Prof. Delimitrou’s group has 4 new papers accepted to the ACM International Symposium on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS’19)!

  • A paper on a new end-to-end benchmark suite for cloud and IoT microservices, and their hardware & software implications for cloud and edge systems
  • Seer: a performance debugging system for cloud microservices that leverages deep learning to anticipate and diagnose the root causes of QoS violations in the cloud
  • PARTIES: a QoS-aware resource partitioning system that allows multiple latency-critical interactive cloud applications to share a physical node; with Prof. Martinez
  • X-Container: a lightweight containerization system leveraging paravirtualization, well-suited for single-concerned, loosely-coupled services, such as serverless compute and microservices, with Profs. Weatherspoon and van Renesse

The conference will take place in April 2019 in Providence, RI. Preprints of the papers are coming soon!


4 papers accepted to ASPLOS from Prof. Delimitrou’s group!