Call for Online Participation: Workshop on Self-Managing Database Systems
              co-located at ICDE 2021, Chania, Crete, Greece



Due to the current situation of COVID-19, SMDB 2021 will be held virtually
as an online event using the ICDE's virtual platform


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Shasank Chavan (Vice President of the Data and In-Memory Technologies group, Oracle)
Sam Lightstone (CTO AI Strategy, IBM Data and AI)
Ippokratis Pandis (Senior Principal Engineer at Amazon Web Services)
Andy Pavlo (Associate Professor, Computer Science Department, Carnegie Mellon University & Co-founder, OtterTune)


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07:00-08:00 Opening and Introduction

07:10-07:35 Research Talk 1:	Performance Models of Data Parallel DAG Workflows for Large Scale Data Analytics - Juwei Shi (Microsoft)*; Jiaheng  Lu  (University of Helsinki)

07:35-08:00 Research Talk 2:	Adaptive Query Compilation in Graph Databases - Alexander Baumstark (TU Ilmenau)*; Muhammad Attahir Jibril (TU Ilmenau); Kai-Uwe Sattler (TU Ilmenau)

08:00-08:10 Break

08:10-08:55 Keynote 1:	AI's Enormous Potential for Database Simplification - Sam Lightstone, CTO AI Strategy, IBM Data and AI

08:55-09:40 Keynote 2:	OtterTune: An Automatic Database Configuration Tuning Service - Andy Pavlo, Associate Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, co-founder of OtterTune

09:40-09:50 Break

09:50-10:35 Keynote 3:	Automatic Data Management and Storage Tiering with Oracle Database In-Memory - Shasank Chavan, VP of Data and In-Memory Database Technologies at Oracle

10:35-11:20 Keynote 4:	TBA	- Ippokratis Pandis, Senior Principal Engineer at Amazon Web Services

11:20-11:30 Break

11:30-11:55 Research Talk 3:	Improving Stream Load Balance through Shedding - Nikos Katsipoulakis (Amazon Web Services)*; Alexandros Labrinidis (University of Pittsburgh); Panos Chrysanthis (University of Pittsburgh)

11:55-12:20 Research Talk 4:	Towards a Benchmark for Learned Systems	- Laurent Bindschaedler (MIT)*; Andreas Kipf (MIT); Tim Kraska (MIT); Ryan Marcus (MIT); Umar Farooq Minhas (Microsoft Research)

12:20-12:30 Closing Remarks