The May/June issue of IEEE Cloud Computing magazine explores autonomic clouds.
The April-June Cloud-Link special issue on cloudlets is now available. The issue features three free articles.
IEEE Micro discusses designs and presentations from the 2015 Hot Chips Symposium. New developments in silicon align with the trends of migration to mobile devices and cloud, growth of social media and multimedia, emergence of IoT, and continuation of Moore’s law.
The May/June issue of IEEE Internet Computing surveys topics and challenges surrounding cloud storage.
Migrating Smart City Applications to the Cloud
This IEEE Cloud Computing magazine article looks at how the challenges of delivering applications in a smart city ecosystem have driven development of the smart city operating system (SCOS), a key element for supporting smart city application engineering.
Encyclopedia of Cloud Computing
The Encyclopedia of Cloud Computing provides IT professionals, educators, researchers, and students with a compendium of cloud computing knowledge. This is an edited excerpt from the Encyclopedia of Cloud Computing, ©Wiley 2016.
Call for papers for the 5th IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E) now available.
Calls for papers: Extended submission deadlines for ICCE 2017 and CLD (at ICNC) 2017.
The IEEE 4th International Conference on Future Internet of Things and Cloud (FiCloud), the 2nd International Conference on Open and Big Data (OBD), and the 13th International Conference on Mobile Web and Intelligent Information Systems (MobiWis) are colocated events taking place in Vienna, Austria from 22-24 August 2016.
The 22nd International European Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing (Euro-Par) takes place 24-26 August 2016 in Grenoble, France.
The IEEE Cluster Conference takes place 12-16 September in Taipei, Taiwan.
IEEE Cloud Computing Magazine
Cloud computing continues to grow in complexity due to both the increasing availability of configuration options from public cloud providers and the increasing variability and types of application instances that can be deployed on such platforms. This complexity is also evident in the enterprise-scale datacenters that dominate computing infrastructures in industry, leading to complex business applications and workflows. Autonomic computing enables self-management of systems and applications. The underlying concepts and mechanisms of autonomics can be applied to each component within a cloud (resource manager/scheduler, power manager, and so on) as well as to the cloud as a whole, or they can be applied within an application that makes use of such a cloud. Additionally, autonomics can play a critical role as applications explore dynamic federations of cloud infrastructure and services.
Guest Editors' Introduction: Special Issue on Autonomic Clouds
Here, the guest editors introduce the articles in this special issue, which explores the role of autonomic computing concepts and practices in managing cloud infrastructure and applications.
EIC's Introduction: Networking and the Cloud
The network has always had a critical role in computing, especially in the era of the Internet and, at present, in the age of cloud computing, Internet of Things, smart mobility, and big data. In this issue, columns and departments looks at various aspects of networking and the cloud, including software-defined networking, network support for cloud infrastructures, and the economics of cloud networks. Read this article from IEEE Cloud Computing magazine here.