The EuroSys 2009 conference, sponsored by the European chapter of ACM’s Special Interest Group on Operating Systems, will focus on computer system research that drives the design and development of new technologies during the next 10 years and beyond, including cloud computing designs and more reliable operating system kernels. The research papers at the conference, which takes place March 31-April 3 in Nuremberg, Germany, will feature topics such as cloud computing, system security, operating systems, storage systems, the Web, helping programmers, power and provisioning, and positive and negative experiences in system building. The conference also will feature co-located workshops and tutorials, including workshops on dependable distributed data management, social network systems, isolation and integration in embedded systems, virtualization technology for dependable systems, system-level virtualization of high-performance computing, and system security. The conference’s tutorials include the Host Identify Protocol and its applications, dependability benchmarking of computer systems, and predictive methods for managing dependability and performance of systems.
For more information please visit: http://www.cpccci.com