Registration for Workshops Co-Located with USENIX OSDI '08

Don't miss the workshops co-located with OSDI '08. Taking place between December 7 and December 11, 2008, in San Diego, CA, the workshops cover a variety of topics--analysis of system logs, power aware computing and systems, I/O virtualization, and more.

  • HotDep ?08: Fourth Workshop on Hot Topics in System Dependability December 7, 2008

The HotDep Workshop brings forth cutting-edge research ideas spanning the domains of fault tolerance/reliability and systems. Check out the Web site for more information:

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  • WASL '08: First USENIX Workshop on the Analysis of System Logs December 7, 2008

WASL '08 will focus on novel techniques for extracting more information from existing logs and on methods to improve the information content of future logs. See the registration page for information on how to participate:

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  • HotPower '08: Workshop on Power Aware Computing and Systems December 7, 2008

This workshop hopes to provide a forum in which to present the latest research and to debate directions, challenges, and novel ideas about building energy-efficient computing systems. Find out more at

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  • Diversity ?08: Workshop on Supporting Diversity in Systems Research December 7, 2008

The Workshop on Supporting Diversity is a community-building event, serving both to educate women and under-represented minorities about the opportunities in systems research and to support researchers who are already working in the field. To get more information, see

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  • WIOV '08: First Workshop on I/O Virtualization December 10-11, 2008

This workshop is meant to provide a forum to discuss challenges of I/O virtualization that span the virtual machine monitor, guest operating system, processor, memory subsystem, and I/O subsystem. Find out more at

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  • SysML08: Third Workshop on Tackling Computer Systems Problems with Machine Learning Techniques December 11, 2008

The SysML workshop brings together researchers working at the intersection of machine learning and systems to discuss ideas and techniques that will benefit the future of both fields. For more information, check out

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