The workshop showcased 9 presentations from FAME students and post-docs. Topics included enabling IPTV service assurance using OpenFlow and Mininet, monitoring large scale applications in the cloud computing, human‐centric home networking monitoring through semantic visualization, and the constraints in IaaS clouds.
Attendees on the day included Scientific Advisor board member Prof. Rolf Stadler (KTH, Sweden), Prof. Sumit Roy, IEEE Fellow (university of Washington), Prof. Rahim Tafazolli (University of Surrey)
Simon Foley and William Fitzgerald (UCC), Declan O’Sullivan, Rob Brennan, Kevin Feeney, Wei Tai, Yuqian Song, Seung-Hwa Chung, Brian Walshe (TCD), Miao Wang, Christina Thorpe (UCD), Willie Donnelly (WIT, FAME Lead Principal Investigator), Mohamed Adel, Brendan Jennings, Martin Johnsson, Lei Shi, Steven Davy, Ruairi de Frein, Ray Carroll, Annie Ibrahim Rana, Brian Meskill, Jason Barron, Bernard Butler and Himanshu Dadheech (TSSG, WIT).
FAME – Federated, Autonomic Management of End-to-end communication services is a Strategic Research Cluster (SRC) within the TSSG is funded by Science Foundation of Ireland (SFI) with partners in Trinity College Dublin (TCD), University College Dublin (UCD), University College Cork (UCC), NUI Maynooth, Alcatel –Lucent, IBM and CISCO . This Research Group develops autonomic management solutions incorporating new semantic analysis techniques, that can be applied to build federated network and service management systems that understand changes in the environment and coordinate their actions to reconfigure network resources and services to effectively deliver services on an end-to-end basis. The research unit manager for FAME is Dr. Brendan Jennings .
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