CS - Cloud Software (Track)
Within recent years, cloud computing has become the scalable services delivery platform for new businesses as well as for new computing applications. The technical foundations of cloud computing in general lay in tried and true technologies, including for example service-oriented architecture, grid and web computing, and virtualization. However, this mix of technologies has proven to be a viable approach for delivering services in a fashion that is unparallel in terms of scalability.
The central goal of the cloud computing is to share resources, which can occur at various level including infrastructure (IaaS), computing platform (PaaS), as well as middleware and application software (SaaS). All these levels offer new means to utilize exiting resources more efficiently, although the practical realizations are different at different levels of abstraction.
The paper submission system and further instructions are available at the submission page (link here). IEEE Computer Society Press will publish accepted papers in the conference proceedings and the IEEE Xplore Digital library. A selection of the accepted papers will be invited to revise and re-submit extended versions of their conference papers for consideration for publication in a Journal (under negotiation).