Friday, June 27
|9:15||Session 1: System Profiling, Monitoring and Power Management|
|11:15||Keynote: Mor Harchol-Balter - Scheduling for Server Farms: Approaches and Open Problems|
|14:00||Invited Talk: Ulrich Marquard - SAP Standard Application Benchmarks|
|14:30||Session 2: Benchmarks and Workload Characterization|
|16:30||Session 3: Benchmarks, Sizing and Optimization|
Saturday, June 28
|9:00||Session 4: Models for Software Performance Engineering|
|11:15||Keynote: Murray Woodside - Performance Data and Performance Models|
|14:00||Invited Paper: Workload Characterization of SPECpower_ssj2008 Benchmark|
|15:00||Session 5: Web Services and Service-Oriented Architectures|
|16:30||Final Discussions and Concluding Remarks|
Friday, 9:15 - 10:45
Session Chair: Jeremy Bradley (Imperial College London)
- Trace-Context Sensitive Performance Profiling for Enterprise Software Applications (Slides)
Matthias Rohr, André van Hoorn, Simon Giesecke, Jasminka Matevska, Wilhelm Hasselbring, and Sergej Alekseev.
University of Oldenburg (Germany), OFFIS Institute for Information Technology Oldenburg (Germany), and Nokia Siemens Networks GmbH & Co KG, Berlin (Germany)
- Performance Monitoring and Analysis of Large Employee Appraisal System (Slides)
Manoj Nambiar and Hemanta Kumar Kalita.
TATA Consultancy Services (India)
- Dynamic Server Allocation for Power and Performance (Slides)
Joris Slegers, Nigel Thomas, and Isi Mitrani.
Newcaste University (United Kingdom)
Friday, 14:30 - 16:00
Session Chair: Rema Hariharan (Advanced Micro Devices)
- Scalasca parallel performance analyses of SPEC MPI2007 applications (Slides)
Zoltán Szebenyi, Brian Wylie, and Felix Wolf.
RWTH Aachen University (Germany), and Juelich Supercomputing Centre (Germany)
- Generating Probabilistic and Intensity-varying Workload for Web-based Software Systems (Slides)
André van Hoorn, Matthias Rohr, and Wilhelm Hasselbring.
University of Oldenburg (Germany)
- Tuning Topology Generators Using Spectral Distributions (Slides)
Hamed Haddadi, Damien Fay, Steve Uhlig, Andrew Moore, Richard Mortier, Almerima Jamakovic, and Miguel Rio.
University College London (United Kingdom), University of Cambridge (United Kingdom), Delft University of Technology (Netherlands), and Vipadia Ltd (United Kingdom)
Friday, 16:30 - 17:45
Session Chair: Alan Adamson (IBM Toronto Lab)
- A comparison of SPEC CPU2000 and SPEC CPU2006 with 499 other workloads using hardware counters (Slides)
Sun Microsystems (United States)
- Performance, Benchmarking and Sizing in Developing Highly Scalable Enterprise Software (Slides)
SAP AG (Germany)
- Speeding up STL set/map usage in C++ applications (Slides)
Dibyendu Das, Madhavi Valluri, Michael Wong and Chris Cambly.
IBM (India, United States, and Canada)
Saturday, 9:00 - 11:00
Session Chair: Samuel Kounev (TU Darmstadt)
- Extracting Response-times from Fluid analysis of Performance Models
Jeremy Bradley, Richard Hayden, William Knottenbelt, and Tamas Suto.
Imperial College London (United Kingdom)
- Approximate solution of a PEPA model of a key distribution centre (Slides)
Yishi Zhao, and Nigel Thomas.
Newcastle University (United Kingdom)
- A Model Transformation from the Palladio Component Model to Layered Queueing Networks (Slides)
Heiko Koziolek, and Ralf Reussner.
University of Oldenburg (Germany), and University of Karlsruhe (TU) (Germany)
- Model-Driven Generation of Performance Prototypes (Slides)
Steffen Becker, Tobias Dencker, and Jens Happe.
Forschungszentrum Informatik (FZI) (Germany), University of Oldenburg (Germany), and University of Karlsruhe (TU) (Germany)
Saturday, 15:00 - 16:30
Session Chair: Ralf Reussner (University of Karlsruhe)
- Phase-type Approximations for Message Transmission Times in Web Services Reliable Messaging (Slides)
Philipp Reinecke and Katinka Wolter.
HU Berlin (Germany)
- A Framework for Simulation Models of Service-Oriented Architectures (Slides)
Falko Bause, Peter Buchholz, Jan Kriege and Sebastian Vastag.
TU Dortmund (Germany)
Model-driven Performability Analysis of Composite Web Services (Slides)
Paolo Bocciarelli and Andrea D'Ambrogio.
University of Roma TorVergata (Italy)