Mrittika Ganguli

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In a cloud service management environment, service level agreements (SLA) define the expectation of quality (Quality-of-Service) for managing performance loss in a given service-hosting environment comprising of a pool of compute resources. Typically, complexity of resource inter-dependencies in a server system often results to sub-optimal behaviors leading(More)
Chip multiprocessors are subject to performance degradation due to inefficient cache management. Conventional cache distribution schemes treat all cores equally, leading to cache-contention issues caused by thrashing behaviors. This paper presents an automation tool that ensures optimal cache-sharing amongst cores executing workloads concurrently and(More)
Typically, complex resource-interdependence and heterogeneous workload patterns can result in sub-optimal job allocation leading to performance loss or under-utilization of compute resources. A well behaved model can anticipate the demand patterns and proactively react to the dynamic stresses in a timely and well optimized manner. For a workload hosting(More)
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