Each student will lead 1 discussion on a selected research paper on Cloud Computing (or related topic) during the semester.
- Guidelines for Paper Presenters
- Selecting a Paper
- Grading Rubric - Technical Content (50%)
- Grading Rubric - Communication Effectiveness (50%)
For the days that you are not presenting a paper (i.e. most days), you have a reduced but still important role: reading the paper in advance and preparing for the class discussion.
|0||Jan 21||Jeff Shafer||"Above the Clouds: A Berkeley View of Cloud Computing"
(Note: No summary document is needed for this introductory paper)
|1||Jan 28||Jeff Shafer||(Systems) "MapReduce: Simplified Data Processing on Large Clusters" by Jeffrey Dean and Sanjay Ghemawat (OSDI 2004)
|2||Feb 9||Chris Liu||(Systems) "The Google File System" by Sanjay Ghemawat et al. (SOSP 2003)|
|3||Feb 16||James Rinaldi||(Security) "Provable data possession at untrusted stores" by Giuseppe Ateniese et. al. (CCS 2007)|
|4||Feb 23||Jeff Shafer||(Networking) "Jupiter Rising: A Decade of Clos Topologies and Centralized Control in Google's Datacenter Network" by Arjun Singh et. al. (SIGCOMM 2015)|
|5||Mar 1||Patrick Holmes||(Networking) "Rethinking the Network Stack for Rack-scale Computers" by Paolo Costa et. al. (HotCloud'14)|
|6||Mar 8||Pranavi Yalamanchili||(Networking) "Inside the Social Network's (Datacenter) Network" by Arjun Roy et. al. (SIGCOMM 2015)|
|7||Mar 29||David Ngo||(Benchmarking) "Clearing the Clouds: A Study of Emerging Scale-out Workloads on Modern Hardware" by M. Ferdman et. al. (ASPLOS 2012)|
|8||Apr 5||David De La Vega||(Gaming) "On the Quality of Service of Cloud Gaming Systems" by Kuan-Ta Chen et. al. (IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, Vol 16, Issue 2, 2013)|
|9||Apr 12||Alexander Murray||(Security) "Hey, You, Get Off of My Cloud: Exploring Information Leakage in Third-Party Compute Clouds" by Thomas Ristenpart et. al. (CCS 2009)|
|10||Apr 19||Matthew Schafer||(Systems) "Gordon: Using Flash Memory to Build Fast, Power-efﬁcient Clusters for Data-intensive Applications" by Adrian Caulﬁeld et. al. (ASPLOS 2009)|
|11||Apr 26||Jeff Shafer||(Power) "Underprovisioning Backup Power Infrastructure for Datacenters" by Di Wang et. al. (ASPLOS 2014)|