[hpc-announce] Special Issue on New Generation Cloud Computing in SPE - Deadline Extended to 07 June

Blesson Varghese B.Varghese at qub.ac.uk
Fri May 31 07:53:28 CDT 2019

Deadline Extended to 07 June 2019 for the
Special Issue on 'New Generation Cloud Computing' in the Software: Practice and Experience journal

PDF is available here: https://wol-prod-cdn.literatumonline.com/pb-assets/assets/1097024X/SPE-SI-NewGenCloudComp-2019-1544524029437.pdf

New trends seen in cloud computing in the last couple of years include: computing at the edge of the network outside centralized data centers, using heterogeneous processors, such as hardware accelerators in the cloud for making applications execute faster, using lightweight deployment strategies, such as containers and unikernels, in transient environments, ecosystems built on containers that enable more abstraction, and novel applications finding new generation clouds to satisfy their requirements.

Definitions, architectures and approaches that are relevant to the current generation of clouds will evolve significantly to accommodate the emerging paradigms that rely on the cloud. Future clouds will therefore need to address new challenges related to scalability, management, reliability, sustainability, heterogeneity and security. Addressing these challenges naturally paves way for new cloud trends, directions and research.

This special issue welcomes research in all avenues of the next generation cloud computing, but are not limited to:
Infrastructure - hardware, middleware and software
Architectures - emerging distributed and decentralized clouds using fog/edge, serverless computing, blockchain technologies and container technologies
System - programming models, algorithms, virtualization technologies, hardware accelerators, and runtime systems
Management - scheduling, resource scaling, deployment, monitoring, benchmarking, and metering
Application - novel applications in machine and deep learning, mobile apps, IoT, smart cities, health care

​Prospective authors are encouraged to express their interest to the corresponding guest editor.

Blesson Varghese (Corresponding Guest Editor), Queen’s University Belfast, UK; b.varghese at qub.ac.uk
Marco Netto, IBM, Brazil
Ignacio M. Llorente, Harvard University, USA, and Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne, Australia

Please submit to Manuscript central by selecting the 'SPE-SI-NewGenCloudComp' special issue.
Submissions should be prepared for publication according to the journal submission guidelines.
We recommend using the Latex template provided by Wiley.
The submitted papers must have at least 50% different material beyond any other previously published work.

Thank you for your consideration and we look forward to receiving your submissions.

On behalf of the Guest Editors

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