Lecture: Cloud Computing: Past, Present, and Future
Block Lecture on Cloud Computing
- Guest Lecturer: Anthony D. Joseph (Associate Professor, University of California at Berkeley, USA)
Dr. Anthony D. Joseph is a chancellor’s associate professor at the University of California at Berkeley, USA. His group research interests are in Internet security, mobile/distributed computing, and wireless communications (networking and telephony). He received his PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1998. For more information on his past and present work please visit his homepage at http://bnrg.cs.berkeley.edu/~adj/.
- Appointments and Location:
- Start: 19.03.2010
- 19.03.2010, 10:00h-12:00h: "History of Cloud Computing: Time-sharing, virtual machines, utility computing, datacenter architectures" (video@Video AG).
- 19.03.2010, 13:30h-15:00h: "Modern Cloud Computing: economics, elasticity, failures" (video@Video AG).
- 19.03.2010, 15:30h-17:00h: "Cloud Computing Infrastructure: networking, storage,computation models" (video@Video AG).
- 22.03.2010, 10:00h-12:00h: "Cloud Computing research topics: scheduling, multiple datacenters, testbeds" (video@Video AG).
Material and Recommended Literature
- The videos are available at http://videoag.fsmpi.rwth-aachen.de/?course=09ws-clouds.
A big thanks to the Video AG, for preparing these!
- Slides of day 1
- Slides of day 2
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