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Call for Papers: Software Engineering in Practice (ICSE 2013, SF)

> Call for Papers:  Software Engineering in Practice
> International Conference on Software Engineering, 2013 (ICSE 2013)
> Deadline for submissions: November 2nd
> This year, IEEE Software will once again partner with the International
> Conference on Software Engineering to offer an award for the best industry
> paper. Please consider submitting a paper to the Software Engineering in
> Practice (SEIP) track.  The submission deadline is November 2nd.
> ICSE 2013 will be held in San Francisco in close proximity to Silicon
> Valley.  This creates an unprecedented opportunity for collaboration between
> industry and academia. The Software Engineering in Practice (SEIP) track
> provides a dedicated forum for practitioners to share ideas, advice, and
> solutions to real software development problems. To that end, SEIP seeks
> papers that highlight industrial challenges, breakthroughs, and case
> studies. SEIP especially seeks papers with high take-away value to help
> practitioners improve their own software engineering processes, techniques,
> and results.
> Each paper should provide clear take-away value by describing the context of
> a software engineering problem of practical importance; discussing why the
> solution of the problem is innovative, effective, or efficient; providing a
> concise explanation of the approach, techniques, and methodologies employed;
> and explaining the best practices that emerged, tools developed, and/or
> software processes involved. Furthermore, papers should describe broader
> applicability; overall assessment of benefits, risks and mitigations, and
> other lessons learned.
> Papers must be from 6-10 pages in length and follow the IEEE formatting
> guidelines described at
> https://portal.mxlogic.com/redir/?1jKYCVtxcQsI6QXL8LccfKcCM0qtQmuBqDBXlwXYvxrWs01dTV5xdVYsyMCqejtPoyjrS145mFO7HqSvTEdCQT77PhOyrhpod7bPObX29J5AS2NF8Qg1EAc3hEw61Ed2NKvxYYmfSk3q9J4SDtV5VxxZ5wSeZfTNYiDXna

> All papers will be peer-reviewed by members of the program committee.
> Accepted papers will appear in the ICSE 2013 proceedings and the ACM and
> IEEE digital libraries, and authors will give presentations at ICSE.

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4th IEEE International Conference on Cloud
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3-6 December 2012, Taipei, Taiwan



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Join Us on May 10th for 24 Hours in a Private Cloud

THURSDAY 10 MAY 2012 -- 24 Hours in a Private Cloud

Use the registration site link for all digital assets.  Cloud expertise over 24 hours.

Registration Linkhttp://bit.ly/24hipc  

Event Start:  10 May 2012  8:00am GMT        Event End:  11 May 2012  8:00am GMT

Every organization has the power to employ cloud technologies in their own way, at their own pace and with their own terms.  The use of private cloud technologies help transform how organizations manage infrastructure resources, provision applications and automate services for their business. It also helps them leverage and manage public cloud services that expand their current infrastructure and application capabilities. As an end result, organizations increase IT operational agility, improved business focus and achieve value-add economics that evolves their IT infrastructure into a strategic asset.

Over 24 hours, you will hear from top industry and technical professionals from around the world to help you better understand the private cloud technology solutions that are available today. You will hear from industry organizations about how they view the public cloud and how the role of the IT Professional will evolve as more and more organizations begin a private cloud transformation. Listen to the number of technical professionals who will be on hand talking about the required components to simplify private cloud creation and management. Talk with them and your peers about the numerous operational efficiencies that come from deploying a private cloud with the reduction of servers and the benefits of provisioning and managing virtual applications across multiple platforms.

Keynote Speakers 

  • Jim Reavis, Founding Director, Cloud Security Alliance

  • Kevin Smith, Marketing Director, Private Cloud, Dell

  • Dejan Milojicic, IEEE Fellow, IEEE Computer Society

Technical Areas of Focus

  • Private Cloud Infrastructure

  • Infrastructure Components

  • Application Management

  • Service Delivery and Automation

We hope that you will come away from this event with the knowledge and experience to help you in your private cloud infrastructure decisions and be prepared to have thought-leadership based discussions focused on building and managing your organization’s agile and efficient private cloud environment.

See you online.  Registration Linkhttp://bit.ly/24hipc    Thank you.



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