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  • August 2021: Paper on using harvest VMs for serverless computing accepted to SOSP’21! Congrats to all the authors!
  • July 2021: Congratulations to Clara Steinhoff for graduating with her Masters degree in CS!
  • June 2021: Thanks to Samira Khan for hosting Partha Panganathan and myself in the Happy Hour for Architects Podcast to discuss datacenter hardware and software. You can watch our discussion here.
  • June 2021: Thanks to Lisa Hsu and Suvinay Subramanian for hosting me in the Computer Architecture Podcast recently to discuss datacenter systems and their challenges. You can listen to it here.
  • June 2021: CacheInspector paper is now available!
  • June 2021: Enjoyed giving a keynote at the Cloud Intelligence Workshop and participating in the Cloud Intelligence Across Academia and Industry Panel. Thanks to the organizers for the invitation!
  • May 2021: Congratulations to Dr. Shuang Chen for graduating with her Ph.D. in ECE!
  • May 2021: Congratulations to Joy Qi, Anthony Ngoma, Tamzid Ahmed, Randy Zhou, Sujith Ramesh, Angela Jin, and Priyanka Dilip for graduating with their M.Eng. or B.S. degrees!
  • May 2021: Enjoyed giving a keynote at the Computing Frontiers’21 conference on how ML can improve the design and management of cloud systems! Many thanks to the organizers for the invitation!
  • April 2021: Enjoyed giving an invited talk at the NOPE’21 workshop at ASPLOS on the challenges and opportunities of doing datacenter research in academia! Thanks to the organizers for putting a very interesting program together!
  • April 2021: Dagger, Sinan, and Sage presented at ASPLOS’21! Videos coming soon!
  • April 2021: Congratulations to Yanqi Zhang for passing his A exam (thesis proposal)!
  • April 2021: Congratulations to Dr. Shuang Chen for passing her thesis defense!
  • March 2021: CacheInspector is accepted to ACM TACO! Congrats to all authors! Code is available here.
  • March 2021: Preprints for ASPLOS’21 papers are now available!
    • Sage: A Scalable and Practical ML-Driven Performance Debugging System for Interactive Microservices
    • Sinan: A QoS-Aware ML-Based Resource Manager for Cloud Microservices
    • Dagger: A Reconfigurable Hardware Fabric for RPC Acceleration
  • March 2021: PARTIES is now open-source! Feedback and contributions are welcome.
  • February 2021: This semester I am teaching ECE5710: Datacenter Computing. For more details, see the course website.
  • January 2021: ASPLOS Hall of Fame updated with 2020 and 2021 data!
  • December 2020: Very honored to receive a Research Excellence Award from Cornell’s College of Engineering! Many thanks to all the students who do the hard work ūüôā
  • November 2020: 3 papers from our group accepted to ASPLOS’21! Many congratulations to Yu Gan, Yanqi Zhang, Nikita Lazarev, Weizhe Hua, Mingyu Liang, Zhuangzhuang Zhou, and all the other authors! Preprints coming soon!
  • October 2020: Received a Google Research Award in Recognition of Technical Leadership and Achievements in Systems Research! Many thanks to Google!
  • October 2020: SOCC’20 wraps up successfully! All papers, presentations, and videos will be available online soon!
  • October 2020: SOCC’20 happening this week! Registration still open!
  • October 2020: Very happy and honored to receive an Intel Rising Star 2020 Award! Many thanks to Intel!
  • September 2020: Camera-ready for CuttleSys now online!
  • August 2020: Dagger, a tightly-integrated hardware acceleration fabric for microservice networking is accepted to Computer Architecture Letters (CAL)!
  • July 2020: Neeraj Kulkarni’s paper on design space exploration of reconfigurable cores is accepted to MICRO’20 in Athens! Congrats to all authors! Preprint coming soon.
  • July 2020: Here is a post I wrote for the SIGARCH blog on datacenter hardware trends from a recent ISCA panel!
  • June 2020: Very happy and honored to receive the 2020 TCCA Young Computer Architect Award! Many thanks to all that have made it possible; a short acceptance speech is here.
  • June 2020: Camera-ready papers and videos for MLArchSys papers now available: Sinan (video), Sage (video).
  • June 2020: Two papers accepted to the ML for Architecture and Systems Workshop (MLArchSys) in ISCA’20. Preprints available soon.
  • May 2020: TopPicks paper on DeathStarBench now available!
  • May 2020: Congrats to Yu Gan for passing his thesis proposal exam!
  • April 2020: News article on the Microsoft Research Fellowship on Cornell ECE!
  • April 2020: Very happy to have been awarded a Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship for 2020! Highly appreciated!
  • April 2020: CornellResearch wrote a nice article about our work on applying ML to large-scale systems problems.
  • April 2020: I wrote a post for the SIGOPS blog on the increasing heterogeneity in cloud hardware.
  • April 2020: Congratulations to Dr. Neeraj Kulkarni for passing his thesis defense! Next stop, Microsoft!
  • March 2020: Chairing the Symposium on Cloud Computing (SOCC) this year. Paper deadline is May 18th. Submit your best work!
  • February 2020: Received a Google Faculty Research Award for our work on root cause analysis in cloud microservices! Many thanks to Google for their continued support!
  • February 2020: Very happy to have been awarded a Sloan Research Fellowship in Computer Science! Press announcement, Cornell Chronicle article, and interview with ECE news.
  • January 2020: This semester I am teaching ECE5710: Datacenter Computing. For more details, see the course website.
  • January 2020: DeathStarBench selected as an IEEE Micro Top Pick for the most significant papers from the architecture conferences of 2019! Preprint coming soon.
  • January 2020: Wrote a SIGARCH blog on the system implications of new cloud software trends, like microservices and serverless.
  • November 2019: DeathStarBench project crosses 2,500 clones! Feedback always welcome!
  • November 2019: Happy to have received the 2018 Best Paper Award from IEEE Computer Architecture Letters for the paper “The Architectural Implications of Cloud Microservices”. Many thanks to the IEEE CS Publications Board!
  • November 2019: Awarded a research grant from Facebook for the design of representative scale-out cloud benchmarks. Many thanks to Facebook for their continued support!
  • November 2019: Congratulations to Shuang Chen for winning the ECE Research Pitch Competition at the 2019 Rising Stars Workshop!
  • October 2019: Happy to be serving on the USENIX HotCloud Steering Committee!
  • October 2019: Gave a short talk in the Board of Trustees Annual Meeting on our work using ML in system design and management!
  • October 2019: DeathStarBench project crosses 1,000 clones! Feedback always welcome!
  • September 2019: Very happy to receive the College of Engineering Teaching Award!
  • August 2019: Seer invited to SIGOPS review! Paper now available!
  • July 2019: Serving on the ASPLOS’20 Program Committee. Deadline is August 16th. Submit your best work!
  • June 2019: Read about the value of using ML in systems problems in a post I wrote for the SIGARCH blog!
  • June 2019: HotCloud’19 program is now online featuring a great selection of papers! The workshop is on July 8th, colocated with USENIX ATC’19. There’s still time to register!
  • June 2019: Congratulations to Nicky, Rick, Zhongling, Anant, Yang, and Juexiao for graduating with their MEng degrees and for the great positions they have lined up!
  • May 2019: The social network service from DeathStarBench is now available for beta-testing! If you are interested in joining the beta-testing group send us an email at: microservices-bench-L@list.cornell.edu
  • May 2019: The full ASPLOS’19 talk on Seer is now available online!
  • May 2019: DeathStarBench and Seer covered on The Morning Paper!
  • April 2019: DeathStarBench covered in the Cornell ECE website!
  • April 2019: DeathStarBench, Seer, PARTIES, and X-Container presented at ASPLOS!
  • April 2019: The Cornell Chronicle recently wrote an article about all the Google Faculty Research Awards received by Cornell faculty!
  • April 2019: Lightning videos for ASPLOS papers are now available: DeathStarBench, Seer, PARTIES, and XContainer!
  • March 2019: The Cornell Chronicle recently covered our work on cloud microservices!
  • February 2019: Received a Google Faculty Research Award! Many thanks to Google!
  • February 2019:¬†Camera-ready paper for¬†őľqSim¬†now available!
  • February 2019:¬†I am organizing and co-chairing the¬†First Workshop on Resource Disaggregation¬†at ASPLOS’19.¬†Submit¬†your best early work on disaggregation in datacenters! Deadline is February 27th.
  • February 2019:¬†Received the¬†NSF CAREER Award¬†for our work on hardware and software techniques for cloud microservices!
  • January 2019: ASPLOS preprints now available!
    • Seer: a performance debugging system that leverages deep learning to improve performance predictability in microservices.
    • DeathStarBench: an end-to-end benchmark suite for microservices and their hardware and software implications for cloud and edge systems.
    • PARTIES: a resource controller for QoS-aware co-scheduling of multiple interactive services.
    • XContainer: a lightweight containerization technology that improves performance and isolation in cloud-native systems.
  • January 2019: Paper on scalable simulation of microservices accepted to ISPASS! Congrats to Yanqi and Yu!
  • December 2018: Yu’s CAL paper on the architectural implications of microservices is selected as Best of CAL for 2018!
  • December 2018: ASPLOS Hall of Fame now updated with 2019 data and new members!
  • December 2018: Camera-ready version for Pliant now available!
  • November 2018: 4 papers from our group accepted to ASPLOS!! Many congrats to Yu, Yanqi, Shuang, Zhiming, and all the other authors!
  • November 2018: Pliant is accepted in HPCA! Congrats to Neeraj and Feng!
  • October 2018: Co-chairing HotCloud’19! Submission deadline will be in March 2019.
  • September 2018: Press coverage for Bolt on IEEE Computer Society’s blog!
  • September 2018: CacheInspector is now open-source! Reverse-engineer exactly how much cache you get on each public cloud provider in an accurate and practical way!
  • September 2018: Serving on the IEEE Micro Top Picks’19 Program Committee. Deadline is October 15th. Submit your best published work from the 2018 architecture conferences!
  • August 2018: ASPLOS Hall of Fame now updated with 2018 data!
  • July 2018: Preprint for Mage now available!
  • July 2018: Our paper on the implications of Amdahl’s Law on tail latency is now available on CACM!
  • June 2018: Paper on scalable QoS-aware scheduling for heterogeneous CMPs and clouds accepted to PACT! Congrats to Franky Romero!
  • June 2018: Paper preprint on using approximation to improve datacenter resource efficiency available here.
  • June 2018: Gave a keynote at the Workshop on Architectures and Systems for Big Data in ISCA 2018.
  • June 2018: Congratulations to Ariana, Justin, Brian, Brendon, Brett, Chris, Ankitha, Nayan, and Dailun for graduating with their MEng degrees and for the great positions they have all lined up!
  • June 2018: Paper on using approximation to improve datacenter resource efficiency accepted to CAL (Computer Architecture Letters)! Congrats to Neeraj and Feng! Preprint coming soon.
  • May 2018: CAL paper on the architectural implications of microservices now available!
  • May 2018: Paper on the architectural implications of microservices accepted to CAL (Computer Architecture Letters)! Congrats to Yu! Preprint coming soon.
  • May 2018: Ariana Bruno and Justin Hu win the best systems poster award for their MEng project on coordination of heterogeneous UAV swarms. Congrats to Ariana and Justin!
  • May 2018: HotCloud paper on Seer now available!
  • April 2018: Paper on using deep learning for performance debugging in the cloud accepted to HotCloud’18! Congrats to all the authors! Preprint coming soon.
  • April 2018: Serving on the ASPLOS’19 Program Committee. Deadline is August 11th. Submit your best work!
  • March 2018: Received an award from VMWare Research. Many thanks to VMWare!
  • March 2018: Serving on the MICRO Program Committee. Deadline is April 6th. Submit your best work!
  • March 2018: Received the Facebook Faculty Award for Hardware & Software Systems research. Many thanks to Facebook!
  • January 2018: Bolt is selected as an IEEE Micro Top Pick for the most significant papers from the architecture conferences of 2017!
  • December 2017: Congratulations to Feng Qi and Priyal Rathi who graduated with their MEng degrees!
  • November 2017: Serving on the ISCA 2018 Program Committee. Deadline is November 21th. Submit your best work!
  • October 2017: Paper on the implications of Amdahl’s Law for applications that care about Tail Latency accepted to the Communications of the ACM (CACM)!
  • September 2017: Upcoming IISWC paper is now available!
  • July 2017: Serving on the ASPLOS 2018 Program Committee. Deadline is August 11th. Submit your best work!
  • May 2017: Congratulations to Anirudh, Premdeep, Mahantesh, Blake, Siyuan, Leon, Mateo, and Kavan for graduating with their MEng degrees and for the great positions they have all lined up! Congratulations also to Nellie for graduating with her BS degree, and for starting a PhD degree at MIT in the Fall!
  • May 2017: Received a $3 million NSF grant to work on clouds with disaggregated resources, with Rachit Agarwal, Hakim Weatherspoon (Cornell), Sylvia Ratnasamy, and Scott Shenker (UC Berkeley)!
  • May 2017: Congratulations to Feng Qi for receiving an MEng Best Poster Award for hers and Neeraj Kulkarni’s work on using approximation to improve cloud efficiency!
  • May 2017: Congratulations to Meghna Pancholi for receiving an ECE Early Career Scholar Award to work on cloud management over the summer!
  • May 2017: Co-organizing and co-chairing the ASBD’17 Workshop (Architectures and Systems For Big Data) to be colocated with ISCA on June 24th in Toronto, Canada. The deadline is May 16th. Submit your best early work!
  • April 2017: Bolt presented in ASPLOS! Check out the slides and demo!
  • April 2017: Pliant presented in the WAX workshop in ASPLOS! Check out the slides!
  • February 2017: Created a Hall of Fame for ASPLOS! You can also find the complete information here. For any suggestions/comments or corrections, feel free to send me an email at: delimitrou@cornell.edu
  • January 2017: Upcoming ASPLOS paper now available: Bolt.
  • January 2017: An early paper on Bolt appears in the Jul-Dec issue of Computer Architecture Letters (CAL)!