Co-located with the IEEE BigData Conference, 3rd Workshop on Scalable Cloud Data Management, Santa Clara, 29 October 2015

Publish Date: Aug 18, 2015

Deadline: Aug 30, 2015

3rd Workshop on Scalable Cloud Data Management

Introduction to workshop

The Third Workshop on Scalable Cloud Data Management (SCDM 2015) is co-located with the IEEE BigData Conference 2015 and tackles the manifold new topics in the area of cloud data management. The workshop is focused on new research challenges for scalable databases and data processing in the context of cloud computing. SCDM 2014 was successfully held in conjunction with the IEEE BigData 2014 in Washington DC.

The workshop is focused on new research challenges for scalable databases and data processing in the context of cloud computing.

We solicit research on novel database designs and their distribution and storage mechanisms (NoSQL, NewSQL, Database-as-a-Service) as well as scalable data and data-processing services. The application side of cloud databases is equally important, as it might impose new programming models, APIs, and web-enabled interfaces. The workshop will bring together cloud computing, data architectures, and data-related services from the perspective of scalability and hopes for your contribution to this exciting new field.

Research topics included in the workshop

The topics of this workshop include, but are not limited to:

  • Database as a Service, Multi-tenancy
  • Elasticity and Scalability for Cloud Data Management Systems
  • New Protocols, Service Interfaces and Data Models for Cloud Databases
  • Polyglot Persistence, NoSQL, Schemaless Data Modeling, Integration
  • Data-Centric Web-Services, RESTful Data Services
  • Database Architectures for Mobile and Web Clients
  • Content Delivery Networks, Caching, Load-Balancing, Web-scale workloads
  • Virtualization for Cloud databases, Storage Structures, and Indexing
  • Frameworks and Systems for Parallel and Distributed Computing
  • Scalable Machine Learning, Analytics, and Data Science
  • Resource and Workload Management in Cloud Databases
  • Tunable and Eventual Consistency, Latency
  • High Availability, Reliability, Failover
  • Transactional Models for Cloud Databases
  • Query Languages and Processing, Programming Models
  • Consistency, Replication, and Partitioning
  • CAP, Data Structures and Algorithms for Eventually Consistent Stores

Important Dates

Aug 30, 2015: Due date for full paper submission
Sept 20, 2015: Notification of paper acceptance to authors
Oct 5, 2015: Camera-ready of accepted papers
October 29, 2015: Workshop


All papers accepted will be included in the Workshop Proceedings published by the IEEE Computer Society Press.

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Eligible Countries


Host Countries

United States

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