CMG’12 Call for Papers and Workshops – The Best Independent Performance and Capacity Conference
The Computer Measurement Group (CMG) calls for papers and presentations for CMG’s 38th International Conference to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 3rd through 7th, 2012.
The 2012 CMG conference will cover all areas of systems management, including but not limited to: capacity planning, IT service management, application performance management, performance engineering and testing, as well as the latest developments in the overall field of computer performance evaluation. See the Call for Papers and Call for Workshops for details.
CMG is the source of unbiased and objective expert information and practical, real life experiences across all computing platforms in the computer industry for over 30 years. Share your knowledge and experiences: write a paper and submit it for presentation at CMG’12.
Paper are categorized as Introductory, Tutorial, Advanced, or User Experience. I want to especially encourage all of you to consider writing a User Experience paper. Every year, the conference evaluations show a common theme: “More User Experience Papers, please!” You don’t need to be one of the field’s superstars to write one — in fact, they seem to work better from people who are just working in the field, in non-IT companies and government bodies. Just tell us what problem you faced, how you went about figuring out what the cause was, and how you dealt with it. Mentors are available for writing assistance, and may be requested at any point in the writing process, including before the paper is started. Just write firstname.lastname@example.org and ask.
Please take the time to participate in the CMG’12 program. It will be rewarding for both authors and attendees, and as we all share our knowledge we all become more complete professionals.
Paper submission through the CMG website is now available. For more information go to paper submission and workshop submission.
The deadline for paper submissions is June 8, 2012.
Please send questions to CMG’12 Program Chair, Bill Jouris at email@example.com.