33rd Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems Toggle

Vitória, ES, May 18 – 22, 2015

5th Workshop on Autonomic Distributed Systems  (WoSiDA2015)

May 18, 2015 (Monday), 8:30am to 18:00pm

Co-located with SBRC 2015 – Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems

Program

SLOT 1 – Technical Session 1
8:30 – 10:00

08:30-09:00 – Uma Heurística Híbrida para o Roteamento por Múltiplos Caminhos em RSSFs
Matheus A. de Paulo (UNIFESP), Maria C. V. Nascimento (UNIFESP), Valerio Rosset (UNIFESP)

09:00-09:30 – Uma Proposta Arquitetural de Sistema Autonômico para Redução do Custo de Energia em Laboratórios de Informática
Davi Cabral de Oliveira (UFC), Leonardo O. Moreira (UFC), Emanuel F. Coutinho (UFC), Gabriel A. L. Paillard (UFC)

09:30-10:00 – Adicionando CBR na Gerência Autonômica de Redes
Romildo Martins da Silva Bezerra (IFBA), Joberto Sergio Barbosa Martins (UNIFACS)


 

SLOT 2 – Keynote
10:30 – 12:00 – Invited Web Talk: “Towards data-driven autonomics in exascale data centers” – Ozalp Babaoglu

Continued reliance on human operators for managing data centers is a major impediment for them from ever reaching extreme dimensions. In this talk, I will first review our previous work on grassroots autonomics and self-* systems and then outline some new ideas towards data-driven autonomics that can enable the exascale data centers of the future. In my vision, large computer systems in general, and data centers in particular, will ultimately be managed using predictive computational and executable models obtained through data-science tools, and at that point, the intervention of humans will be limited to setting high-level goals and policies rather than performing “nuts-and-bolts” operations. I believe that we are at a technological inflection point with the confluence of ideas from distributed systems, data science, statistical machine learning, computational modeling, network science and complexity science such that an interdisciplinary effort will be able to fit together all pieces of this puzzle and solve the grand challenge. The breakthrough I am aiming for is an operator-less exascale data center where management and control are based on predictive holistic models. These models will include not only the computer system as such, but also its geographical, physical and socio-political environment. This development will be a game changer in how large data centers are managed and controlled, enabling scales and efficiencies that are currently unimaginable.


 

SLOT 3 – Technical Session 2
14:00 – 15:30

14:00-14:30 – Elasticity Provisioning in Hybrid Computational Clouds Based on Autonomic Computing Concepts
Emanuel F. Coutinho (UFC), Danielo G. Gomes (UFC), José Neuman de Souza (UFC)

14:30-15:00 – Self-management of Distributed Peers via an Extended Joint Intention Protocol
Clauirton A. Siebra (UFPB e UFPE), Natasha C. Q. Lino (UFPE)

15:00-15:30 – Avaliando o Impacto da Disseminação Assíncrona de Operações na QoS de Bases de Dados Replicadas
Fabiola de Lima Moreira (UFBA), Alírio Santos Sá (UFBA), Allan Edgard Silva Freitas (IFBA)


 

SLOT 4 – Panel
16:00 – 18:00 – Panel on Autonomic Distributed Systems


 

 

Organizing Committee

Antonio Casimiro Costa, casim@ciencias.ulisboa.pt, University of Lisbon (UL / Portugal) – Co-Chair;
Allan Edgard Silva Freitas, allan@ifba.edu.br , Federal Institute of Bahia (IFBA / Brazil) – Co-Chair;

 

WoSIDA 2015 call for papers.