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VLBA Research Track at 18th SAP UA Academic Conference EMEA 2013


Embedded into the 18th SAP University Alliances Academic Conference EMEA 2013 in Munich, the VLBA Research Track took place on September 13th, 2013. Researches from both CVLBAs Magdeburg and Munich were joined by further scientists to discuss recent research results in the field of Very Large Business Applications. In the presentations, topics from the fields of e.g. Cloud Operations, IT Service Management, SOA and In-Memory Databases were presented. Valuable discussions within the research meeting gave useful feedback for the future research in the field of Very Large Business Applications.

The day before presentation, both VLBA Labs presented their research at exhibition tables of the SAP Academic Conference.

Eleven selected presentations were hold during the day:

Dr. Suparna Goswani Intro & Welcome
Sascha Bosse

Modeling Inter-Component Dependencies for IT Service Availability Prediction

Konrad Dongus

Using Conditional Prediction Markets to assess Very Large Business Application Risk

Christian Schulz

Cloud Insourcing – The Attraction of Private Cloud Computing

Ekaterina Tarchinskaya

Exploring Application of Cloud Computing Concept to New Paradigms in Manufacturing

Markus Böhm

Understanding the Potential of SOA in Corporate Divestitures

Johannes Hintsch

Study of an ASP’s Functional Areas: Towards an ERP for IT Service Providers

Alena Fedotova

Enterprise Asset Management systems: Methods and techniques for life-cycle management of high-value complex products

Tobias Engel

Variances in Supply Chain Information Sharing: An Analysis based on Incentive Alignment and Game Theory

Matthias Splieth

Effects of Energy Models on Simulation of Load Balancing with Respect to Power Consumption

Frederik Kramer

Big Data: How in-memory technologies create business value? – findings from a SAP HANA proof of concept

Ateeq Khan

Big data challenges: SAP HANA as a case study

Bastian Kurbjuhn

Automatic Date Adjustment on a Central ERP System – from the Serious Gaming Perspective

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