Data-Driven Techniques in Computing System Management

@article{Li2017DataDrivenTI,
  title={Data-Driven Techniques in Computing System Management},
  author={Tao Li and Chunqiu Zeng and Yexi Jiang and Wubai Zhou and Liang Tang and Zheng Liu and Yue Huang},
  journal={ACM Comput. Surv.},
  year={2017},
  volume={50},
  pages={45:1-45:43}
}
Modern forms of computing systems are becoming progressively more complex, with an increasing number of heterogeneous hardware and software components. As a result, it is quite challenging to manage these complex systems and meet the requirements in manageability, dependability, and performance that are demanded by enterprise customers. This survey presents a variety of data-driven techniques and applications with a focus on computing system management. In particular, the survey introduces… CONTINUE READING

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