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System Aspects of Cloud Computing

System Aspects of Cloud Computing
Type: Seminar Links:
Chair: System Architecture Group
Semester: WT 2012/2013
Time:

According to Agreement

Start: 25.10.2012; 13:00, R. 148, B. 50.34
Lecturer:

Dr. Jan Stoess

SWS: 2
ECTS: 3
Lv-No.: 24345

Contents

This seminar covers various aspects of cloud computing, which stands for the paradigm shift in computing, where clients use computing but do not (need to) control or manage the underlying technology anymore. We will focus on systems related topics such as provisioning of computational resources, consolidation of physical and virtual resources, distributed resource management and storage systems, and impact on software development.

Participants will research a particular topic, and then prepare an interesting presentation for the seminar that summarizes the research. The presentations are in English or German, and should last around 30 to 35 minutes, with a question/discussion period of 10 to 5 minutes.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of general system architecture concepts is helpful but not essential. Technical and system aspects will be prevailing in the seminar, but, as described above, the seminar is also open to debate economic or social effects. Expected are primarily interest in and commitment to the seminar, and willingness to research academic literature and other materials about Cloud Computing.

Informations about the course

For further information about this course, see the VAB des Studierendenportals.

The first meeting will take place on October 25, 2012, 13:00 in room 148, building 50.34.