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HPTS 2011 : 14th International Workshop on High Performance Transaction Systems

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Conference Series : High Performance Transaction Systems Workshop
 
Link: http://www.hpts.ws/index.html
 
When Oct 23, 2011 - Oct 26, 2011
Where Pacific Grove, CA, USA
Submission Deadline Apr 1, 2011
Notification Due Jun 1, 2011
 

Call For Papers

14th International Workshop on High Performance Transaction Systems (HPTS)
October 23-26, 2011
Asilomar Conference Grounds
Pacific Grove, CA

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The ubiquity of the Internet and the proliferation of "smart" devices have led us to a world where large, scalable, data-intensive systems -- once the rarified domain of mainframe computers and financial institutions -- now permeate virtually every industry. Social networks, online ticketing systems, and massively multiplayer online games are just a few of the applications regularly used by hundreds of millions of users that depend daily on such systems. System architects and engineers face increasingly complex challenges: larger scale, lower power, more client heterogeneity, etc. In addition, the skies are rapidly "cloud"ing up -- and some of the world's largest systems are being built from parts or platforms that are "non-traditional" in nature. The "NoSQL movement" is upon us, data analytics are running on thousand-node clusters, and almost every one of our traditional assumptions is being questioned by a new generation of data system architects.

Every two years, HPTS brings together a lively and opinionated group of participants to discuss and debate the pressing topics that affect today's systems and their design and implementation. Past workshops have included topics such as emerging directions in systems infrastructure, new applications, and current developments in software and technology. The topics are limited only by the imagination of our participants. The workshop will include position paper presentations, panels, moderated discussions, and significant time for casual interaction. And of course beer.

We ask potential participants to submit a short (two paragraph) technical summary, a one-page position paper, or an abstract of their current work. Submissions can present a viewpoint on a controversial topic, a summary of lessons learned, experience with a large or unusual system, an innovative mechanism, an enormous problem looming on the horizon, or anything else that convinces the program committee that the participant has something interesting to say. The submission process is purposely lightweight, but we require each submission to have only a single author.

Each instance of HPTS has its own unique flavor. The last HPTS)")http://hpts.ws/papers/2009/agenda.html)) focused on issues including the changing nature of memory hierarchies, multicore system challenges, various aspects of the cloud, the Map/Reduce craze, and scientific databases. While these topics are of continued interest, we encourage submissions on new and different topics as well.

If you wish to attend the workshop, see our Submission page)")http://hpts.ws/cfp.html)) for details.

Key Dates
Submission of Papers: April 1, 2011
Notification of Acceptance: June 1, 2011
HPTS Workshop: October 23-26, 2011

General Chair
C. Mohan, IBM
mohan@almaden.ibm.com

Program Chair
Mike Carey, UC Irvine
mjcarey@ics.uci.edu

Program Committee
Natassa Ailamaki, EPFL
Mike Carey, UC Irvine
Brian Cooper, Google
Pranta Das, RIM
Shel Finkelstein, SAP
Armando Fox, UC Berkeley
Dieter Gawlick, Oracle
Jeff Hammerbacher, Cloudera
Mark Little, Red Hat
Sam Madden, MIT
Chris Newcombe, Amazon
Eric Newcomer, Credit Suisse
Raghu Ramakrishnan, Yahoo!
Knut Magne Risvik, Microsoft
Pat Selinger, IBM
Margo Seltzer, Harvard University
Ashish Thusoo, Facebook

Local Arrangements Chair
Pat Helland, Microsoft

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