Cake presented at SoCC

I just presented some of our work at Berkeley at SoCC, on “Cake: Enabling High-Level SLOs on Shared Storage.” It’s a coordinated, multi-resource scheduler for storage workloads, which enables consolidation of front-end and backend workloads while meeting high-level performance requirements of the front-end workload. Consolidation has advantages in terms of economic costs (reducing overprovisioning and underutilization), and also significantly reducing the latency of traditional unconsolidated copy-then-process analytics cycles.

A PDF of the paper and the slides from my presentation  are available on my research page.


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