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EMANICS participation in MANWEEK 2007

MANWEEK 2007 took place from October 29th to November 2nd n San Jose, CA, USA.

Read how Emanics contributed to this event

Emanics participation in Manweek 2007

The 3rd International Week on Management of Networks and Services (Manweek 2007) took place this year in San Jose (CA, USA) from 29th October to 2nd November under the general topic title “End-to-End Virtualization of Networks and Services”. The event was hosted by Cisco and counted about 200 registrants distributed among the five workshops that this year were DSOM, MMNS, IPOM, MACE and EVGM

Emanics supported the different Manweek events through the participation of some of its members in the organization:

Rolf Stadler (KTH) was DSOM co-chair

Joan Serrat (UPC) was MACE co-chair

Edgar Magaña (UPC) was the Manweek web site and registration co-chair


Also, other Emanics participants coauthored the following papers that were presented at the different workshops


At DSOM

  • Jerome François (INRIA), Radu State (INRIA) and Olivier Festor (INRIA) Botnets for Scalable Management

  • Ha Manh Tran (IUB) and Jürgen Schönwälder (IUB) Fault Representation in Case-based Reasoning

  • Remi Badonnel (HIO) and Mark Burgess (HIO) Fault Detection in Autonomic Networks using the Concept of Promised Cooperation

  • Remco van de Meent (UT), Aiko Pras (UT) et al. Smart Dimensioning of IP Network Links

  • Tiago Fioreze (UT), Mattijs Oude Wolbers (UT), Remco van de Meent (UT), Aiko Pras (UT) Offloading IP Flows onto Lambda-connections

  • Hasan Hasan (UniZH), Burkhard Stiller (UniZH) AURIC: A Scalable and Highly Reusable SLA Compliance Auditing Framework

  • Timo Baur, Leibniz Supercomputing Centre, Germany, Samah Bel Haj Saad (CETIM) Customer Service Management for Grid monitoring and Accounting Data  

  • Cristian Morariu (UniZH), Manuel Feier (UniZH), Burkhard Stiller (UniZH) LINUBIA: A Linux-supported User-based IP Accounting

  • Aimilios Chourmouziadis (UniS), George Pavlou (UniS) Efficient Web Services Event Reporting and Notifications by Task Delegation


At MACE

  • Mark Burgess (HIO), Siri Fagerness (HIO) Laws of Systemic organization and Collective Behaviour in Ensembles

  • Mark Burgess (HIO), Demissie Aredo (HIO) On the Consistency of Distributed Knowledge

  • Martin Serrano (UPC), Joan Serrat (UPC) et al. Autonomic Internet: A Perspective for Future Internet Services based on Autonomic Principles


At MMNS

  • Alberto González (KTH), Rolf Stadler (KTH) Monitoring flow Aggregates Controllable Accuracy


In addition, some of the above mentioned Emanics members that were present in San Jose participated in the one day and a half meeting of the NOMS 2008 TPC to select the papers that will configure the program of this event.

 
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