DataX: A system for Data eXchange and transformation of streams

The exponential growth in smart sensors and rapid progress in 5G networks is creating a world awash with data streams. However, a key barrier to building perfor- mant multi-sensor, distributed stream processing applications is high programming complexity. We propose DataX, a novel platform that improves programmer productivity by enabling easy exchange, transformations, and fusion of data streams. DataX abstraction simplifies the application’s specification and exposes parallelism and dependencies among the application functions (microservices). DataX runtime automatically sets up appropriate data communication mechanisms, enables effortless reuse of microservices and data streams across applications, and leverages serverless computing to transform, fuse, and auto-scale microservices. DataX makes it easy to write, deploy and reliably operate distributed applications at scale. Synthesizing these capabilities into a single platform is substantially more transformative than any available stream processing system.

ECO: Edge-Cloud Optimization of 5G applications

In The 21st IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing (CCGrid 2021), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Centralized cloud computing with 100+ milliseconds network latencies cannot meet the tens of milliseconds to sub- millisecond response times required for emerging 5G applications like autonomous driving, smart manufacturing, tactile internet, and augmented or virtual reality. We describe … Continue reading ECO: Edge-Cloud Optimization of 5G applications

I'm the science (aka my first publication)

In these last days my first paper had been published. The title of the paper is "A GPGPU Transparent Virtualization Component for High Performance Computing Clouds". It's an article about gVirtuS: the implementation, the usage and a comparison with other software that aim to accomplish to do the same job (seriously in the real world … Continue reading I'm the science (aka my first publication)