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Best Practices in Cloud Computing: Designing for the Cloud

Lars Arne Skar, Miles
Arne Berre, Sintef
Ruth Lennon, Letterkenny Institute of Technology
Amir Zeid, American University of Kuwait
Morten Udnes, Miles
Dumitru Roman, STI, Semantic Technology Institute, University of Innsbruck
Einar Landre, StatoilHydro
Willem-Jan van den Heuvel, University of Tilburg

Cloud computing is the latest technology evolution and labelled among many as the next potential technology silver bullet. There are both great expectation and fear to what consequences these technologies might cause. We want to engage the development community in a series of workshops at OOPSLA09 to ensure that cloud computing evolves in a meaningful way for those who are likely to develop solutions on the cloud. This workshop will focus on design implications. Although there is already strong support for these technologies from companies such as IBM and Microsoft, there is a need to explore good ways of designing services for the Cloud to ensure quality and productivity. There are movements in the modeling community that require further investigation as well as surviving concepts from the SOA era that need to be captured. Capturing and discussing best practices on these subjects will contribute to a healthy movement in the right direction for those who will develop services for the Cloud.

0830Welcome and introduction to the workshop Arne, Einar, Willem
0900Expectations from the group
0930Morning Keynote, Bob Marcus
1015Morning break
1045Brainstorm topics for open space discussions, break out in teams according to topics
1100First round of open space discussions
1145Debrief first round of open space
1200Lightning talk—The role of cloud project office, Venkata Koneti
1215Lightning talk Digital divide, Aslam Khan
1230Lunch break—open space discussion over lunch
1330Debrief open space from lunch
1400Overcast: Eclipsing high profile open source cloud initiatives, Chris Matthews
1430Self-configuring VPNs: Enabling Cloud Applications to Span Across Multiple IaaS Providers, Prof. dr Renato
1500Afternoon break
1530Lightning talk—from legacy to cloud, Arne Jørgen et al
1545Lightning talk—A Best Practice Model for Cloud Middleware Systems, Ajith Ranabahu
1600Final round of open space—focus on poster preparation
1645Debrief
1700Finish workshop—proceed to CloudCamp (5:30pm start time)
Details on how to participate in this workshop can be found at: https://wiki.miles.no/display/EXT/oopsla09_cloud_computing
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