The simplicity/productivity gains from automated resource provisioning is bringing more and more applications to the Cloud. All major providers increasing their serverless offerings. This means more competition, but also exciting novelties for the next few years.
We will see advances in Serverless Resource Management (data-driven, workload-driven, cost engineering, AI optimizations), novel horizontal services and middleware (like AWS EMR, IBM Code Engine, Google Cloud Run, Azure Container Instances, CloudFlare Workers) but also Serverless Vertical Domains (Serverless Genomics, Serverless MetaVerse, Serverless Personal Computing, Serverless Edge Computing, Serverless DataSpaces).
We will accept short abstracts proposals and 5 minutes videos or lightning talks with one slide and up to 2 minutes video in three categories:
Blue Sky proposals about Serverless technologies
Demonstration and tutorials of new Serverless technologies
PhD Elevator Pitch on Serverless technologies
Authors are invited to submit short presentations related to serverless computing.
These submissions will not appear in any proceedings, so you are welcome to submit work that has already been published, or early work that you would like feedback on.
The submission should include presentation slides and a video.
The slides should be in PDF format and be at most 5 slides. The video should be at most 5 minutes and be hosted on YouTube.
Submissions should indicate if they plan to have a demo after their talk (to not take longer than 5 min).
If your submission is accepted, you can submit a newer video, up to 5 minutes. The accepted presentations will be made available from the workshop website and the recording of the workshop will be published on YouTube.
For lightning talks tracks send one slide in PDF format - and max 2min lightning link to youtube video recording.
We may have an open mic afterwards for discussion and panel.
Paper Submission: April 28, 2022 (extended)
Notification of Acceptance: June 21, 2022 (extended)
Workshop date: June 16, 12pm ET (6pm in Europe, 9am West Coast)