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Workshop on Cloud Services, sickness
Federation,

and the

8th Open Cirrus Summit

http://fedcloud.cyberaide.org/

21 September 2012, San Jose, CA (USA)
In conjunction with the
International Conference on Autonomic Computing, San Jose, 18-20 Sep. 2012.

Deadlines

Papers Due: July 21, 2012, July 14, 2012
Author Notification: July 31, 2012
Final Papers due: August 14, 2012
Workshop: September 21, 2012

Summary

This event will be run as a workshop in conjunction with ICAC 2012 and will bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss the newest ideas and challenges in cloud services and federated cloud computing. With your help, we hope to accelerate the discussion in both commercial and academic contexts.

Focus of the Workshop

The services offered by clouds are becoming critical for a wide variety of applications used by industry, education and government.There are now many examples of successful cloud services offered by public, private and community clouds. Many efforts exist that are creating cloud toolkits and frameworks to simplify the development and delivery of cloud services.

The main purpose of this workshop is to bring together those responsible for designing, managing, and operating clouds services so that they can share experiences with each other. The workshop also welcomes users with requirements for new cloud services.

We are particularly interested in cloud services that can be used for federating clouds. Topics of interest include:

    • Experiences, best practices, and lessons learned from operating cloud services
    • Testbeds for designing new cloud services
    • Cloud services for federating clouds
    • Management and provisioning of cloud services
    • Health and status monitoring of cloud services
    • Security of cloud services
    • Requirements for new cloud services
    • Reliability and fault tolerance of cloud services
    • Cloud services that span public and private clouds
      • Design of cloud services
      • Intercloud services
      • Federation service
      • Identity services
      • Cloud bursting services
      • Cloud services for emerging applications
    • Applications utilizing such services
    • Cloud Software and Tools
      • IaaS, PaaS, …, Hadoop, …

This workshop will build upon the success of the prior Open Cirrus events and the prior Open Cloud Consortium events. The goal is to help building a community for those responsible for operating clouds and cloud testbeds, as well as those interested in designing new cloud services.

Sponsors

The Workshop is co-sponsored by the Open Cirrus Consortium and the Open Cloud Consortium, and FutureGrid.

Paper Format

Full papers (a maximum of 6 pages in the two-column ACM proceedings format) are invited on a wide variety of topics relating to federated clouds and their application. Submitted papers must be original work, and may not be under consideration for another conference or journal. Complete formatting and submission instructions can be found on the workshop web site. Accepted papers will appear in proceedings distributed at the conference and available electronically.

General Chair

  • Michael Kozuch (Intel, Open Cirrus)

Technical Program Chairs

(in alphabetical order)

  • Grossman, Robert (University of Chicago)
  • von Laszewski, Gregor (Indiana University, FutureGrid), laszewski@gmail.com

Committee

(in alphabetical order)

  • Brandic, Ivona (TU Vienna)
  • Desai, Narayan (ANL, Magellan)
  • Desprez, Frédéric (INRIA, Grid5000)
  • Diaz, Javier (Indiana Universiy, FutureGrid)
  • Fitzgerald, Steve (Eucalyptus)
  • Fox, Geoffrey (Indiana University, FutureGrid)
  • Gavrilovska, Ada (GaTech)
  • Grossman, Robert (University of Chicago, Open Cloud Consortium)
  • Keahey, Kate (ANL, Nimbus)
  • Kozuch, Michael (Intel, Open Cirrus)
  • Llorente, Ignacio M. (OpenNebula)
  • McGeer, Rick (HP)
  • Milojicic, Dejan (HP Labs)
  • Lavanya Ramakrishnan (LBL)
  • Riedel, Morris (FZ Juelich, EMI)
  • Toews, Everett (Cybera)
  • von Laszewski, Gregor (Indiana University, FutureGrid)

Steering Committee

(in alphabetical order)

  • Grossman, Robert (University of Chicago, Open Cloud Consortium)
  • Keahey, Kate (ANL, Nimbus)
  • Kozuch, Michael (Intel, Open Cirrus)
  • Milojicic, Dejan (HP Labs)
  • von Laszewski, Gregor (Indiana University, FutureGrid)

Web Site Contact

  • Gregor von Laszewski, laszewski@gmail.com

Citation Details

Workshop on Cloud Services, Federation, and the 8th Open Cirrus Summit,
San Jose, 21 September 2012, ISBN# 978-1-4503-1754-2

 

Workshop on Cloud Services, this web
Federation, and

and the

8th Open Cirrus Summit

http://fedcloud.cyberaide.org/

21 September 2012, San Jose, CA (USA)
In conjunction with the
International Conference on Autonomic Computing, San Jose, 18-20 Sep. 2012.

Deadlines

Papers Due: July 21, 2012, July 14, 2012
Author Notification: July 31, 2012
Final Papers due: August 14, 2012
Workshop: September 21, 2012

Summary

This event will be run as a workshop in conjunction with ICAC 2012 and will bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss the newest ideas and challenges in cloud services and federated cloud computing. With your help, we hope to accelerate the discussion in both commercial and academic contexts.

Focus of the Workshop

The services offered by clouds are becoming critical for a wide variety of applications used by industry, education and government.There are now many examples of successful cloud services offered by public, private and community clouds. Many efforts exist that are creating cloud toolkits and frameworks to simplify the development and delivery of cloud services.

The main purpose of this workshop is to bring together those responsible for designing, managing, and operating clouds services so that they can share experiences with each other. The workshop also welcomes users with requirements for new cloud services.

We are particularly interested in cloud services that can be used for federating clouds. Topics of interest include:

    • Experiences, best practices, and lessons learned from operating cloud services
    • Testbeds for designing new cloud services
    • Cloud services for federating clouds
    • Management and provisioning of cloud services
    • Health and status monitoring of cloud services
    • Security of cloud services
    • Requirements for new cloud services
    • Reliability and fault tolerance of cloud services
    • Cloud services that span public and private clouds
      • Design of cloud services
      • Intercloud services
      • Federation service
      • Identity services
      • Cloud bursting services
      • Cloud services for emerging applications
    • Applications utilizing such services
    • Cloud Software and Tools
      • IaaS, PaaS, …, Hadoop, …

This workshop will build upon the success of the prior Open Cirrus events and the prior Open Cloud Consortium events. The goal is to help building a community for those responsible for operating clouds and cloud testbeds, as well as those interested in designing new cloud services.

Sponsors

The Workshop is co-sponsored by the Open Cirrus Consortium and the Open Cloud Consortium, and FutureGrid.

Paper Format

Full papers (a maximum of 6 pages in the two-column ACM proceedings format) are invited on a wide variety of topics relating to federated clouds and their application. Submitted papers must be original work, and may not be under consideration for another conference or journal. Complete formatting and submission instructions can be found on the workshop web site. Accepted papers will appear in proceedings distributed at the conference and available electronically.

General Chair

  • Michael Kozuch (Intel, Open Cirrus)

Technical Program Chairs

(in alphabetical order)

  • Grossman, Robert (University of Chicago)
  • von Laszewski, Gregor (Indiana University, FutureGrid), laszewski@gmail.com

Committee

(in alphabetical order)

  • Brandic, Ivona (TU Vienna)
  • Desai, Narayan (ANL, Magellan)
  • Desprez, Frédéric (INRIA, Grid5000)
  • Diaz, Javier (Indiana Universiy, FutureGrid)
  • Fitzgerald, Steve (Eucalyptus)
  • Fox, Geoffrey (Indiana University, FutureGrid)
  • Gavrilovska, Ada (GaTech)
  • Grossman, Robert (University of Chicago, Open Cloud Consortium)
  • Keahey, Kate (ANL, Nimbus)
  • Kozuch, Michael (Intel, Open Cirrus)
  • Llorente, Ignacio M. (OpenNebula)
  • McGeer, Rick (HP)
  • Milojicic, Dejan (HP Labs)
  • Lavanya Ramakrishnan (LBL)
  • Riedel, Morris (FZ Juelich, EMI)
  • Toews, Everett (Cybera)
  • von Laszewski, Gregor (Indiana University, FutureGrid)

Steering Committee

(in alphabetical order)

  • Grossman, Robert (University of Chicago, Open Cloud Consortium)
  • Keahey, Kate (ANL, Nimbus)
  • Kozuch, Michael (Intel, Open Cirrus)
  • Milojicic, Dejan (HP Labs)
  • von Laszewski, Gregor (Indiana University, FutureGrid)

Web Site Contact

  • Gregor von Laszewski, laszewski@gmail.com

Citation Details

Workshop on Cloud Services, Federation, and the 8th Open Cirrus Summit,
San Jose, 21 September 2012, ISBN# 978-1-4503-1754-2

 

Workshop on Cloud Services, health
Federation,

and the

8th Open Cirrus Summit

http://fedcloud.cyberaide.org/

21 September 2012, San Jose, CA (USA)
In conjunction with the
International Conference on Autonomic Computing, San Jose, 18-20 Sep. 2012.

Deadlines

Papers Due: July 14, 2012
Author Notification: July 31, 2012
Final Papers due: August 14, 2012
Workshop: September 21, 2012

Summary

This event will be run as a workshop in conjunction with ICAC 2012 and will bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss the newest ideas and challenges in cloud services and federated cloud computing. With your help, we hope to accelerate the discussion in both commercial and academic contexts.

Focus of the Workshop

The services offered by clouds are becoming critical for a wide variety of applications used by industry, education and government.There are now many examples of successful cloud services offered by public, private and community clouds. Many efforts exist that are creating cloud toolkits and frameworks to simplify the development and delivery of cloud services.

The main purpose of this workshop is to bring together those responsible for designing, managing, and operating clouds services so that they can share experiences with each other. The workshop also welcomes users with requirements for new cloud services.

We are particularly interested in cloud services that can be used for federating clouds. Topics of interest include:

    • Experiences, best practices, and lessons learned from operating cloud services
    • Testbeds for designing new cloud services
    • Cloud services for federating clouds
    • Management and provisioning of cloud services
    • Health and status monitoring of cloud services
    • Security of cloud services
    • Requirements for new cloud services
    • Reliability and fault tolerance of cloud services
    • Cloud services that span public and private clouds
      • Design of cloud services
      • Intercloud services
      • Federation service
      • Identity services
      • Cloud bursting services
      • Cloud services for emerging applications
    • Applications utilizing such services

This workshop will build upon the success of the prior Open Cirrus events and the prior Open Cloud Consortium events. The goal is to help building a community for those responsible for operating clouds and cloud testbeds, as well as those interested in designing new cloud services.

Sponsors

The Workshop is co-sponsored by the Open Cirrus Consortium and the Open Cloud Consortium, and FutureGrid.

Paper Format

Full papers (a maximum of 6 pages in the two-column ACM proceedings format) are invited on a wide variety of topics relating to federated clouds and their application. Submitted papers must be original work, and may not be under consideration for another conference or journal. Complete formatting and submission instructions can be found on the workshop web site. Accepted papers will appear in proceedings distributed at the conference and available electronically.

General Chair

  • Michael Kozuch (Intel, Open Cirrus)

Technical Program Chairs

(in alphabetical order)

  • Grossman, Robert (University of Chicago)
  • von Laszewski, Gregor (Indiana University, FutureGrid), laszewski@gmail.com

Committee

(in alphabetical order)

  • Brandic, Ivona (TU Vienna)
  • Desai, Narayan (ANL, Magellan)
  • Desprez, Frédéric (INRIA, Grid5000)
  • Diaz, Javier (Indiana Universiy, FutureGrid)
  • Fitzgerald, Steve (Eucalyptus)
  • Fox, Geoffrey (Indiana University, FutureGrid)
  • Gavrilovska, Ada (GaTech)
  • Grossman, Robert (University of Chicago, Open Cloud Consortium)
  • Keahey, Kate (ANL, Nimbus)
  • Kozuch, Michael (Intel, Open Cirrus)
  • Llorente, Ignacio M. (OpenNebula)
  • McGeer, Rick (HP)
  • Milojicic, Dejan (HP Labs)
  • Riedel, Morris (FZ Juelich, EMI)
  • Toews, Everett (Cybera)
  • von Laszewski, Gregor (Indiana University, FutureGrid)

Steering Committee

(in alphabetical order)

  • Grossman, Robert (University of Chicago, Open Cloud Consortium)
  • Keahey, Kate (ANL, Nimbus)
  • Kozuch, Michael (Intel, Open Cirrus)
  • Milojicic, Dejan (HP Labs)
  • von Laszewski, Gregor (Indiana University, FutureGrid)

Web Site Contact

  • Gregor von Laszewski, laszewski@gmail.com

Paper Format

All papers for the conference must be submitted through the submission site.

Submitted papers must be original work, anesthetist
and may not be under consideration for another conference or journal. Papers must conform to two columns ACM proceedings format with page limit set by the category your submission has been selected for: Full Papers: 6 Page Limit The first page of the paper must include the paper title and author name(s).

Final Paper format information

ACM wants the material to appear in the Digital Library on the day your conference begins. To accomplish this, click we must have the files no later than August 18th, and preferable sooner, as we will need to have the metadata generated. I also need to prepare additional things that will take some time.

    a. The files must be PDF.
    b. They should have thumbnails and they should be optimized for fast web viewing.
    c. They should have the copyright statement and bibliographic strip on the bottom of the first page left column.
    d. If you are paginating the volume, paginate sequentially throughout the volume. If you are using article numbering, please contact Adrienne Griscti for details.
    e. They should have Type 1 fonts (scalable), not Type 3 (bit-mapped).
    All fonts MUST be embedded within the PDF file.
    Any PDF that is not deposited with fonts embedded will need to be corrected. In order to help you through this process, we have created documentation on how to embed your fonts. Please download the ACM Digital Library optimal distiller settings file, ACM.joboptions.

    ACM cannot substitute font types, though. This really must be done in the source files before the Postscript or PDF is generated. If bit-mapped fonts are used, they will not necessarily display legibly in all PDF readers on all platforms, though they will print out fine.
 

WORD USERS

Please download the template from the ACM website.

Be sure to format your document for US Letter (8-1/2×11). Please check that your submission adheres to the set page limit for your type of submission (see above). Insert the ACM copyright statement, into your document:

Permission to make digital or hard copies of all or part of this work for personal or classroom use is granted without fee provided that copies are not made or distributed for profit or commercial advantage and that copies bear this notice and the full citation on the first page. To copy otherwise, or republish, to post on servers or to redistribute to lists, requires prior specific permission and/or a fee. Workshop on Cloud Services, Federation, and the 8th Open Cirrus Summit, September 21, 2012, San Jose, CA, USA. Copyright 2012 ACM 978-1-4503-1267-7…$10.00.

This statement should appear in 8 pt. Times New Roman, justified text, with Workshop on Cloud Services, Federation, and the 8th Open Cirrus Summit italicized. You need to upload your .pdf file to: the submission site. We recommend using a modern, standards-compliant Web browser to upload the necessary files.

LaTeX USERS

Please use sig-alternate class file from the ACM website. Insert the following three lines in your .tex document after begin{document} to produce the correct copyright statement and info:

conferenceinfo{Workshop on Cloud Services, Federation, and the 8th Open Cirrus Summit,}{September 21, 2012, San Jose, CA, USA.} CopyrightYear{2012} crdata{978-1-4503-1267-7}

LaTeX user, you MUST use Type 1 fonts for your submission, for help see:http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/sigfaq.htm#a14. PDF LaTex can be used to create a pdf file for your submission, but all fonts MUST be embedded. Be sure to see the recommendations for your figures and images above. Be sure to format your document for US Letter (8-1/2×11). Please check that your submission adheres to the set page limit for your type of submission (see above). You need to submit your paper by uploading your .pdf file to: the submission site. We recommend using a modern, standards-compliant Web browser to upload the necessary files.

 

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