The System Administrators Guild of Ireland
, or sysadmin.ie
is a professional organisation for System Administrators
living and working in (or otherwise associated with) Ireland
The System Administrators Guild of Ireland was created in 2001
as an informal group known as SAGE-IE which met on the second Tuesday of every month for talks and social events. On 26 April 2005
an incorporated company was registered (The System Administrators' Guild of Ireland Limited
) and during 2006
a more formal framework was put in place whereby (on 4 October 2006
) the moniker and domain sysadmin.ie
was adopted registered and SAGE-IE deprecated. While membership was initially defined as subscribers of the 'members' mailing list, from 1 January 2007
onwards a formal membership structure was implemented and dues collected annually so as to allow the guild to better serve its members.
The guild runs a meeting on the second Tuesday of every month in Dublin
during which technical presentations are usually delivered followed by social outing to a nearby venue. It also maintains the sysadmin.ie
community including members mailing list(s).
The guild maintains affiliations with a number of international organisations who share similar goals: