Workshop on Isolation and Integration for Dependable Systems (IIDS)
Co-located with EuroSys'2010
Paris, France, April 13, 2010
Workshop program published!
What is IIDS?
At former Eurosys conferences, there were two successful workshop series, IIES (Isolation and Integration in Embedded Systems) and VTDS (Virtualization Technology for Dependable Systems).
Due to space constraints and an abundance of virtualization-related workshops at Eurosys 2010, the IIES and VTDS organizers decided to join forces and to create a common, full-day workshop: IIDS 2010: Isolation and Integration for Dependable Systems.
Virtualization technology has proven to be an important foundation for isolation and integration of systems. These are of special importance in dependable as well as embedded systems. The IIDS workshop combines the successful VTDS and IIES workshops held in conjunction with previous EuroSys conferences. The workshop will consist of two tracks with focus on dependable and embedded systems, respectively. By combining the two workshops, we intend to attract a larger audience with background in these specific areas of virtualization.
Track 1: Virtualization Technology for Dependable Systems
This track is intended to be a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences on the use of virtualization technologies (VT) for constructing dependable systems. It will be specially interested in highly available, resilient, and intrusion-tolerant systems. Important questions are: How to build such systems using virtualization? Can virtualization help to increase dependability? What are the risks of using virtualization? How to analyze and verify VT-based dependable systems?
Track 2: Isolation and Integration in Embedded Systems
Embedded systems developers today are confronted with a large variety of challenges in the design and implementation of a system. Issues such as co-location of different applications on a single hard- or software platform ("co-habitation"), platform integration of different embedded operating environments as well as safety and protection of embedded software systems require novel approaches to embedded systems development as well as the adaptation of technologies from mainframe and desktop computing, like virtualization and emulation. This, in turn, will change traditional embedded design processes to include hardware and software of growing complexity.
See you at IIDS 2010 in Paris!
Please have a look at our Call for Papers! We would be happy if you decided to contribute to IIDS 2010.
Your IIDS 2010 organizers: Michael Engel, Rüdiger Kapitza, Jörg Nolte, Hans P. Reiser, and Olaf Spinczyk