|Call for Papers||Online Proceedings|
|Registration||About Madison, Wisconsin|
NEW: here is WISP99!
Today, Web servers are not simple HTTP servers. A typical Internet site employs a web server complex, which may include HTTP servers, database servers, transaction servers, multimedia servers, advertisement servers and proxy servers. The performance of the server system as a whole depends not only on individual server performance, but also the protocols and interactions between servers. This workshop seeks to bring together researchers and developers from systems, databases, networking, multimedia and other disciplines to discuss the wide range of issues that impact server performance on the Internet.
The workshop includes invited presentations and selected position papers solicited through this call for papers. For a copy of preliminary program, click here.
UPDATE: Click here for LaTex style files for PER.
Information for Authors of Accepted Papers. Update: Final version of the paper due May 18th, 1998.
Pei Cao Sekhar Sarukkai 1210 West Dayton Street 1U13, Hewlett Packard Labs, U. of Wisconsin, Madison 1501 Page Mill Road, WI 53706-1685 CA 94304-1126 email: firstname.lastname@example.org email: email@example.com Phone: 608-262-1204 Phone: 415-857-4366 Fax: 608-262-9777 Fax: 415-813-3381Program Committee:
Fred Douglis, AT&T Labs -- Research Peter Druschel, Rice University Geoffery Fox, Syracuse University Mike Franklin, University of Maryland Dennis Gannon, Indiana University Jeff Naughton, University of Wisconsin Praveen Seshadri, Cornell University Duane Wessels, National Lab for Applied Networking Research Philip Yu, IBM Watson research