Main Conference


Service-oriented and cloud computing have made a huge impact both on the software industry and on the research community. Today, service and cloud technologies are applied to build large-scale software landscapes as well as to provide single software services to end-users. Services today are independently developed and deployed as well as freely composed while they can be implemented in a variety of technologies, a quite important fact from a business perspective. Similarly, cloud computing aims at enabling flexibility by offering a centralized sharing of resources. The industry’s need for agile and flexible software and IT systems has made cloud computing the dominating paradigm for provisioning computational resources in a scalable, on-demand fashion. Nevertheless, service developers, providers, and integrators still need to create methods, tools and techniques to support cost-effective and secure development as well as the use of dependable devices, platforms, services and service-oriented applications in the cloud.

The European Conference on Service-Oriented and Cloud Computing (ESOCC) is the premier conference on advances in the state of the art and practice of service-oriented computing and cloud computing in Europe. The main objectives of this conference are to facilitate the exchange between researchers and practitioners in the areas of service-oriented computing and cloud computing, as well as to explore the new trends in those areas and foster future collaborations in Europe and beyond.

Topics of Interest

ESOCC 2020 seeks original, high quality papers related to all aspects of service-oriented and cloud computing. Specific topics of interest include but are not limited to:

Service and Cloud Computing Models

* Design patterns, guidelines and methodologies
* Governance models
* Architectural models
* Requirements engineering
* Formal Methods
* Model-Driven Engineering
* Quality models
* Security, Privacy & Trust models
* Self-Organizing Service-Oriented and Cloud Architectures Models
* Testing models

Service and Cloud Computing Engineering

* Service Discovery, Matchmaking, Negotiation and Selection
* Monitoring and Analytics
* Governance and management
* Cloud Interoperability, Multi-Cloud, Cross-Cloud, and Federated Cloud solutions
* Frameworks & Methods for Building Service and Cloud-based Applications
* Cross-layer adaptation
* Edge/Fog Computing
* Cloud, Service Orchestration & Management
* Service Level Agreement Management
* Service Evolution/Optimisation
* Service & Cloud Testing and Simulation
* QoS for Services and Clouds
* Semantic Web Services
* Service mining
* Service & Cloud Standards
* FaaS / Serverless computing


* DevOps in the Cloud
* Containerized services
* Emerging Trends in Storage, Computation and Network Clouds
* Microservices Deployment and Management
* Next Generation Services Middleware and Service Repositories
* RESTful Clouds and Services
* Service and Cloud Middleware & Platforms
* Blockchain for Services & Clouds
* Services and Clouds with IoT
* Fog Computing with Service and Cloud

Business and Social Aspects

* Enterprise Architectures for Service and Cloud
* Service-based Workflow Deployment & Life-cycle Management
* Core Applications, e.g., Big Data, Commerce, Energy, Finance, Health, Scientific Computing, Smart Cities
* Business Process as a Service – BPaaS
* Service and Cloud Business Models
* Service and Cloud Brokerage
* Service and Cloud Marketplaces
* Service and Cloud Cost & Pricing
* Crowdsourcing Business Services
* Social and Crowd-based Cloud
* Energy issues in Cloud Computing
* Sustainability issues


We only accept original papers, not submitted for publication elsewhere. Two kinds of papers are allowed:
– full papers covering complete research work; these should be 15 pages long including references
– short papers covering work-in-progress; these should be 8 pages long including references.

The papers must be formatted according to the LNCS proceedings guidelines. They must be submitted to the EasyChair site at: 

Lecture Notes in Computer Science - Springer

All accepted papers of the main conference will be included in the conference proceedings published by Springer Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series ( Upon request, accepted papers can be offered in open-access form.

At least one author of each accepted paper is expected to register and present it at the conference.

Important Dates

Paper submission: 20 January, 2020
Notification: 10 February, 2020
Camera ready: 17 February, 2020