September 1-3, 2021
Motivation: Applications based cloud native applications (CNAs), are increasing their popularity in software development. CNA-based systems are rooted in the paradigm of utility computing: external providers offer compute power, storage, and network bandwidth for self-service customers. These systems allow new paradigms to develop systems, in particular due to the elasticity and resilience these systems can offer. Elastic systems try to match the used resources as closely as possible to the amount of resources needed to deliver the software-based service for a dedicated work and load situation. When architecting these systems, software architects need to take the new flexibility in the system’s deployment into account and design their system in a way that it uses its resources as optimally as possible.
CNA are applications built to fit seamlessly into the cloud landscape by using all the capabilities provided. Different ingredients can be used in building and construing CNA recipes. Examples might be Microservices, Serverless technologies, including Function as a Service, but also different containerization technologies.
Given the potential benefits of AI, an increasing number of organizations are investigating the best methods to leverage cloud and Edge for AI models training and decision inference.
CNADO aims to bring together cloud, AI and Dev Ops researches from different communities to promote discussions and collaborations. The goal is to help disseminate novel CNA computing practices and solutions as well as identify future challenges and dimensions. To this end, the CNADO track will foster a more interactive participation model, in which authors, invited speakers and attendees will be encouraged to socially engage beyond the planned workshop activities.
CNADO is looking for full research papers, short papers, industrial reports, tool demo papers, and posters.
Topics include, but are not limited, to:
Davide Taibi, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tampere University, Finland
Nabil El Ioini, email@example.com, Free University of Bolzano, Italy