CACTOS Plenary Meeting, Belfast

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The CACTOS Plenary Meeting took place on 27th – 28th May 2014 in Queens University Belfast. This was attended by Flexiant, RealTech, Ulm University, Umea University, DCU, Queens University Belfast and FZI.

Specific research problems that CACTOS addresses were discussed in detail around issues data centre operators face due to the exploding heterogeneity of the underlying hardware. The major targeted impact of CACTOS is to enable data centre operators to deliver cloud-based applications on top of current and future heterogeneous hardware as energy efficient as possible. CACTOS aims to deliver the infrastructure that fits best to the application of a customer in terms of observed quality with minimised operational costs and consequently increased competitiveness.

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James is a Senior Researcher in the Dublin City University Business School. Prior to this he worked as a Specialist Researcher for SAP Research. His research interests include Web and Cloud based simulation, supply chain management, and discrete event simulation. In the past he has collaborated with a number of academic and industrial partners. He holds a B.Tech in Information Technology and Telecommunications, an M.Tech in Computer Integrated Manufacturing and a Ph.D from the University of Limerick. His Ph.D is in the area of Web based simulation applied to contract costing for outsourcing enterprises.