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Final CFP International Workshop on Automated Incident Management in Cloud (AIMC'15)

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Victor Munteanu

Feb 22, 2015, 5:23:46 AM2/22/15
International Workshop on Automated Incident Management in Cloud (AIMC'15)
April 21-24 2015, Bordeaux, France

Held in conjunction with
European Conference on Computer Systems (EuroSys)


Paper submission (final): March 1st, 2015
Notification of acceptance: March 9th, 2015
Camera ready papers: March 27th, 2015

*** SCOPE ***

The ongoing adoption of Cloud Computing has lead to an increase in the level of
complexity of the existing services and inherently higher risks for companies
willing to migrate in order to benefit from this new paradigm. These risks could
arise from deviations from the normal operation that could lead to a reduction
or interruption of the QoS, service shortages, or incidents.

Cloud Incident Management, as a novel research direction, is addressing specific
issues that are related to cloud services, bringing under the same umbrella
relevant topics including cloud management automation, SLA and QoS management
(and specifically management of SLA incidents), Cloud forensics and targeting
the resolution of deviations from normal operations.


Authors are invited to submit papers that fall into the area of cloud incident
management. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

- Cloud incident management architectures, workflows and automated handling
- Techniques and algorithms for cloud incident detection and classification;
- Root cause analysis in cloud computing;
- Engineering of self-healing cloud autonomic systems;
- Resilient service provisioning in cloud computing;
- Cloud forensic investigations, electronic discovery (eDiscovery);
- Audit, security, privacy, and compliance management for cloud computing;
- Cloud quality management and service level agreement (SLA);
- Cloud configuration, performance, and capacity management;
- Novel fault-tolerance techniques and implementations of emerging software
- Analysis of cloud anti-patterns for incident avoidance


Full papers will be submitted via the EasyChair system at:

The submission format will follow the recommended format of the EuroSys
conference, and must be no longer than 6 numbered pages, excluding references
for which additional pages can be used. Papers must be formatted using a 10pt
font, single spacing (minimum 11pt spacing between lines), two columns with 0.33
inches between columns, and a text box of 7 by 9 inches. The ACM SIGPLAN style
should achieve the required formatting if using the "10pt" and "preprint"
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- Adj. Prof. Thomas Michael Bohnert, PhD, and Victor Ion Munteanu, PhD, Zurich
University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
- Prof. Dana Petcu, PhD, and Assoc. Prof. Teodor-Florin Fortis, PhD, West
University of Timisoara, Romania


- Andy Edmonds, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
- John P. Morrison, PhD, University College Cork, Ireland
- Giuliano Casale, PhD, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
- Danilo Ardagna, PhD, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
- Viorel Negru, PhD, West University of Timisoara, Romania
- Walid Fdhila, PhD, University of Vienna, Austria
- Florin Pop, PhD, University Politehnica Bucuresti, Romania

It will be a great pleasure for us to receive your contribution and to meet you in Bordeaux.

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