The ACM Symposium on Cloud Computing 2020 (SoCC '20) is the eleventh in an established series of symposia that bring together researchers, developers, users, and practitioners interested in cloud computing. SoCC is co-sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Groups on Management of Data (SIGMOD) and on Operating Systems (SIGOPS).
SoCC will be held at the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle's Southport, in Renton, WA, to foster connections between the academic and industrial communities operating in the cloud space.
The ACM Symposium on Cloud Computing 2020 (SoCC '20) acknowledges and values all dimensions of diversity by cultivating an environment built on tolerance and mutual respect. We actively promote inclusion in every aspect of the symposium including but not limited to organization and program committees and conference activities. We encourage the participation of all individuals regardless of age, gender, gender identity, race, cultural background, religion, physical and mental ability, sexual orientation, parental and marital status, etc. We actively denounce and combat prejudice and stereotyping, and will follow the ACM Policy Against Harassment, embracing ACM processes for Reporting Unacceptable Behavior.
Please follow this webpage for updates on the steps we are taking to create a diverse and inclusive environment during the conference. As we embark in this journey of continued (un)learning we will misstep. Your ideas and feedback can help us find our way towards a healthier and more welcoming community. You may contact SoCC D&I Chair, Karla Saur (Karla.Saur@microsoft.com), with suggestions, comments, or complaints about our work in this area.
[5/5/20] Paper submission extended (due to COVID-19)
[5/1/20] Submission Site is now open
[3/2/20] Call for Papers is out.
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