Bordeaux, place de la bourse


  • RT-Seed: Real-Time Middleware for Semi-Fixed-Priority Scheduling in Real-Time Trading Systems. Hiroyuki Chishiro (Keio University)
  • Why so aggressive? On the support for Background Transfers in WebRTC. Riccardo Reale (KTH), Anton Blomberg (Stockholm University) and Roberto Roverso (Peerialism AB)
  • Augmented Inverted Indexes to Track Causality in Eventually Consistent Data Stores. Christopher Meiklejohn (Basho Technologies)
  • Scaling KNN Computation over Large Graphs on a PC. Nitin Chiluka (Inria), Anne Marie Kermarrec (Inria) and Javier Olivares (Inria)
  • Building global and scalable systems with Atomic Multicast. Samuel Benz (University of Lugano), Parisa Jalili Marandi (University of Lugano), Fernando Pedone (University of Lugano) and Benoît Garbinato (University of Lausanne)
  • From views to tags distribution in YouTube. Stéphane Delbruel (Université de Rennes 1) and François Taïani (Université de Rennes 1)
  • ABC: Dynamic Configuration Management for MicroBrick-based Cloud Computing Systems. Junghi Min (Samsung), Hyungwoo Ryu (Samsung), Kwanghyun La (Samsung) and Jihong Kim (Seoul National University)
  • Benchmark based Performance Characterization and Scalable Design of Sensing-as-a-Service Platform. Tridib Mukherjee (Xerox), Amit Kumar (Xerox), Deepthi Chander (Xerox), Koustuv Dasgupta (Xerox), Amandeep Chugh (Xerox) and Anirban Mondal (Xerox)
  • R-Memcached: A Consistent Cache Replication Scheme with Memcached. Yanran Lu (Beihang University), Hailong Sun (Beihang University), Xu Wang (Beihang University) and Xudong Liu (Beihang University)
  • Scality’s Experience with a Geo-Distributed File System. Marc Segura (Scality), Vianney Rancurel (Scality), Vinh Thanh Tao (Scality / LIP6) and Marc Shapiro (LIP6 / Inria)
  • CitR: A Scalable System for Quick Spatial Retrieval of Resident Involvement Information for Smarter Cities. Anirban Mondal (Xerox), Atul Singh (Xerox) and Nimmi Rangaswamy (Xerox)
  • A compiler providing incremental scalability for web applications. Etienne Brodu (IXXI), Stephane Frenot (IXXI), Fabien Cellier (Worldline) and Frédéric Oblé (Worldline)
  • Home-Boxes: Context-aware distributed middleware assisting content delivery solutions. Joachim Bruneau-Queyreix (VIOTECH Communications), Daniel Negru (LaBRI), Jordi Mongay Batalla (NIT) and Eugen Borcoci (University POLITEHNICA of Bucarest)
  • RadioMap: Fine-grained Cellular Coverage Mapping in Indoor Environments. Abhishek Kumar (IIIT-Delhi), Mridula Singh (Xerox), Kuldeep Yadav (Xerox) and Nischal Piratla (Xerox)
  • BitWatts: A Process-level Power Monitoring Middleware. Maxime Colmant (ADEME / University of Lille 1 / Inria), Mascha Kurpicz (University of Neuchâtel), Pascal Felber (University of Neuchâtel), Loïc Huertas (University of Lille 1 / Inria), Romain Rouvoy (University of Lille 1 / Inria) and Anita Sobe (University of Neuchâtel)


  • Distributed Complex Event Processing for Mobile Large-Scale Video Applications. Beate Ottenwrälder (University of Stuttgart), Ruben Mayer (University of Stuttgart) and Boris Koldehofe (University of Stuttgart)

  • WebGC: Browser-Based GossipingReal Time Communication, Peer-to-Peer, Gossip based algorithms. Raziel Carvajal-Gomez (Inria), Davide Frey (Inria), Anne-Marie Kermarrec (Inria) and Mathieu Simonin (Inria)
  • PSoCCN: Publish/Subscribe Support in Content-Centric Networking. Nischay Bodapati (University of Toronto), Kaiwen Zhang (University of Toronto) and Hans-Arno Jacobsen (University of Toronto)
  • PSBench: A Benchmark for Content- and Topic-based Publish/ Subscribe Systems. Kaiwen Zhang (University of Toronto), Tilmann Rabl (University of Toronto), Yi Ping Sun (University of Toronto), Rushab Kumar (University of Toronto), Nayeem Zen (University of Toronto) and Hans-Arno Jacobsen (University of Toronto)
  • A Publish/Subscribe Network Engine Testbed for Multiplayer Games. César Cañas (McGill University), Kaiwen Zhang (University of Toronto), Bettina Kemme (McGill University), Jörg Kienzle (McGill University) and Hans-Arno Jacobsen (University of Toronto)
  • A Demonstration of KOSAR: An Elastic, Scalable, Highly Available SQL Middleware. Shahram Ghandeharizadeh (University of Southern California), Connor Gorman (University of Southern California), Sandy Irani (University of Southern California), Shiva Jahangiri (University of Southern California), Jenny Lam (University of Southern California), Hieu Nguyen (University of Southern California), Ryan Tani (University of Southern California) and Jason Yap (University of Southern California)
  • Towards a Practical Deployment of Privacy-preserving Crowd-sensing Tasks. Nicolas Haderer (University of Lille 1 / Inria), Vincent Primault (Université de Lyon), Patrice Raveneau (Université de Lyon), Christophe Ribeiro (University of Lille 1 / Inria), Romain Rouvoy (University of Lille 1 / Inria) and Sonia Ben Mokhtar (Université de Lyon / CNRS)