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Finally, we strongly believe that this year’s conference continued the tra- tions of having a high scienti?c and technical quality as well as an extensive dialogue on key issues of service availability. May 2008 Fumihiro Maruyama Andras ´ Pataricza Organization ISAS 2008 was sponsored by the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST), University of Tokyo and Service Availability Forum, in cooperation with IEICE TC on Dependable Computing and GI TC on Depe- ability and Fault Tolerance. Organizing Committee General Chair Takashi Nanya (University of Tokyo, Japan) Program Co-chairs Andras ´ Pataricza(BudapestUniversityofTechnologyandEconomics,Hungary) Fumihiro Maruyama (Fujitsu Lab. , Japan) Finance Chair H. Nakamura (University of Tokyo, Japan) Local Arrangement Chair M. Imai (University of Tokyo, Japan) Registration Chair M. Kondo (University of Tokyo, Japan) Publicity Chair M. Reitenspieß (Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Germany) Publication Chair M. Malek (Humboldt University, Germany) Web Master H. Okamura (Hiroshima University, Japan) Steering Committee M. Reitenspieß (Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Germany) S. Benlarbi (Alcatel, Canada) T. Dohi (Hiroshima University, Japan) M. Malek (Humboldt University, Germany) D. Penkler (HP, France) F. Tam (Nokia, Finland) X Organization ProgramCommittee A. Avritzer (Siemens, USA) D. Bakken (Washington S. , USA) R. Baldoni (University of Rome, Italy) G. Chockler (IBM, Israel) C. Fetzer (TU Dresden, Germany) F. Fraikin (SDM, Germany) R. Fricks (Motorola, USA) M. Funabashi (Hitachi, Japan) A. Gokhale (Vanderbilt, USA) K. Hidaka (IBM, Japan) M. Hiller (Volvo, Sweden) H. Ichikawa (UEC, Japan) K. Iwasaki (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan) Z. Kalbarczyk (UIUC, USA) T.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Java - Markov process - algorithms - availability engineering - calculus - computer science - configuration - data security - fault tolerance - high availability - interface design - internet services - middleware - modeling - security
Keynotes.- The Italian e-Government Enterprise Architecture: A Comprehensive Introduction with Focus on the SLA Issue.- Challenges and Opportunities for Computer Science in Services Science.- Tutorials.- Predictive Algorithms and Technologies for Availability Enhancement.- Achieving and Assuring High Availability.- Enterprise System Dependability.- Optimizing Security Measures in an Intrusion Tolerant Database System.- The Impact of Unavailability on the Effectiveness of Enterprise Information Security Technologies.- Interaction Faults Caused by Third-Party External Systems — A Case Study and Challenges.- Software Service Availability.- User-Perceived Software Service Availability Modeling with Reliability Growth.- Execution Path Profiling for OS Device Drivers: Viability and Methodology.- Analysis of a Software System with Rejuvenation, Restoration and Checkpointing.- Service Availability Platform.- A Platform for Cooperative Server Backups Based on Virtual Machines.- Platform Management with SA Forum and Its Role to Achieve High Availability.- Automatic Generation of AMF Compliant Configurations.- Service Dependability Analysis.- Dependability Evaluation of a Replication Service for Mobile Applications in Dynamic Ad-Hoc Networks.- Ten Fallacies of Availability and Reliability Analysis.- Analytical Availability Assessment of IT Services.