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The 1st International Workshop on Autonomic Management of Grid and Cloud Computing (AMGCC’13)


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Co-located with the ACM Cloud and Autonomic Computing Conference (CAC 2013)

Miami, Florida, USA -- August 5, 2013

InterContinental Hotel -- 09:30AM - 05:00PM

News & Events

  • Paper submission deadline extension to May 14th, 2013
  • Invited Talks
    • Dr. Kate Keahey (Argonne National Laboratory/University of Chicago), Clouds and Observatories: How Infrastructure Clouds Can Change the Way We Do Science
    • Dr. Alan Sill (Texas Tech University), Crossing Organizational Boundaries In Development of Cloud and Grid Management Standards and APIs
  • Notification of Acceptance has been postponed to May 31 due to tight review schedule (Our apologies for any inconvenience).
  • Notification of acceptance has been made and the due date for camera-ready paper is June 7.
  • Workshop Program is updated (August 1). Now we have a keynote talk by Dr. Kate Keahey, an invited talk by Dr. Alan Sill and oral presentations of 7 full papers.


Cloud computing provides cost-effective, fast, and unlimited virtualized resources in large-scale data centers through outsourcing. While providing public cloud services (infrastructure, platform, applications, etc.) over the Internet is the most popular type of cloud computing, many organizations and companies are also building private Cloud services within their own firewall to improve security and reduce the internal IT operation/management cost. On the other hand, Grid computing, as another type of utility computing that is able to provide a large number of computing resources across multiple organizations, can be utilized and seamlessly bridged on demand with Cloud resources as the scientists’ need arises. With such various types of compute/storage resources, scientific applications are able to harness appropriate resources on demand in order to improve the performance and reduce the cost at the same time.

To date, however, little research efforts have been conducted on managing hybrid (virtualized) computing resources especially in such a large unprecedented scale, both in industry and academia. To efficiently manage such a large scale federated hybrid computing infrastructures, it is inevitable to have the resources “autonomously” manage themselves and cooperate with each other. With this goal, this workshop focuses on the theory and practice of the autonomic resource management of hybrid utility computing infrastructures including public & private cloud and grid resources. We solicit original research works that discuss the challenges in the design, implementation, and evaluation of novel autonomous hybrid cloud resource management systems, and the theory and practice of cloud and grid resource management.

Topics of interest

  • Autonomic Workflow and Resource Management in Cloud and Grid
  • Autonomous and Adaptive Management of Virtualized Resources
  • Security, Privacy, and Compliance Management for Hybrid Utility Computing
  • Performance Monitoring and Usage Metering in Hybrid Infrastructures
  • Autonomic Resource Discovery and Scheduling in Cloud and Grid
  • Service-based Autonomic Management in Cloud and Grid
  • Hybrid Cloud Resource Provisioning Orchestration
  • Adaptive Resource Provisioning and Adjustment in Grid and Cloud
  • Autonomics in High Performance Cloud Computing (HPC-Cloud)
  • Cloud/Grid Workload Profiling and Autonomic Deployment Control
  • Fault tolerance and Reliability in Hybrid Utility Computing
  • Federation, Bridging, and Bursting of Grid and Cloud Resources

Important Dates

  • Paper submission: May 14, 2013 (Extended)
  • Notification of acceptance: May 25, 2013 May 31
  • Camera-ready paper: May 31, 2013 June 7
  • Workshop: August 5, 2013

Paper Submission

An accepted paper must be registered and presented at the conference venue and must be limited to 8 pages in standard ACM camera-ready format (double-column, 10-pt font). The final 8 page papers in PDF format must be submitted online at paper submission site before the deadline (submission to the AMGCC'13 is now closed).

Extended Paper Journal Version: Selected papers presented at the AMGCC workshop will be invited to a special issue on the Springer Cluster Computing Journal, indexed by the SCIE, JCR, and SCOPUS rank (

We follow the same Plagiarism Policy and Acceptance Policy as the main conference CAC 2013.

• Authors are also encouraged to submit a poster or demo (up to 2 pages) that summarizes and highlights the main points of their paper to CAC 2013 poster session. The due date for poster/demo: May 24, 2013. For more information, please visit CAC 2013 web page.


Workshop Chairs

  • Soonwook Hwang, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), Korea
  • Young Choon Lee, The University of Sydney, Australia
  • Yoonhee Kim, Sookmyung Women’s University, Korea

Program Committee

  • Jaeyoung Choi, Soongsil University, Korea
  • Ewa Deelman, Information Sciences Institute/University of Southern California, USA
  • Ricardo Graciani Diaz, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
  • Hyunsang Eom, Seoul National University, Korea
  • Eric Heien, Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics/University of California, Davis, USA
  • Tomo Hiroyasu, Doshisha University, Japan
  • Jik-Soo Kim, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea
  • Che-Rung Roger Lee, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
  • Myungho Lee, Myongji University, Korea
  • Charles Loomis, The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), France
  • Robert Lovas, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
  • Raffaele Montella, University of Naples Parthenope, Italy
  • Taiga Nakamura, IBM Tokyo Research Laboratory, Japan
  • Beomseok Nam, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
  • Gregory Newby, Arctic Region Supercomputing Center (ARSC), USA
  • Sangmi Lee Pallickara, Colorado State University, USA
  • Sungyong Park, Sogang University, Korea
  • Morris Riedel, Juelich Supercomputing Center, Germany
  • Oliver Sinnen, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
  • Yoshio Tanaka, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
  • Ananta Tiwari, San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC), USA
  • Jose Luis Vazquez-Poletti, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
  • Heonyoung Yeom, Seoul National University, Korea


Beomseok Nam, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, bsnam AT

Yoonhee Kim, Sookmyung Women’s University, yulan AT


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