Rafael Tolosana rafaelt at unizar.es
Wed Jul 12 15:19:53 CDT 2017

- CloudAM 2017

in conjunction with the 10th IEEE/ACM Utility and Cloud Computing
Conference (UCC)
Austin Texas, USA, December 5-8, 2017



Selected papers from CloudAM will be invited to be extended for submission
to a Special Issue in Cloud Computing to be published by the Elsevier's
Computers and Electrical Engineering journal. These invited papers will
undergo standard review process in the journal.


Paper submission due: August 10, 2017.
Notification of acceptance: September 10, 2017
Final camera-ready papers due: September 17, 2017
Workshop Date: December 5-8, 2017
Attendees to CloudAM must register for the main conference UCC2017


Submissions at: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cloudam2017

CloudAM2017 The Clouds and Applications Management workshop invites authors
to submit original and unpublished work. Papers should not exceed 6 pages
IEEE style (single-spaced 2-column text using 10-point size type on A4
paper). Authors should submit a PostScript (level 2) or PDF file that will
print on a PostScript printer.
Electronic submission only (via EasyChair).

Submission requires the willingness of at least one of the authors to
register and present the paper.
All selected papers for this workshop are peer-reviewed and will be
published in IEEE Xplore.
Selected (extended) papers should be invited to submit to a high quality
Journal special issue.


Cloud computing, virtualization and virtual (eScience) applications are
currently hot topics
and have been generating substantial interest in the community, and it is
anticipated that this
interest will expand. It is also important to the research community as it
is challenging
traditional methods by its sheer size and high level of automation. Clouds
must provide
appropriate levels of performance to large groups of diverse users, and
those clouds
are accessed through virtualized wide area networks. Management systems are
for that and thereby for the future success of the cloud paradigm. New
systems, methods, and
approaches for cloud, virtualization and (eScience) applications management
are to be discussed
at this workshop.

For the CloudAM 2017 workshop, researchers from Clouds and (eScience)
Applications communities are encouraged to submit and present original work
to be considered for publication. Overall topics of interest include but
are not limited to:
* Cloud computing environments
* Cloud service orchestration
* Cloud APIs and usage control
* Cloud data management
* Cloud scalable monitoring
* Cloud load balancing
* Multi-cloud/Inter-clouds
* Customer cloud management
* Managing data centers
* Management as a service
* Management of virtual slices
* *aaS Management
* Application and Management Portals
* Cloud scheduling
* Hybrid clouds
* Fog computing
* Cloud case studies
* Cloud surveys and taxonomies
* Social clouds
* Accounting and economic models for clouds
* Managing cloud services
* Management of virtualized hardware resources
* Network-specific mechanisms for optimized cloud access
* Performance modeling & evaluation
* QoS/QoE management in the cloud
* Management tools for infrastructure virtualization
* Automated resource slicing
* Integration of the wireless and optical domains
* Policy driven service/resource life-cycle management
* Applications and services enabled by virtualized infrastructure
* Optimization of data center and workload energy consumption
* Green cloud computing
* Scientific workflows on clouds
* Mobile clouds
* Big data / complex event processing in the cloud
* Autonomic cloud computing
* Cloud – IoT/Smart Cities integration



Workshop Co-Chairs:
* Bruno Schulze - LNCC, BR, schulze at lncc.br
* Luiz Bittencourt - UNICAMP, BR, bit at ic.unicamp.br
* Rafael Tolosana-Calasanz, UNIZAR, ES, rafaelt at unizar.es



• David Abramson - Monash Univ., AU
• José Á. Bañares – Unizar - ES
• Jim Basney - NCSA, USA
• Daniel Batista – USP, BR
• Michael Bauer - Univ. of Western Ontario, CA
• Francisco Brasileiro - UFCG, BR
• Rajkumar Buyya - UniMelb, AU
• Luis Carlos Erpen de Bona - UFPR, BR
• Thomas Fahringer - Univ. of Innsbruck, AT
• Geoffrey C. Fox - Indianna Univ., US
• Wolfgang Gentzsch - RZG/MPG, DE
• Claudio Geyer - UFRGS, BR
• Nazim Agoulmine – UEV, FR
• Hélio Guardia - UFSCar, BR
• Craig Lee – ASC, USA
• Josef Spillner – ZHAW, CH
• Wilson Higashino – Western University, CA
• Laurent Lefevre - INRIA, Univ. of Lyon, FR
• Omer Rana – Cardiff, UK
• Srikumar Venugopal - UNSW, AU
• Manish Parashar – Rutgers U., USA
• José Luis Vázquez Poletti - UC MAdrid, ES
• Ivan Rodero – Rutgers U., USA
• Alan Sill, Texas Tech, USA
• Ashiq Anjum, Univ. of Derby, UK
• Ewa Deelman, USC, USA
• Khalid Elgazzar, ULO, USA
• Rafael Ferreira, USC, USA
• Alan Sil, TTU, USA
• Agustín Caminero, UNED, ES
• Rizos Sakelariou, MU, UK
• Ioan Petri, Cardiff, UK
• Edmundo Madeira, UNIC, BR

Rafael Tolosana Calasanz
Departamento de Informática e Ingeniería de Sistemas
Universidad de Zaragoza
c/ María de Luna, 1 50018 Zaragoza
tel +34 976762344   |   fax +34 976761914
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