The 2nd Workshop on Internet Server Performance (WISP 99)
May 1st, 1999
(Federated Computing Research Conference)
Atlanta Hilton and Towers Hotel
Sponsored by ACM SIGMETRICSWWW Servers have become the primary point-of-presence for information dissemination and retrieval over both the wide-area Internet and within institutional Intranets. WWW servers are now ubiqutious front ends for both traditional content such as text, video, and audio, as well as remote execution services, such as online purchasing and database queries. In all these scenarios, server performance is a central issue in providing ubiquitous, reliable, and efficient information access. The second Workshop on Internet Server Performance (WISP 99) seeks to bring together researchers and practitioners of this interdisciplinary area to exchange ideas and experiences. WISP 99 encourages submissions describing promising work in progress and well-founded position papers concerning WWW server performance. Papers on experimental systems and results are especially encouraged.
The Call for Papers is available here in HTML and text formats.
Travel and hotel information is also available from the FCRC web site.
Information on accepted papers and scheduling will be provided as it becomes available.
Last Updated on April 23, 1999 by Ellen Zegura