Three new papers on edge computing from the group
With the joint efforts from Matthijs Jansen and Jesse Donkerviet (PhD students), we have three new research papers covering a wide range of topics in the edge-cloud computing contiunuum:
- The SPEC-RG Reference Architecture for the Compute Continuum, Matthijs Jansen, Auday Al-Dulaimy, Allesandro Vittorio Papadopoulos, Animesh Trivedi, Alexandru Iosup, The 23rd IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud, and Internet Computing, CCGRID, 2023.
Matthijs analyzes many prevalent edge computing architecture, synthesizes common concerns, and unify them in a single Reference Architecture. It is joint work with researchers in Sweden.
- Continuum: Automate Infrastructure Deployment and Benchmarking in the Compute Continuum, Matthijs Jansen, Linus Wagner, Animesh Trivedi, Alexandru Iosup, The First FastContinuum Workshop, ICPE FastContinuum, 2023.
In this work, we present the Continuum framework, https://github.com/atlarge-research/continuum, a single framework in which you can deploy a mix of bare-metal, cloud, containers (Kubernetes, KubeEdge), serverless (OpenWhisk) and VMs (with firecracker) on your premise or in the cloud. You can also emulate various network, storage, and CPU settings.
- Can My WiFi Handle the Metaverse? A Performance Evaluation Of Meta’s Flagship Virtual Reality Hardware, Jesse Donkervliet, Matthijs Jansen, Animesh Trivedi, Alexandru Iosup, 6th Workshop on Hot Topics in Cloud Computing Performance, ICPE HotCloudPerf, 2023.
In this work, Jesse and Matthijs explore the systems characteristics (CPU, network, memory) of Meta’s flagship AR/VR headset - what does it take to deliver the best performance with this. There are surprises.
The PDFs of these papers to become available soon. Stay tuned!
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