CfP HAPi DevOps 2022 (co-located with VL/HCC) - new deadline

by Jácome Cunha, June 27, 2022

1st Int. Workshop on Human-Centric Approaches and Practices for DevOps
Co-located with VL/HCC 2022.
HAPi DevOps 2022 - https://hapidevops.github.io/2022/

Despite its many benefits DevOps still presents many challenges when

it comes to its ease of use and accessibility. One of the reasons is

the tremendous proliferation of different tools, languages and

syntaxes which makes the field quite difficult to learn and keep up to

date.

The workshop will bring together the DevOps and HCI communities, to

clearly identify outstanding issues in DevOps, understand them,

reflect on how to solve such challenges and point to possible paths or

solutions.

The list of accepted topics includes (not limited to though):

  * Low-code/no-code solutions for DevOps

  * Visual notations for DevOps

  * Modeling DevOps technologies and pipelines

  * Leveraging understanding of text-based specification/IaC languages

  * Understanding and improving DevOps teams communication

  * Understanding current practices and methods

## Submission ##

We motivate researchers and practitioners to submit their work

(possibly in progress) about this topic to be presented and discussed

at the workshop. This can include open issues deserved to be discussed

as well as position papers.

The workshop will accept submissions up to 4 pages.

Each submission will be reviewed by the organizers and the program

committee mostly to validate the adequacy of the submission to the

workshop, clarity, and potential to stimulate interesting discussion.

More information on how to submit will shortly be made available on

the website.

## Important dates ##

  * Submission: NEW - 8 Jul

  * Notifications: 15 Jul

  * Camera-ready: 28 Jul

  * Workshop: 16 Sep, Friday

## Publication

The workshop proceedings will be an overlay on arXiv, namely, we will

upload all articles to arXiv for long-term storage and online access.

All the authors present at the workshop will have the chance of

contributing to a workshop summary, featuring the challenges presented

and discussed during the workshop, to be submitted to the ACM SIGSOFT

Software Engineering Notes.

## PC members

  * Juan de Lara -- Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

  * Jessica Diaz -- Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

  * Florian Rademacher -- U. Applied Science & Arts Dortmund, Germany

  * Gustavo Pinto -- Federal University of Pará, Brazil

  * Davide Taibi -- Tampere University, Finland

  (to be completed)

## Organizers

  * Jácome Cunha – Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto & HASLab/INESC TEC, Portugal

  * Filipe Correia – Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal

Please contact us if you have any questions or suggestions.