[openstack-dev] Where are all the research papers?

Tim Bell Tim.Bell at cern.ch
Sun Jun 14 07:56:08 UTC 2015

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joshua Harlow [mailto:harlowja at outlook.com]
> Sent: 14 June 2015 07:52
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> Subject: [openstack-dev] Where are all the research papers?
> Out of curiosity is there any known listing of papers (like ACM style or
> other) on openstack or evaluations of it that are published on a wiki or
> other? Especially as the number of projects increases, I would start to
> expect more articles being published, more papers and such (all of them
> would be an interesting read...).
> I did find one but I'm starting to wonder if there are more and if there are
> not, what is stopping people from writing more? (are we not doing enough
> outreach to people that would right papers?)
> 'On fault resilience of OpenStack'
> https://kabru.eecs.umich.edu/papers/publications/2013/socc2013_ju.pdf
> It'd be neat to somehow get more published articles about openstack
> coming from universities somehow (even if the articles are about bugs like
> in 'What Bugs Live in the Cloud?' @
> http://ucare.cs.uchicago.edu/pdf/socc14-cbs.pdf). Maybe we should also
> feature them on the openstack blog when/if they get published as a
> showing of good faith to the article creator/researcher/other...
> Anyone have any thoughts on this?

Google Scholar is a good source of material and you can subscribe to a feed according to keywords. There is around 30 per week publications mentioning OpenStack.


> -Josh
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