CS Seminar: Khuzaima Daudjee - Learning to Cache through Predictive Execution
Speaker: Khuzaima Daudjee (Waterloo)
Title: Learning to Cache through Predictive Execution
Caching is a popular technique for bringing data closer to applications that are geographically distributed. I will present Apollo, our system that can learn data access patterns exhibited by applications to identify results of queries that, when predictively executed, can increase cache hit ratios and improve performance.
Khuzaima Daudjee's research interests are in designing and building large scale systems with a focus on storage systems, database systems, distributed systems and graph processing systems. He has served on program committees of major conferences such as VLDB, ICDCS, Middleware and is the recipient of a best paper award at the ACM Symposium on Cloud Computing.
Host: Srinivas Sampalli (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Room 430, Goldberg Computer Science BuildingCS Seminar: Khuzaima Daudjee - Learning to Cache through Predictive Execution