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Type: Conference paper
Title: Perspectives and reflections on cloud computing and internet technologies from NordiCloud 2012
Author: Babar, M.A.
Citation: Proceedings of the Second Nordic Symposium on Cloud Computing & Internet Technologies, 2013 / Solberg, A., Babar, M.A., Dumas, M., Cuesta, C.E. (ed./s), pp.72-79
Publisher: ACM
Issue Date: 2013
ISBN: 9781450323079
Conference Name: 2nd Nordic Symposium on Cloud Computing & Internet Technologies (01 Sep 2013 - 03 Sep 2013 : Oslo, Norway)
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Muhammad Ali Babar
Abstract: The Nordic Symposium on Cloud Computing and Internet Technologies (NordiCloud) has been found with the key aim of promoting and supporting Cloud computing and Internet Technologies research and practice in Nordic and Baltic regions. It would provide a bridge between researchers and practitioners from Nordic/Baltic countries and Cloud computing communities in other parts of the World. The first symposium was organized as a collocated event with WICSA/ECSA 2012 in Helsinki, Finland. This report summarizes the key points from the symposium based on the presented talks and discussions. It highlights some of the areas that the participants considered worth pursuing in order to help organizations to not only exploit the opportunities that cloud computing offers but also to deal with the challenges when adopting cloud computing. This report points out some of the key challenges and potential solutions that are likely to interest researcher and practitioners in Nordic/Baltic regions and beyond.
Keywords: Cloud Computing; Utility Computing; Software Services; Internet of Things (IoT); SaaS; PaaS; IaaS; Software Engineering; Tools as a Service (TaaS); Empirical Software Engineering
Rights: Copyright 2013 ACM
RMID: 0030007876
DOI: 10.1145/2513534.2513547
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