Can we speed up a CPU-bound server application that does complex in-memory processing under tight latency budget, by moving most of its in-memory state to Flash storage / SSD (which is ~500x slower than RAM) ? Can we achieve crash-tolerance via online process-pair replication and consistent virtual memory snapshotting in a CPU-bound system, while incurring negligible common-case performance hit? Can we speed up petabyte-scale “big data” query processing in a cluster by orders of magnitude while simultaneously reducing cost?
Bonfire is a fast growing, Madison-based, startup with two UW graduates a
part of our co-founding team. We have an opportunity that we are excited to
share with the UW Computer Science community. We are seeking an
undergraduate or graduate student or group of students who are proficient in
web/mobile application development. We are seeking students with
project can count as credit or be a freelance project.
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This is an exciting time in biomedical data science. It is now possible to collect substantial information about individuals and their encounters with health care. Our ultimate goal is to integrate this data, along with data and findings from those engaged in basic science, to identify new opportunities to improve health. Broad data sharing will further our progress towards this goal. However, data sharing poses both cultural and technological challenges.
Abstract: How do you get bits across the Internet 35% faster? At Cloudflare, a small team of engineers in central Illinois built Argo, an autonomous, adaptive routing layer on top of the Internet. Argo continuously measures Internet performance across Cloudflare’s network and intelligently identifies routing paths that are faster than vanilla BGP Internet routing. We solved many technology challenges building Argo — we built out a distributed network proxy capable of scaling to 10% of global web requests and analyzing event streams of hundreds of thousands of events per second.
CS Department Picnic! Brought to you by SACM (CS graduate student org):
The CS department Fall Picnic will be on Friday, Sept 22nd at 5 pm in Vilas Park! This picnic is for all CS undergraduates, graduates, faculty and staff. Families are also invited. Past picnics have featured volleyball, frisbee, touch football, soccer, and croquet in addition to the food and drink. The picnics are well attended by faculty and students alike.
Come join us for food, conversation, and sports. SACM will be providing burgers, brats, soda, and snacks. More details will be sent later.