Final Program Now Available

The final program of the Main Track, Short Courses, Workshops, and Tools Session are now available on the web. Please navigate through the respective pages of the co-located events for further information, or visit the program schedule.

Simposio Brasileiro de Redes de Computadores e de Sistemas Distribuidos

Simposio Brasileiro de Redes de Computadores e de Sistemas Distribuidos

Success of Participation
Friday, 28 May 2010 08:30


SBRC 2010 surpassed yesterday the mark of 750 participants. International keynotes and tutorials had filled rooms, being attended by participative audiences. Yesterday, Alberto Montresor versed about gossiping protocols in distributed systems, and Claudio Bartolini presented tendencies in the field of TI prediction.

ARTIST2 South-American School for Embedded Systems
Thursday, 20 May 2010 22:36

We are pleased to announced that the Fourth edition of the ARTIST South-American School for Embedded Systems will occur in Gramado, Brazil, from May 26-28, at the convention center from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), in paralel with SBRC 2010.For further information, please refer to the event website.

Floor plan of the Event Center is available online
Sunday, 16 May 2010 21:09

For your convenience and comfort during the event, we are publishing the floor plan of the UFRGS Events Center. Please navigate through Travel / Venue > Venue for more information.

Claudio Bartolini is another confirmed attraction at SBRC 2010
Sunday, 16 May 2010 18:33

Claudio Bartolini, Principal Researcher at HP Labs Palo Alto, USA, is another international speaker confirmed at SBRC 2010. His main investigation area is Information Technology Service Management, having several published papers in international conferences and journals, in addition to numerous patents. Claudio will present the keynote Predictive IT Analytics and the tutorial IT Service Management: Best Practices and Research Challenges. Please navigate through the program schedule for further information.

Special Program for Social Events during SBRC 2010
Friday, 07 May 2010 00:42

The SBRC 2010 Orgazining Committee is preparing a wide variety of social events for participants. Welcome Reception, Symposium Dinner, Parties, among other attractions, wait for you in the city of Gramado during the symposium. For further information, please visit the program schedule.

Information about the Symposium Dinner now available
Tuesday, 18 May 2010 13:00

The Symposium Dinner will take place at Sociedade Recreio Gramadense, one of the most traditional clubs in the city of Gramado. A wide variety of meal and drink options will be served. In addition, the Best Paper Award will be presented during the Dinner, and a special attraction will be offered to participants. The Symposium Dinner costs R$ 60,00 per person. Vouchers may be bought during the event.

Alexander Clemm also confirms presence at SBRC 2010
Sunday, 16 May 2010 18:52

We are pleased to announce that Alexander Clemm, Principal Engineer  at Cisco Systems (San Jose, California, USA) has also confirmed presence at SBRC 2010. Alexander Clemm is responsible for the architecture of manageability and embedded management capabilities of IOS and derivatives. He authored the text book "Network Management Fundamentals" and has over 25 patents issued or pending. Alex will present the keynote New Trends in Intelligent Manageability Instrumentation and the tutorial Device Instrumentation for Performance Monitoring and its Application in Service Level Management. Please refer to the program schedule for further information.

Prof. Alberto Montresor confirms keynote speeches at SBRC 2010
Friday, 07 May 2010 13:02

We are pleased to announce that Prof. Alberto Montresor, from University of Trento (Italy), is a internationally distinguished expert confirmed  at SBRC 2010. Prof. Montresor has been an active member of both Peer-to-Peer Networks and Distributed Systems research communities, being author of more than 50 paper in conference proceedings and journals. He will present the tutorial entitled Gossip Protocols for Large-Scale Distributed Systems and the keynote speech Cloudy Wheather for P2P, with a Chance of Gossip. Please check the program schedule for further information.