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SYSTOR 2010 : The 3rd Annual Haifa Experimental Systems Conference

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Conference Series : Haifa Experimental Systems Conference
 
Link: http://www.haifa.ibm.com/conferences/systor2010/
 
When May 24, 2010 - May 26, 2010
Where Haifa, Israel
Submission Deadline Jan 31, 2010
Notification Due Mar 20, 2010
Final Version Due Apr 10, 2010
Categories    storage   distributed systems   computer systems   virtualization
 

Call For Papers

The IBM Haifa Research Lab and the IBM Systems and Technology Group Lab, in collaboration with Caesarea Rothschild Institute (CRI) at the University of Haifa are organizing SYSTOR 2010, a successor to the highly successful SYSTOR conference and workshops on systems and storage held at the IBM Haifa Research Lab. The goal of the conference is to promote systems research and foster stronger ties between the Israeli and worldwide systems research communities and industry. Therefore, international submissions are specially encouraged.

SYSTOR 2010 will be a three-day conference. Each day will include a keynote by a well-known international researcher on one of the conference topics.

Submissions of a practical and experimental nature are solicited. The conference is open to all systems research topics, including (but not limited to):

* General computer systems issues in operating systems, architecture, memory hierarchy, compilation, hypervisors and embedded systems
* Distributed systems such as peer-to-peer systems, sensor networks and overlays, fault-tolerance, and resource allocation
* Storage systems issues related to long-term preservation, archival storage, Internet-scale storage, replication and consistency, designs with solid-state devices and phase-change memory
* Cross-cutting issues such as workload modeling, performance metrics, power consumption, security, usability, and experience with real systems and failures
* Performance aspects of computing systems with emphasis on end-to-end performance issues, analysis, improvements and detection, including performance tools that addresses these aspects

In particular, we would like to emphasize the following themes:

* Cloud systems: security, consistency and reliability, storage architectures, performance tooling
* Virtualization infrastructure and virtualization-aware system design
* Multi-core architectures and the operating system facilities and programming environments that use them
* Power consumption and management
* Managing the explosive growth in storage and the increasing need to store, find and manage data for long periods

Papers should report original research or describe the technologies behind real products and the considerations that shaped the product’s design and functionality. If part of the material submitted was published previously, the paper should so indicate and should provide substantial additional results and material.

Submissions
Paper submissions should be up to 14 pages in 11 pt font, in PDF format. To submit, please use the conference submission website. Submitted papers will be reviewed by the program committee. Proceedings including all accepted papers will be published by ACM in the ACM Digital Library.

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