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09:00-10:30Welcome and Keynote
Trends in Data Storage and Implications for Data Management
Roger Barga (Microsoft Research, USA)
Never in the history of information technology, has data storage technology gone through the kind and extent of change as it is going through today. It appears that every aspect of storage, including how data is archived, how it is protected, how files are managed, where they are stored, and how remote users are integrated seamlessly into the data center, even how basic storage boxes are architected and managed, is undergoing sea change. Covered in this talk are the most important trends in storage technology and the implications for future data management systems.
Roger Barga, PhD is currently principal architect for the External Research division of Microsoft Research (MSR). Previously, Dr Barga held the position of architect for Technical Computing @ Microsoft from 2006 through 2007, and the position of researcher in the database group of Microsoft Research from 1997 through 2006. He is a member of the ACM and IEEE. Contact him at barga@microsoft.com.
10:30-11:00Coffee/tea
11:00-12:30 Technical session
Adaptive Replication Control based on Consensus
U. Fritzke Jr., R. Valentim, and L. Gomes
DSMDB: A Distributed Shared Memory Approach for Building Replicated Database Systems
N. Duarte Filho and F. Pedone
Versioned Transactional Shared Memory for the FenixEDU Web Application
N. Carvalho, J. Cachopo, L. Rodrigues, and A. Rito Silva
12:30-14:00 Lunch
13:30-15:00 Technical session
ExoSnap: a Modular Approach to Semantic Synchronization and Snapshots
L. Shrira and S. Dong
Challenges in Dependable Internet-Scale Stream Processing
P. Pietzuch
15:00-15:30Coffee/tea
15:30-17:00
Discussion panel (TBA)