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Formal Presentations

  1. CASCON Expo, Toronto, November 2016: A DevOps Architecture for Continuous Delivery of Containerized Cloud Applications (Best Expo Award)
  2. CASCON Workshop on Continuous Software Engineering, Toronto, November 2016: From DevOps to NoOps and the integration with BizOps
  3. 8th CASCON Workshop on Cloud Computing, Toronto, November 2016: A DevOps Architecture for Continuous Delivery of Containerized Cloud Applications
  4. CASCON ’16, Toronto, November 2016: Enabling DevOps for Containerized Data-Intensive Applications: An Exploratory Study
  5. IEEE CLOUD ’16, San Francisco, CA, June 2016: An Economic Model for Scaling Cloud Applications
  6. CSER Spring Meeting ’16, Edmonton, June 2016: Economics-aware cloud scaling: An evolutionary research process
  7. ICA CON ’16, Edmonton, June 2016: Locality-Enhanced Geographic Information System
  8. SEAMS ’16, Austin, TX, May 2016: Economics-driven resource scalability on the cloud
  9. BIGDSE ’16, Austin, TX, May 2016: A big data framework for cloud monitoring
  10. Engineering Cyber Physical Systems CASCON '15, Toronto, November 2015: Connected Vehicles and Smart Transportation- Distributing Data and Computation
  11. 7th CASCON Workshop on Cloud Computing, Toronto, November 2015: Cloud Engineering Economics: The autoscaling problem
  12. CASCON '15 Emerging Technologies Track, Toronto, November 2015: To Default or not to Default: Exposing Limitations to HBase Cluster Deployers
  13. CASCON '15 Technical Showcase, Toronto, November 2015: Evaluating Cluster Configurations for Big Data Processing: An Exploratory Study (XaaS) (poster)
  14. CASCON '15 Technical Showcase, Toronto, November 2015: Evaluating Cluster Configurations for Big Data Processing: An Exploratory Study (XaaS) (poster)
  15. CASCON '15 Technical Showcase, Toronto, November 2015: Engineering Economics of Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS) (poster)
  16. CSER Fall Meeting '15, Toronto, November 2015: Software Engineering Economics: The Cloud Case Study
  17. SAVI AGM, Toronto, July 2015: Engineering Economics of Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS) (poster)
  18. SAVI AGM, Toronto, July 2015: Evaluating Cluster Configurations for Big Data Processing: An Exploratory Study (poster)
  19. ICWS 2015, New York, June 2015: Using WADL Specifications to Develop and Maintain REST Client Applications
  20. IBM CAS University Days 2015, Toronto, April 2015: ecoHEAT: An economically conscious self-adaptation platform
  21. CASCON’14 Technical Showcase, Toronto, November 2014: WSDarwin: A Web Application for the Support of REST Service Evolution (tool demo)
  22. ICSME ’14, Doctoral Symposium, Victoria, Canada, September 2014: WSDarwin: A Framework for the Support of Web Service Evolution
  23. CSER Spring Meeting ’14, Edmonton, May 2014: Consortium on Web Service Research; Benchmarking web service research (workshop).
  24. CSER Spring Meeting ’14, Edmonton, May 2014: WSDarwin2REST: Supporting REST Client Service Evolution.
  25. CASCON ’13 Technical Showcase, Toronto, November 2013: WSDarwin: Supporting Service Evolution on the Client Side (tool demo)
  26. CSER Meeting ’13, Toronto, November 2013: The “Iceberg” of Web Service Evolution
  27. WSE’13, Eindhoven, Netherlands, October 2013: Mapping the Responses of RESTful Services Based on their Values
  28. ICSM’13, Eindhoven, Netherlands, October 2013: Interactive Exploration of the Collaborative Software-Development Data (tool demo)
  29. ICSM ERA’13, Eindhoven, Netherlands, October 2013: WSDarwin: A Decision-Support Tool for Web-Service Evolution
  30. PCI’13, Thessaloniki, Greece, September 2013: WSMeta: a meta-model for web services to compare service interfaces
  31. CASCON '12, Toronto, November 2012: WSDarwin: automatic web service client adaptation
  32. CSER Meeting '12, Toronto, November 2012: WSDARWIN: Web-Service Evolution as a Business Strategic Decision
  33. CASCON '11, Workshop on Automatic Service Composition, Toronto, November 2011: Towards Automated Client Adaptation
  34. CSER Meeting '11, Toronto, November 2011: An Empirical Study on Web Service Evolution
  35. ICWS ’11, Washington, July 2011: An Empirical Study on Web Service Evolution
  36. ICWS ’11, Washington, July 2011: Smit, M., Stroulia E., "Automated State-Space Exploration for Configuration Management of Service-Oriented Applications," In Proceedings of the 9th IEEE International Conference on Web Services (Washington DC, USA, July 4-9, 2011). ICWS ’11. pp. 468-475
  37. ICSE ’11, Hawaii, May 2011: JDeodorant: Identification and Application of Extract Class Refactorings
  38. Collaborative Teaching of Globally Distributed Software Development (CTGDSD) ICSE ’11 Workshop, Hawaii, May 2011: Stroulia E., Bauer K., Craig M., Reid K., and Wilson G., “Teaching Distributed Software Engineering with UCOSP: The Undergraduate Capstone Open-Source Project”
  39. “Issues and Challenges leveraging REST architectural style in Enterprise Service Systems”, CASCON 2010 Workshop, Toronto, November 2010: Pattern-Based composition of Service Systems.
  40. CSER Meeting 2010, Toronto, October 2010: WikiDev 2.0
  41. “Service Interaction Patterns” CASCON 2009 Workshop, Toronto, November 2009: Identification of Service Interaction Patterns.
  42. CASCON '09, Toronto, November 2009: WikiDev 2.0: Discovering Clusters of Related Team Artifacts
  43. ICSM '09, Edmonton, September 2009: Decomposing Object-Oriented Class Modules Using an Agglomerative Clustering Technique
  44. ICSM '07, Paris, October 2007: JDeodorant tool demonstration

 

 
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