Accepted papers

The list of accepted regular papers is as follows (in no particular order):

  • All-spark: Leveraging Simulation Test Directly in Production Environment to Detect System Bottlenecks in Large Scale Web System by Julia Lin (Alibaba).
  • QueCC: A Queue-oriented, Control-free Concurrency Architecture by Thamir M. Qadah (Purdue University); Mohammad Sadoghi (University of California, Davis).
  • Size Matters: Improving the Performance of Small Files in Hadoop by Salman Niazi (KTH, Logical Clocks, RISE SICS); Jim Dowling, Seif Haridi (KTH); Mikael Ronström (Oracle); Jim Dowling (Logical Clocks).
  • CRIMES: Using Evidence to Secure the Cloud by Sundaresan Rajasekaran, Harpreet Singh Chawla, Zhen Ni, Neel Shah (George Washington University); Emery Berger (University of Massachusetts Amherst); Timothy Wood (George Washington University).
  • Olympian: Scheduling GPU Usage in a Deep Neural Network Model Serving System by Yitao Hu (University of Southern California); Swati Rallapalli, Bongjun Ko (Thomas J. Watson Research Center); Ramesh Govindan (University of Southern California).
  • SpinStreams: a Static Optimization Tool for Data Stream Processing Applications by Gabriele Mencagli (University of Pisa, Italy); Patrizio Dazzi (ISTI-CNR, Italy); Nicolò Tonci (University of Pisa, Italy).
  • SPADE: Tuning scale-out OLTP on modern RDMA clusters by Georgios Chatzopoulos (EPFL); Aleksandar Dragojevic (Microsoft Research); Rachid Guerraoui (EPFL).
  • Adaptive Software Cache Management by Gil Einziger (Nokia Bell Labs); Ohad Eytan, Roy Friedman (Technion); Benjamin Manes (Independent).
  • RockFS: Cloud-backed File System Resilience to Client-Side Attacks by David R. Matos, Miguel L. Pardal (INESC-ID, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal); Georg Carle (Technical University of Munich, Department of Informatics, Germany); Miguel Correia (INESC-ID, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal).
  • Distributed transactional reads: the strong, the quick, the fresh & the impossible by Alejandro Z. Tomsic (Inria & Sorbonne Université); Manuel Bravo (Université Catholique de Louvain la Neuve); Marc Shapiro (Inria & Sorbonne Université).
  • Gemini: Distributed Crash Recovery with Persistent Caches by Shahram Ghandeharizadeh, Haoyu Huang (University of Southern California).
  • Pythia: Improving Datacenter Utilization via Precise Contention Prediction for Multiple Co-located Workloads by Ran Xu (Purdue University); Subrata Mitra (Adobe Research); Jason Rahman (Facebook); Peter Bai (Purdue University); Bowen Zhou (LinkedIn); Greg Bronevetsky (Google); Saurabh Bagchi (Purdue University).
  • Omni: An Application Framework for Seamless Device-to-Device Interaction in the Wild by Tomasz Kalbarczyk, Christine Julien (The University of Texas at Austin).
  • PreDict: Predictive Dictionary Maintenance for Message Compression in Publish/Subscribe by Christoph Doblander, Arash Khatayee, Hans-Arno Jacobsen (TU München).
  • EActors: Fast and flexible trusted computing using SGX by Vasily A. Sartakov, Stefan Brenner (TU Braunschweig); Sonia Ben Mokhtar, Sara Bouchenak (INSA Lyon); Gaël Thomas (Telecom SudParis); Rüdiger Kapitza (TU Braunschweig).
  • sgx-perf: A Performance Analysis Tool for Intel SGX Enclaves by Nico Weichbrodt (TU Braunschweig); Pierre-Louis Aublin (Imperial College London); Rüdiger Kapitza (TU Braunschweig).
  • Speculative Read-write Locks by Shady Issa, Paolo Romano, Tiago Lopes (INESC-ID / IST).
  • GeneaLog: Fine-Grained Data Streaming Provenance at the Edge by Dimitris Palyvos Giannas, Vincenzo Gulisano, Marina Papatriantafilou (Chalmers University of Technology).
  • Adaptive Execution of Continuous and Data-intensive Workflows with Machine Learning by Sérgio Esteves, Helena Galhardas, Luís Veiga (INESC-ID, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa).
  • Aggressive Synchronization with Partial Processing for Iterative ML Jobs on Clusters by Shaoqi Wang, Wei Chen, Aidi Pi, Xiaobo Zhou (University of Colorado, Colorado Springs).
  • SpecRPC: A General Framework for Performing Speculative Remote Procedure Calls by Xinan Yan, Arturo Pie Joa, Bernard Wong, Benjamin Cassell, Tyler Szepesi, Malek Naouach, Disney Lam (University of Waterloo).
  • FireDeX: a Prioritized IoT Data Exchange Middleware for Emergency Response by Kyle E. Benson, Georgios Bouloukakis (Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, University of California, Irvine, USA); Casey Grant (NFPA); Valerie Issarny (MiMove Team, Inria, France); Sharad Mehrotra (Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, University of California, Irvine, USA); Ioannis Moscholios (Dept. of Informatics & Telecommunications, University of Peloponnese, Tripolis, Greece); Nalini Venkatasubramanian (Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, University of California, Irvine, USA).