A busy month of June for TUD's ParaDIME members
The month of June has been a busy month for TUD: ParaDIME members presented a total of three papers at three different conferences. In the beginning of June, Thomas Knauth presented his work titled "DreamServer: Truly On-Demand Cloud Services" at the Israeli Systems and Storage conference (SYSTOR). At the end of June, Thomas gave an invited talk to present his work on efficient synchronization of gigabyte-sized binary data at the USENIX Annual Technical Conference. His work won the Best Paper Award at USENIX LISA last year.
TUD's activity in June was rounded off by Frezewd Lemma's presentation of his work titled "PowerCass: Energy Efficient, Consistent Hashing Based Storage for Micro Clouds Based Infrastructure" at the 7th IEEE Cloud conference which took place in Alaska from June 27 to July 2. We are also happy to announce that Frezewd's work won the Best Student Paper Award.
As for upcoming conference where TUD will present work done in the context of ParaDIME: next up is the HotSDN workshop in August. Thomas will present a poster paper with the title "Sloth: SDN-enabled Activity-based Virtual Machine Deployment".