The “Cloud” is a natural evolution of distributed computing and of the widespread adaption of virtualization and SOA. In Cloud Computing, IT-related capabilities and resources are provided as services, via the Internet and on-demand, accessible without requiring detailed knowledge of the underlying technology. The IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Cloud Computing Technology and Science, steered by the Cloud Computing Association, aim to bring together researchers who work on cloud computing and related technologies. Manuscripts need to be prepared according to the IEEE CS format, for regular papers, the page limit will be 8 pages. Distinguished papers will be invited to be included within a number of special issues in prestigious international journals.

The conference proceedings of CloudCom’15 are published by IEEE CS Press (IEEE Xplore) and indexed by EI and ISSN.

Topics of interest of CloudCom 2015 include, but are not limited to:

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- Intercloud architecture models

- Cloud federation & hybrid cloud infrastructure

- Cloud services delivery models, campus integration & “last mile” issues

- Networking technologies

- Programming models & systems/tools

- Cloud system design with FPGAs, GPUs, APUs

- Storage & file systems

- Scalability & performance

- Resource provisioning, monitoring, management & maintenance

- Operational, economic & business models

- Green data centers

- Dynamic resource provisioning


- Computational resources, storage & network virtualization

- Resource monitoring

- Virtual desktops

- Resilience, fault tolerance, disaster recovery

- Modeling & performance evaluation

- Disaster recovery

- Energy efficiency

Services & Applications

- Cloud services models & frameworks

- Cloud services reference models & standardization

- Cloud-powered services design

- Business processes, compliance & certification

- Data management applications & services

- Application workflows & scheduling

- Application benchmarks & use cases

- Cloud-based services & protocols

- Fault-tolerance & availability of cloud services and applications

- Application development and debugging tools

- Business models & economics of cloud services

IoT & Mobile in the Cloud

- IoT cloud architectures & models

- Cloud-based dynamic composition of IoT

- Cloud-based context-aware IoT

- Mobile cloud architectures & models

- Green mobile cloud computing

- Resource management in mobile cloud environments

- Cloud support for mobility-aware networking protocols

- Multimedia applications in mobile cloud environments

- Cloud-based mobile networks and applications

Big Data

- Machine learning

- Data mining

- Approximate & scalable statistical methods

- Graph algorithms

- Querying & search

- Data lifecycle management

- Frameworks, tools & their composition

- Dataflow management & scheduling

HPC in the Cloud

- Load balancing

- Middleware solutions

- Scalable scheduling

- HPC as a Service

- Programming models

- Use cases & experience reports

- Cloud deployment systems

Security & Privacy

- Accountability & audit

- Authentication & authorization

- Cloud integrity

- Cryptography for & in the cloud

- Hypervisor security

- Identity management & security as a service

- Prevention of data loss or leakage

- Secure, interoperable identity management

- Trust & credential management

- Trusted computing 

- Usable security


Work on emerging topics such as software-defined systems, renewable energy use in data centers, and market mechanisms for cloud services may be submitted to the General Track .