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Category: Colloquium Series: Past

Colloquium: Open Cloud Testbed: Developing a Testbed for the Research Community Exploring Next-Generation Cloud Platforms

Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University Colloquium   Mike Zink Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, University of Massachusetts Open Cloud Testbed: Developing a Testbed for the Research Community Exploring Next-Generation Cloud Platforms Abstract Cloud testbeds are critical for enabling research into new cloud technologies – research that requires experiments that potentially change the […]

Colloquium: The Future of Enterprise Application Development in the Cloud

Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University Colloquium Mark Little Red Hat, Vice President of Engineering and JBoss Middleware CTO The Future of Enterprise Application Development in the Cloud Abstract Since the dawn of the cloud, developers have been inundated with a range of different recommended architectural approaches such as Web Services, REST or microservices, as […]

Colloquium: Towards Tail Latency-Aware Caching in Large Web Services

Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University Colloquium Daniel S. Berger 2018 Mark Stehlik Postdoctoral Fellow in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University Towards Tail Latency-Aware Caching in Large Web Services Abstract Tail latency is of great importance in user-facing web services. However, achieving low tail latency is challenging, because typical user requests result […]

Colloquium: ‘Enzian: a research computer’

Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University Colloquium Timothy Roscoe Professor, Systems Group of the Computer Science Department, ETH Zurich Enzian: a research computer Abstract Academic research in rack-scale and datacenter computing today is hamstrung by lack of hardware. Cloud providers and hardware vendors build custom accelerators, interconnects, and networks for commercially important workloads, but university […]