 pm  (Sign-up is separate from Conference)

	T-1	Perl- 
		  Tom Christensen, Convex
	T-2	Writing Distributed Applications Using the ONC Platform-
		  John Corbin, University of Texas-El Paso & Sun Microsystems
	T-3	Micro-Kernel Technology-
		  Loris S. Grob & Marc Rozier, Chorus Systemes
	T-4	Basic X Concepts-
		  Berry Kercheval, Intelligent Decisions
	T-5	Introduction to the Domain Name System-
		  William LeFebvre, Northwestern Univerisity
	T-6	UNIX Administration for VMS System Managers or, 
		VMS + UNIS = Oil + Water?
		  Ruth Milner, NRAO/VLA
	T-7	X and the Administrator-
		  Dina McNutt, Pencom Software
	T-8	Topics in UNIX Security-
		  Eugene Spafford, Purdue University


			     Monday, December 9, 1991

CONFERENCE- 9:00 am - 5:30 pm		        EXHIBITS- 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

 TIME			     SESSION -    *SPEAKER

			
 9:00 am	KEYNOTE: Distributed Applications in the 90s- SunSoft's Object
		         Oriented Vision     *Richard Probst, SunSoft
10:15 am	IMIS: A Distributed Query and Report Fromating System-
			*T. Anthony Allen, The World Bank
		Low Cost IP Connectivity	
			*Robert A. Sutterfield,Morning Star Technologies
		SunRAI--Sun Remote Application Interface
			*Barbara Ferber, Sun Microsystems
		BSD on Suns           *Chris Torek, LBL, * Van Jacobson, LBL
		Embedded SPARC Applications
			*Albert Y. Leung, Force Computers
11:30 am	LUNCH Speaker:  The HP/SunSoft Joint Development Agreement
			*Joseph Sventek, Hewlett Packard
 1:45 pm	PANAMA: a Gateway Generator from OSI-ROS to Sun RPC
			*Michel Besson, Cerics
		Suns and Others: Accommodating Heterogeneity in a Sun Network
			*Steven M. Romig, Ohio State University
		GNU & You, Building a Better World        *Howard Chu, JBL
		Creating New Widgets in XView 3.0
			*Steve Tufty, Protocol Systems
		IBM/DEC Connectivity- Directions from SunConnect
			*Barbara Coll, SunConnect
		Numerical Experimentation by Computer: Answering Scientific
		 Questions by Modeling Systems of Different Equations
			*Alan Heirich, CalTech
 2:30 pm	Experiences in Porting to SunOS MT and the Sun Threads Library
			*Robert Hagmann, Xerox PARC
		Case Study of a Moderately Complex /usr/local File Server 
		 Approach to Support Localization in a Multi-Vendor UNIX s/w
			*Alek Komarnitsky, Spatial Technology
		Experience in Porting an FTAM Implementation from Sun/UNIX to 
		 VAX/VMS    *Hua Chang, Fed. Dept. of Communications (Canada)
		LAN Integration and Product Solutions from SunConnect
			* Mike Marotta, Sun Connect
		Parallel IC Design Verification in a Distributed Sun Environment
			*Diane R. Shook, AT&T Bell Labs
 3:30 pm	Process Scheduling Systems for Distributed Applications
			*Jim Rosborough, Great-West Life Assurance
		MINI-TUTORIAL= Network Debugging
			*Smoot Carl-Mitchell, Texas Internet Consulting
		Hierarchical File Systems and Sparcus Strategy
			*P. Michael Haffley, Purdue University, Indianapolis
		Application Development Environments for the 90s
			*Alfred Correira, UniSQL
		PANEL: High Performance SPARC Technology
			*Stan Hanks, Technology Transfer Associates, Moderator
 4:45 pm	A Distributed Operator Interaction System
			*Steve Shumay, SunSoft
		You and Your Compiler     *Keith Bierman, SunPro
		FDDI to the Desktop: The Missing Link in Distributed Computing
			*Noel Lindsay, Crescendo Communications
		

			        Tuesday, December 10, 1991

 9:00 am	KEYNOTE: SVR4 Part 1 -- An Overview of Solaris 2.0
			*Norman Eaglestone, SunSoft
10:15 am	Management of Distributed Applications
			*Jim Rosborough, Great-West Life Assurance
		A Next Step in Backup and Restore Technology
			*Rob Kolstad, SunSoft
		Technology Directions: UniSQL: A Unified Relational and Object
		Oriented Next-Generation Database System
			*Won Kim, UniSQL
		Coarse-Grained Parallelism Applied to a Finite-Difference
		Algorithm             *David Heatley, LLNL
		Intelligent Monitoring & Control of Complex Systems
			*Scott Weitzenkamp & Tom Laffey, Talarian Corporation
11:30 am	LUNCH Speaker- A Vision of Sun in the Mid-90s
			*David S.H. Rosenthal, SunSoft	
 1:45 pm	Parallel Deductive Databases: Design & Implementation of a
		Parallel Algorithm for Computing Recursive Queries
			*A. Hameurlain, IRIT
		Hybrid Performance Monitor for the MSPARC Mulicomputer
	                *James Harden, MSU
		SVR4 Part II          *Norman Eaglestone, SunSoft
		Distributing Your Application on CD ROM
			*Bill Petro, Sun Microsystems
		Systems Security: A Case Study of Syracuse University's 
		Growing Computer Security Problems
			*John Stewart, Syracuse University
 3:00 pm	Real-Time in SunOS 5.0          *Norman Eaglestone, SunSoft
		Introduction to Disk Drives: Practical Info for the Systems 
		Admin            *Dinah McNutt, Pencom Software
		The NeWS Briefing System: Programming with the NeWS Toolkit
			*Steven Fritzinger & Neil Groundwater, Sun Microsystems
		Ask AnswerBook--A Session with the Developer     
			*Tom A. Sun Microsystems
		Data Security in the SunOS Environment
			*James Geary, Security Dynamics
 4:00 pm	Redefining RealTime
			*Michael Peck, Berkeley Camera Engineering
		A VITec Multi-Processor Based Image Processing System
			*Robert C. Johnson, ESL
		Analyzing Backup Systems
			*Elizabeth D. Zwicky, SRI International
		Project Athena on the Sun Platform
			*James H. Haynes, UC Santa Cruz
		PANEL: The Commercial Use of Freeware
			*Rich Morin, Canta Forda Computer Lab, Moderator
		SimplifySQL: A Graphical Interface for DB Access?
			*Frederick Tou, Sun Tech Enterprises
		Improving System Price/Perf. with Fast Solid State Swap 
		 Storage *Bill Miller, CERAM
		Security in the SunOS Environment
			*Howard I. Solomon, Sun Microsystems
		
			     Wednesday, December 11, 1991

 9:00 am	KEYNOTE: Scott McNealy, Sun Microsystems
10:15 am	SunSoft's Project DOE-Distributed Objects Everywhere
			*Richard Probst, SunSoft
		Bachelor of Occult Sciences in System Administration
			*Peter Zadrozny, CQG
		Engineering a Commercial Backup System
			*Jeff Polk, SunSoft
		PC NFS: Experiences & Directions
			*Geoff Arnold, Sun Tech. Enterprises
		A Distributed S/W Platform for Supporting Large Mission-Critical
	         Decision-Support Applications
			*Dale Skeen, Teknekron
		The ARTSE Process Control Executive
			*Curt S. Kuhn, SPARTA, Inc.
11:30 am	LUNCH Speaker:	The Desktop Microprocessor Standards Battle:
		 Down to Four Primary Contestants
			*Michael Slater, Microprocessor Report
 1:45 pm	Case Study of a Distributed Application	for System and 
		Network Management
			*Larry Garlick, Remedy Corporation
		A Database for UNIX Backup
			*Jim Engquist Sun Microsystems
		PANEL: IBM Connectivity Solutions
			*Kevin Kalajan, SunConnect, Moderator
		Virtual Partitions; An Effective Disk Storage Administration
		 Tool	*Raphael Frommer, Auspex
		The C-Linda Language for Networks of SparcStations
			*Timothy Mattson, Scientific Computing Associates
 2:45 pm	Object Oriented System
			*Michael Shurman, Fibronics Limited
		Backup Strategies
			*Donald Trimmer, Delta Microsystems
		System Admin's Perf. Monitor for Tuning NFS Net Servers
			*Brad Peterson, Auspex
		A Message Passing Library for Distr & Parallel Computing
			*Raju Karia, INTEVEP S.A.
 3:30 pm	Distributed Printing and Viewing of Mainframe Reports
			*Terry Beyer, Sun Microsystems
		Issues in On-Line Backup
			*Steve Shumway, SunSoft
		Developing Multi-Threaded Applications
			*Karl Danz, SunSoft and Denise Leahy, SunPro
		How and Why SCSI is Better than IPI for NFS
			*Bruce Nelson, Auspex
		Parallel Applications Using Linda/RTM on Networks of 
		 SparcStations
			*Timothy Mattson, Scientific Computing Associates

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SUN USER GROUP NINTH ANNUAL
CONFERENCE & EXHIBIT 1991
EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION INFORMATION
San Jose Convention Center - December 9-11, 1991

			Distributed Applications
			          and
			Multiprocessor Technology

	Pre-registration fee: $375.00/person
	On-site registration fee: $450.00/person

NAME:	  _______________________________________________________________

TITLE:    _______________________________________________________________

COMPANY:  _______________________________________________________________

ADDRESS:  _______________________________________________________________

	  _______________________________________________________________

PHONE: _______________  FAX: _________________ EMAIL: ___________________

   _____$275.00	SUG and or USENIX Member.
   _____$315.00	Non-Member. _____Please make me a member. 
                                (Outside U.S. add $15.00)
   	_____Please do not include my name on your mailing list.
	_____Please do not include my name on the attendee/membership list.
   _____$175.00 Tutorial Registration. (Fees separate from conf. reg. fees)
	(Tutorials will run all day Sunday, DECEMBER 8.
	_____Tutorial choice. (Choose one: T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8)
	     (**see below for brief tutorial descriptions)

        $__________TOTAL AMOUNT DUE. 

Method of payment:		____Check         ____VISA  ____Mastercard
				           CREDIT CARD RECEIPTS WILL BE MAILED

	Credit Card Number: ___________________________ Exp. Date:___________
	Cardholder's name (if different):____________________________________
	Cardholder's address:________________________________________________

		COMPLETE AND RETURN WITH VISA or MASTERCARD,
		CHECK OR MONEY ORDER PAYABLE TO:
		SUN USER GROUP, INC.
		c/o Event Registration Services
		106 Wisteria Way
		Mill Valley, CA 94941
		Phone: (415) 388-9031
		FAX: (415) 388-7506
		Email: pat...@west.sug.org
			PHONE OR FAX PRE-REGISTRATIONS 
		WILL BE ACCEPTED WITH A VISA OR MASTERCARD *ONLY*

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CANCELLATION/ REFUND POLICY:

For those who must cancel their registration, the 
following schedule will apply:

Before October 1, 1991: fees refunded less $50.00
After October 1, 1991 but before November 27, 1991:
 50% of fees refunded.
No refunds will be granted after November 27, 1991.

Cancellations must be in writing and postmarked by 
November 27, 1991 to receive a refund.

Medical document signed by a physician: Full refund.



 HOUSING REQUEST

 SUN USER GROUP CONFERENCE & EXHIBIT
 DECEMBER 9-11, 1991

General Instructions:
	1. 	Rosenbluth is the Official Travel Agency for the Sun User Group
                Conference.
	2. 	For hotel locations see housing map on reverse side.
	3. 	Print or type requested information on this form.
	4. 	All reservations MUST be guaranteed by a major credit card.
	5. 	If a credit card is not available, forward a check in the
                amount of the first night's room rate for each room reserved,
                made payable to Rosenbluth Travel Agency, Inc.
	6. 	ROOM REQUESTS ARE ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS. If your
                first choice is not available, your deposit 
		will be applied to your second or other choice. Get your
                requests in early!!
	7.	Cancellations must be received by Rosenbluth 72 hours prior to
                check-in to avoid a penalty equal to one night's hotel charge.
	8.	All changes must be called in to Rosenbluth Travel by Friday,
                December 6.
	9.	You will receive a written confirmation from Rosenbluth Travel.
	10.	DO NOT mail this housing form to the Sun User Group office.
	11.	Mail or fax your completed form to:
			Rosenbluth Travel Agency, Inc.
			100 First Street, Suite 2280
			San Francisco, CA 94105
			Attn: Sun User Group `91
	12.	If you need further assistance, please call Rosenbluth Travel
                at:
			1-800-222-1035 	or     415-512-6360	
                                FAX: 415-541-0979
			8:00 am - 5:00 pm (Pacific Standard Time)
              		       Monday through Friday

ASK ABOUT SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON AIRLINE FARES
AND CAR RENTAL RATES FOR SUG ATTENDEES

	Please print or type:

	Last Name:				First Name:

	If sharing room:
	Last Name:				First Name:

	Company:

	Address:

	City/State/ZIP:

	Phone: (Bus.)				Home:

	FAX:	

	Conference Hotels: (See below for detailed hotel information)
	1. Fairmont ($104)   
        2. Hotel De Anza ($102)   
        3. Holiday Inn Park Center Plaza ($82)   
        4. Best Western/Second Street ($51)
	5. Hyatt San Jose ($86)  
        6. Radisson Plaza Hotel ($84)  
        7. Courtyard by Marriott ($60/72)  
        8. Gateway Inn/Best Western ($63)
 
	Hotel Preference:  (FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS
)
	1.		2.			3.

	Room Type: (check one)
                   _____Single	(1 person/1 bed)
		   _____Double 	(2 people/1 bed)
	           _____Twin 	(2 people/2 beds)

	Credit Card Information:
   _____VISA   _____MasterCard   _____American Express   _____Diner's Club

		Card Number:					Expires:
		Cardholder's Name:

Special Housing Requests:________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________

HOUSING INFORMATION
The following hotels offer these special rates for the attendees of the
1991 Sun User Group Conference and Exhibit.  To make your guest room
reservations, fill out the housing request (above) and mail or FAX to
Rosenbluth Travel.
 
DOWNTOWN PROPERTIES

1.***The Fairmont Hotel***
The SUG Conference headquarters hotel.  
Located one block from the San Jose 
Convention Center and 15 minutes from the 
airport.  Complimentary airport shuttle service is 
available to and from the hotel.  The Fairmont is 
a full service, luxury hotel property.  Special SUG 
rate:  $104.

2.***Hotel De Anza***
Located 4 blocks from the San Jose Convention 
Center and 15 minutes from the airport.  
Complimentary airport shuttle service is available 
to and from the hotel.  The Hotel De Anza is a 
luxury hotel property.  Special SUG rate:  $102.

3.***Holiday Inn Park Center Plaza***
Located across the street from the San Jose 
Convention Center and 15 minutes from the 
airport.  Complimentary airport shuttle service is 
available to and from the hotel.  The Holiday Inn 
is a deluxe hotel property.  Special SUG rate:  
$82.

4.***Best Western/Second Street***
Located 2 blocks from the San Jose Convention 
Center and 15 minutes from the airport.  The 
Best Western Inn Second Street is an economy 
hotel property.  Special SUG rate:  $51.

AIRPORT PROPERTIES

5.***Hyatt San Jose***
Located 15 minutes from the San Jose 
Convention Center and 5 minutes from the 
airport.  Complimentary shuttle service is 
available to and from the hotel and airport. 
The Hyatt San Jose is a deluxe hotel property.  
Special SUG rate:  $86.

6.***Radisson Plaza Hotel***
Located 15 minutes from the San Jose 
Convention Center and 5 minutes from the 
airport.  Complimentary shuttle service is 
available to and from the hotel and airport.  
The Radisson is a deluxe, full service 
hotel property.  Special SUG rate:  $84.

7.***Courtyard by Marriott, San Jose Airport***
Located 15 minutes from the San Jose 
Convention Center and 5 minutes from the 
airport.  Complimentary shuttle service is 
available to and from the hotel and airport.  
The Courtyard is a moderate hotel property.  
Special SUG rate:  $60 weekend/$72 weekday.

8.***Gateway Inn/Best Western***
Located 20 minutes from the San Jose 
Convention Center and 5 minutes from the 
airport.  Complimentary shuttle service is 
available to and from the airport and convention 
center. Breakfast is included in your room 
charge. The Gateway Inn is a moderate hotel 
property.  Special SUG rate: $63. (Government 
rate available)

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