The 13th ACM SIGPLAN/SIGOPS International Conference on Virtual Execution Environments (VEE’17) brings together researchers and practitioners from different computer systems domains to interact and share ideas in order to advance the state of the art of virtualization, systems programming and programming languages.
Registration is open via ASPLOS.
VISA information is handled by ASPLOS.
Registration of Titles & Abstracts:
Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016
Wednesday, November 30th, 2016
Wednesday, January 25th, 2017
Monday, February 6th, 2017
Camera Ready: Monday, March 10th, 2017
The full program is coming soon. Here is the list of accepted papers.
- “Dancing with Wolves: Towards Practical Event-driven VMM Monitoring”, Liang Deng, Peng Liu, Jun Xu, Ping Chen
- “Flexible Page-level Memory Access Monitoring Based on Virtualization Hardware”, Kai Lu, Wenzhe Zhang, Xiaoping Wang, Mikel LujÃ¡n
- “RERANZ: A Light-Weight Virtual Machine to Mitigate Memory Disclosure Attacks”, Zhe Wang
- “MigVisor: Accurate Prediction of VM Live Migration Behavior using a Working-Set Pattern Model”, Jinshi Zhang, Eddie Dong, Jian Li, Haibing Guan
- “One Process to Reap Them All: Garbage Collection As A Service”, Ahmed Hussein, Mathias Payer, Antony L. Hosking, Christopher A. Vick
- “Improving Virtualized Storage Services with Sky”, Leo Arulra, Andrea C. Arpaci-Dusseau, Remzi H. Arpaci-Dusseau
- “HyperMAMBO: Using Virtualization to Support High-performance Transparent Binary Translation”, Amanieu d’Antras, Cosmin Gorgovan, Jim Garside, John Goodacre, MIkel Lujan
- “Unikernels Everywhere: The Case for Ephemeral CDNs”, Simon Kuenzer, Anton Ivanov, Filipe Manco, Jose Mendes, Iurii Volchkov, Florian Schmidt, Kenichi Yasukata, Michio Honda, Felipe Huici
- “Swift Birth and Quick Death: Enabling Fast Parallel Guest Boot and Destruction in the Xen Hypervisor”, Vlad Nitu, Pierre Olivier, Alain Tchana, Daniel Chiba, Antonio Barbalace, Daniel Hagimont, Binoy Ravindran
- “Using OS Design Patterns to Provide Reliability and Security as-a-Service for VM-based Clouds”, Zachary J. Estrada, Read Sparbery, Lok Yan, Zhongzhi Yu, Roy Campbell, Zbigniew Kalbarczyk
- “Catalyst: GPU-assisted rapid memory deduplication in virtualization environments”, Anshuj Garg, Debadatta Mishra, Purushottam Kulkarni
- “Just-In-Time GPU Compilation for Interpreted Languages with Partial Evaluation”, Juan Fumero, Michel Steuwer, Lukas Stadler, Christophe Dubach
- “Content Look-Aside Buffer for Redundancy-Free Virtual Disk I/O and Caching”, Chun Yang, Xianhua Liu, Xu Cheng
- “Security analysis of encrypted virtual machines”, Felicitas Hetzelt, Robert Buhren
- “Heterogeneous Managed Runtime Systems: A Computer Vision Case Study”, Christos Kotselidis, James Clarkson, Andrey Rodchenko, Andy Nisbet, John Mawer, Mikel Lujan
- “Designing Locality and NUMA Aware MPI Runtime for Nested Virtualization based HPC Cloud with SR-IOV Enabled InfiniBand”, Jie Zhang, Xiaoyi Lu, Dhabaleswar K. Panda
- “Safe Inspection of Live Virtual Machines”, Sahil Suneja, Ricardo Koller, Canturk Isci, Eyal de Lara, Ali Hashemi, Arnamoy Bhattacharyya, Cristiana Amza
- “HA-VMSI: A Lightweight Virtual Machine Isolation Approach with Commodity Hardware for ARM”, Min Zhu, Bibo Tu, Wei Wei, Dan Meng
Please direct correspondence to the chairs using the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
General Chair: Todd Mytkowicz (Microsoft Research)
Program Co-chairs: Tim Harris (Oracle Labs) & Galen Hunt (Microsoft Research)
Ada Gavrilovska - Georgia Tech
Bertil Folliot - LIP6
Carl Waldspurger - Carl Waldspurger Consulting
Chandra Krintz - University of California, Santa Barbara
Dan Heidinga - IBM
David Chisnall - University of Cambridge
Galen Hunt - Microsoft Research
Hann Huang - MediaTek
Malgorzata (Gosia) Steinder - IBM Watson
Maoni Stephens - Microsoft
Moriyoshi Ohara - IBM
Naila Farooqui - Intel
Paolo Bonzini - Red Hat
Peter Kessler - Oracle Labs
Rong Chen - Shanghai JiaoTong University
Stefan Marr - Johannes Kepler University
Tim Harris - Oracle Labs
Tony Hosking - Australian National University
Nadav Amit - VMware Research
Research Papers: Call for PapersView track page for all details
Virtualization has a central role in modern systems. It constitutes a key aspect in a wide range of environments, from small mobile computing devices to large-scale data centers and computational clouds. Virtualization techniques encompass the underlying hardware, the operating system, and the runtime system. Although these layers have different design and implementation techniques, the fundamental challenges and insights tend to be similar.
The 13th ACM SIGPLAN/SIGOPS International Conference on Virtual Execution Environments (VEE’17) brings together researchers and practitioners from different computer systems domains to interact and share ideas in order to advance the state of the art of virtualization and broaden its applicability. VEE’17 accepts both full-length and short papers. Both types of submissions are reviewed to the same standards and differ primarily in the scope of the ideas expressed. Short papers are limited to half the space of full-length papers. The program committee will not accept a full paper on the condition that it is cut down to fit in a short paper slot, nor will it invite short papers to be extended to full length. Submissions will be considered only in the category in which they are submitted.
Short papers are relatively new to VEE. An ideal short paper would express an idea that doesn’t require 12 pages to describe or evaluate. The ideas should be well formed and complete just like those in a full-length paper. A short paper should not be a HotOS / HotStorage-style workshop paper with an interesting idea that isn’t yet fully developed. Short papers will be held to the same standard as full-length papers in terms of clarity of presentation and evaluation, however, the scope of the work as well as the breadth of the evaluation is expected to be smaller.
We invite authors to submit original papers related to virtualization across all layers of the software stack down to the microarchitectural level. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- architecture support for virtualization;
- compiler and programming language support for virtualization;
- managed runtimes and virtual machines;
- management technologies for virtual environments;
- memory management;
- operating system support for virtualization;
- performance analysis and debugging for virtual environments;
- runtime system support for virtualization;
- security and virtual environments
- virtual I/O, storage, and networking;
- virtualization in cloud computing
- virtualization support for programs and programmers;
- virtualization technologies applied to specific problem domains such as HPC, realtime, and power management.
Please submit your paper through this link after reading the following submission instructions.
Submissions must attack an interesting problem and clearly articulate their contribution relative to previous work. Submissions must be in ACM SIGPLAN proceedings format, 10-point type on 11-point leading, 7x9 inch text block, and two columns with .33 inch column separation, and submissions may not exceed 12 pages for full papers and 6 pages for short papers, excluding references. Word and LaTeX templates for this format are available at www.sigplan.org/authorInformation.htm (but please note that 10-point is not the default). Pages must be numbered, and submissions must be in PDF, legible when printed black and white on US Letter and A4 paper. All fonts must be embedded in the submitted PDF. Submissions violating the formatting guidelines may be rejected without review.
Reviewing will be double blind, therefore submissions must be anonymous. Author names, affiliations, acknowledgments, and any other hints of identity must not be included in the submission. You should not anonymize your bibliographic references; instead, cite your work in the third person so that your submission is self-contained. Make a good-faith effort to conceal any authorship connection between prior work and yours.
Submissions must describe unpublished work that is not currently submitted for publication elsewhere as discussed at www.sigplan.org/Resources/Policies/Republication. Authors of accepted papers will be required to sign an ACM copyright release. The proceedings will be published by ACM.
AUTHORS TAKE NOTE: The official publication date is the date the proceedings are made available in the ACM Digital Library. This date may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of your conference. The official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings related to published work. (For those rare conferences whose proceedings are published in the ACM Digital Library after the conference is over, the official publication date remains the first day of the conference.)
Please ensure that your paper satisfies all the above requirements for content and formatting before submission; if you have a question about any of these issues, please send email to the program chairs using this email: email@example.com.