AWeS 2015 is the first international workshop on All-Web real-time Systems that would be a good opportunity to bring together this erea theoreticians from different horizons in EuroSys 2015 conference.
Real-time communication systems are undergoing a major transformation as a conjunction of new technologies and usage. On the technical side, as they can be integrated in web applications with webRTC, it will be able in the future to conceive them as all-Web systems. On the usage side, rapid consumer adoption of new communication means, and evolution of voice/video from a synonym for telephony into a component of multimodal communications lead to a more and more fragmented landscape.
Although these paradigms shifts greatly impacts the computer and communications research community, major conferences and workshops are not really today giving focus on them.
This workshop aims to contribute to the development of the research community on these topics. We will bring together experts from academia and industry to exchange ideas and present results on all-Web systems and services, focusing especially on the issues that are still to be solved. Submissions should be original, previously unpublished work not currently under review by other conferences or publications.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Computing paradigms for all-Web systems
    • Next generation of browsers
    • New computing models for All-Web systems
    • Architecture and performance of client-side code (e.g. JavaScript…) and of server-side code (e.g. node.js…)
  • Framework and signaling architecture
    • Required functional and non-functional properties for application developers
    • New paradigms for all-Web communication architectures
    • http-based signaling models (e.g. event-based)
    • Migration paths from today’s legacy architectures to future ones
  • QoS and metrics
    • QoS and traffic management with webRTC
    • STUN/TURN deployment issues
    • Management of new communication services
    • Technical and business challenges, e.g. different service categories over the same infrastructure
    • Feedback from live experimentations and early deployments
    • Impact of P2P media and algorithms for QoS optimization
  • Security and privacy
    • Security and privacy implications
    • User identity assertion for all-Web communications
    • Future of emergency communications
  • Applications
    • Real-time communications over social network
    • Innovative services and applications, impact on business customers, integration in enterprise IT
    • Pervasive and context-based communications