Giovanni Matteo Fumarola

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Datacenter-scale computing for analytics workloads is increasingly common. High operational costs force heterogeneous applications to share cluster resources for achieving economy of scale. Scheduling such large and diverse workloads is inherently hard, and existing approaches tackle this in two alternative ways: 1) centralized solutions offer strict,(More)
An effective way to increase utilization and reduce costs in datacenters is to co-locate their latency-critical services and batch workloads. In this paper, we describe systems that harvest spare compute cycles and storage space for co-location purposes. The main challenge is minimizing the performance impact on the services, while accounting for their(More)
Latency to end-users and regulatory requirements push large companies to build data centers all around the world. The resulting data is “born” geographically distributed. On the other hand, many machine learning applications require a global view of such data in order to achieve the best results. These types of applications form a new class of learning(More)
Recent developments in Big Data frameworks are moving towards reservation based approaches as a mean to manage the increasingly complex mix of computations, whereas preemption techniques are employed to meet strict jobs deadlines. Within this work we propose and evaluate a new planning algorithm in the context of reservation based scheduling. Our approach(More)
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