The IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS) paper “Simplified Workflow Simulation on Clouds based on Computation and Communication Noisiness”, published by Roland Mathá and Prof. Radu Prodan et al. got awarded the Code Reviewed Reproducibility EXCELLENCE Badge.
The manuscript “The Workflow Trace Archive: Open-Access Data from Public and Private Computing Infrastructures” has been accepted for publication in the A* ranked IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS) journal. Authors: Laurens Versluis, Roland Mathá, Sacheendra Talluri, Tim Hegeman, Radu Prodan, Ewa Deelman, and Alexandru Iosup Abstract: Realistic, relevant, and reproducible experiments often […]
The first review of the ASPIDE project took place on 25.02.2020 in the premises of the European Commission in Luxemburg. During the project review, a live demo of the platform for supporting extreme scale applications was presented and future research and developing activities were discussed with the reviewers.
We are #ARTICONF, we are people. We are federating trust. Here is a photo of us today after our periodic review in Brussels. Thank you Peter Friess, @FraukeBehrendt, @joaomagalhaes, @gravesen for your feedback on our project of #decentralised #socialmedia ⛓️ pic.twitter.com/4ovzPJbHBj — ARTICONF (@articonf) February 20, 2020
Interview with @RaduProdanAAU at #ESMH The days when people work together in an office, are over…In the future, ‘teams’ will be social networks… able to connect to other federated networks of clouds and at the same time establish privacy and trust. https://t.co/GwaVaQTFFJ — ARTICONF (@articonf) January 30, 2020
The ITEC team participated in the HiPeac 2020 International Workshop on Exascale programing models for extreme data with a presentation with title “Monitoring data collection and mining for Exascale systems”. The ITEC team also attended the collocated ASPIDE meeting and actively participated in the decision of the next research activities in the project.
Title of the talk: Mobility-Aware Scheduling of Extreme Data Workflows across the Computing Continuum Abstract: The appearance of the Fog/Edge computing paradigm, as an emanation of the computing continuum closer to the edge of the network, unravels important opportunities for execution of complex business and scientific workflows near the data sources. The main characteristics of […]
The manuscript “Simplified Workflow Simulation on Clouds based on Computation and Communication Noisiness” has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems journal (TPDS) with an impact factor of 4.181. Authors: Roland Mathá, Sasko Ristov, Thomas Fahringer, Radu Prodan. Abstract: Many researchers rely on simulations to analyze and validate their […]