ACM Webinar: Condos and Clouds: Patterns in SaaS Applications

Register NOW to attend the next free ACM Learning Webinar, "Condos and Clouds: Patterns in SaaS Applications," presented on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 2 PM EST (11 AM PST/12 PM MST/1 PM CST/7 PM UTC). Software architect Pat Helland will deliver this engaging presentation and SIGMOD Chair Yannis Ioannidis will moderate. The presentation will be followed by a live question and answer session.

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Over the last 100+ years, the way people design, build, and use buildings has evolved. It is now normal to construct a building without knowing in advance who will occupy it. In addition, we increasingly have shared occupancy of our homes (apartments and condos), retail, and office space. To accomplish this change, the way we use the buildings has evolved. There is a new trust relationship, customs, and laws that establish the relationship between the occupants and the building managers.

Recently, our industry has been moving to implement Cloud Computing and, in particular, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). This has been very successful in some applications and very challenging in others. This talk posits that many of the challenges we've seen in cloud computing can be understood by looking at what has happened in buildings and their occupancy. Standardization, usage patterns, legal establishment of rights and responsibilities are all nascent in the area of cloud computing. We examine a very common pattern in the implementation of “software as a service” and propose ways in which this pattern may be better supported in a multi-tenant fashion.
Duration: 60 minutes

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Association for Computing Machinery
Advancing Computing as a Science & Profession

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