Engineering Applications for the Cloud
Room H1E, 07/11/2013 (18:00-18:45)
Engineering cloud applications beyond simple web servers and services is a main challenge for organisations that want to harvest the benefits of Cloud Computing. The aim of this session is to cover the full range of technical challenges through themes like: Decision mechanisms for migration towards Clouds; model-driven engineering of applications for the Clouds; modelling of Cloud target platforms; and resource management in multiple Clouds. The session will also cover business aspects like: Business implications and impact from migrating to the Cloud, in particular in the public sector; validation and certification of migrated applications to the Cloud; open-source middleware for the Cloud. The session will offer short snapshot presentations of state-of-the-art research results, with ample time for discussion. The aim is to collect feedback from the audience on current research trends and uncovered topics, as the session is relevant to the core of area 6 of the revised Digital Agenda.
Organised by: Geir HORN (University of Oslo, Faculty of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, Norway)
Topic: Computing, Systems and Infrastructure
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