I would like to answer to this question along with a combination of the replied comment provided to my own comment here.
I am looking into options to submit my research paper to this conference: - http://www.icbdr.org/ or - http://www.iccbdc.org/index.html
Both of the links indicate that after acceptance, the paper will be published in ACM library and indexed in Scopus and EI. But after I discussed with my colleagues they said that there is a chance of being a scam.
I visited the first link, but I could not find a detail in which says that it is going publish the proceeding in ACM.(probably I missed it.) Regarding the latter, it does indicate that in their homepage. It is quite possible that ACM might publish it. Moreover, you should also note that the ACM website might be quite lazy in updating it and the agreement has recently been made.
I checked the ACM main events but did not find any of the above-mentioned conferences but instead, I found them in Non-ACM Events http://www.acm.org/conferences/non-acm-events.
This could be true if ACM is sponsoring the event in some way. Probably, just by publishing the proceedings. I would suggest checking with ACM or the conference committee first.
Does it mean that the work will be published and archived in ACM library?
Probably YES. But I would advise checking with the Program Chair or Conference Chair before submission. You would not want an unprecedented mail after the acceptance saying that we never promised such thing.
Answer to the comments:
I would not submit my work to any of these. This looks like easy business model. – Coder
@Coder i am only considering them because the accepted papers will be indexed in ACM. Why do I have to care about their business model since my work will be indexed in ACM? In other words, why do I have to submit the work to an IEEE ranked conference and wait for 2 months in order to get feedback ? and most probably in both cases you will be paying the same fees and the reviewers will pass the work to their masters students to check the work up and got the same quality feedback from the less ranked one... – Krebto
- You must care about the business going on in academic research. Because it is your original hard-work and you don't want your work to be in vain after the publication. Nobody is citing your outcomes and the article, or nobody talking about it.
- Your assumption that the quality of review will be same is wrong. The quality does vary with the quality of the conferences. You always get top quality review and rigor in top quality conferences.
If none of the above points matter to you then go ahead and submit your work to one of these (but, not both).
Still, I would advise you as well as the people visiting academia.SE to take care of the quality of the conference before submitting their work.