2016 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science (CloudCom)

12-15 Dec. 2016

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  • Table of contents

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  • Message from the General Chairs

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  • Message from the Cloud Computing Association Organizing Committee

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  • Keynotes

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    This keynotes discusses the following: The Tactile Internet - IoT, 5G and Cloud on Steroids; HPC Meets Cloud: Opportunities and Challenges in Designing High-Performance MPI and Big Data Libraries on Virtualized InfiniBand Clusters; Big Trajectory Data Processing on GPUs: Handle the Positional Streams; Cloud Computing in the Life Sciences. View full abstract»

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  • Tutorials

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    These tutorials discuss the following: Reproducible research at the cloud era; and practical Grid'5000: getting started & IaaS deployment with OpenStack. View full abstract»

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  • Goodbye to Fixed Bandwidth Reservation: Job Scheduling with Elastic Bandwidth Reservation in Clouds

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    The shared nature of cloud network infrastructures causes unpredictable network performance, which may degrade the performance of these applications. Recently, several works propose to explicitly reserve the network bandwidth in the cloud with virtual network abstraction models, which pre-specify the network bandwidth between virtual machines (VMs) for a tenant job. However, the pre-specification ... View full abstract»

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  • Disaggregated FPGAs: Network Performance Comparison against Bare-Metal Servers, Virtual Machines and Linux Containers

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    FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) are making their way into data centers (DC). They are used as accelerators to boost the compute power of individual server nodes and to improve the overall power efficiency. Meanwhile, DC infrastructures are being redesigned to pack ever more compute capacity into the same volume and power envelops. This redesign leads to the disaggregation of the server and ... View full abstract»

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  • Failure-Resilient Routing for Server-Centric Data Center Networks with Random Topologies

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    Data center networks with random topologies provide several promising features, such as near-optimal bisection bandwidth and flexibility of incremental growth. However, network failures are ubiquitous and significantly affect the performance of cloud services, such as availability and bandwidth. Existing random topology based data centers do not provide specific fault-tolerance mechanisms to recov... View full abstract»

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  • Service Performance Pattern Analysis and Prediction of Commercially Available Cloud Providers

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    The knowledge of service performance of cloud providers is essential for cloud service users to choose the cloud services that meet their requirements. Instantaneous performance readings are accessible, but prolonged observations provide more reliable information. However, due to technical complexities and costs of monitoring services, it may not be possible to access the service performance of cl... View full abstract»

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  • CloudTax: A CloudSim-Extension for Simulating Tax Systems on Cloud Markets

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    Today service markets are becoming business reality as for example Amazon's EC2 spot market. However, current research focusses on simplified consumer-provider service markets only. Taxes are an important market element which has not been considered yet for service markets. This paper introduces and evaluates the effects of tax systems for IaaS markets which trade virtual machines. As a digital go... View full abstract»

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  • Towards a Cost-Optimized Cloud Application Placement Tool

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    The cloud computing ecosystem comprises hundreds of providers, offering diverse computing services, incompatible APIs, and significantly different pricing models. Cloud application management platforms hide the heterogeneity of the services and APIs, allowing, to varying degrees, portability between providers. These tools remove technical barriers to switching providers, but they do not provide a ... View full abstract»

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  • Nested Buddy System: A New Block Address Allocation Scheme for ISPs and IaaS Providers

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    We propose a novel block address allocation method, called the nested buddy system, which can make use of wasted areas in the classical buddy system due to internal fragmentation. While achieving high utilization of address space, our new scheme supports efficient address matching for routers in packet forwarding and for network middleboxes in packet filtering. Specifically, the scheme uses just o... View full abstract»

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  • Towards Green Transportation: Fast Vehicle Velocity Optimization for Fuel Efficiency

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    To minimize the fuel consumption for driving, several methods have been proposed to calculate vehicles' optimal velocity profiles on a remote cloud. Considering the traffic dynamism, each vehicle needs to keep updating the velocity profile, which requires low latency for information uploading and profile calculation. However, these proposed methods cannot satisfy this requirement due to (1) high q... View full abstract»

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  • Device-Level IoT with Virtual I/O Device Interconnection

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    Networked devices in an Internet-of-Things (IoT) environment generally need to be controlled or organized by a central controlling host. These IoT devices are implemented together with a small computer that consists of a central processing unit (CPU), a memory, and input/output (I/O) devices to communicate with this host. The small computer uses its own software network stack for communication. Th... View full abstract»

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