Starting today, our courses offered in the winter term 2022/23 can be found here.
The paper Hardless: A Generalized Serverless Compute Architecture for Hardware Processing Accelerators has been accepted at the 10th IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E 2022).
We present the architecture and initial implementation of an extensible and generalized serverless computing architecture that can support workloads for…
The paper Fusionize: Improving Serverless Application Performance through Feedback-Driven Function Fusion has been accepted at the International Conference on Cloud Engineering ( IC2E 2022 ).
We present a framework that automatically fuses different parts of the a FaaS application into functions and manages their interactions. Leveraging monitoring…
The workshop paper Network Emulation in Large-Scale Virtual Edge Testbeds: A Note of Caution and the Way Forward has been accepted at the 2nd International Workshop on Testing Distributed Internet of Things Systems (TDIS 2022).
We present a scalable approach to network emulation in large edge testbeds (PDF can be found at Publications).
The paper Streaming vs. Functions: A Cost Perspective on Cloud Event Processing has been accepted at the 10th IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E 2022).
We present a cost perspective of distributed stream processing and function-as-a-service (FaaS) for cloud event processing. (PDF can be found at Publications).
For our new research projects in mixed cloud/edge/fog/LEO environments, we're currently looking for 2-4 new PhD students.
Interested? More information is linked here.
The paper A Realistic Cyclist Model for SUMO Based on the SimRa Dataset has been accepted at the Mediterranean Communication and Computer Networking Conference (MedComNet'22).
We show that the bicycle simulation of the urban traffic simulation software SUMO is not realistic. We improve it by making the left-turn behavior, as well as the…
The paper Celestial: Virtual Software System Testbeds for the LEO Edge has been accepted at the 23rd International Middleware Conference.
We present an approach to test LEO edge software systems in the cloud with emulated servers (PDF can be found at Publications).
Additionally, we publish a technical report (PDF can be found at Publications).
Starting today, our courses offered in the summer term 2022 can be found here.
The paper Towards Distributed Coordination for Fog Platforms has been accepted at the 22nd IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing (CCGrid 2022).
We present a hybrid approach to configuration data management in the fog (PDF can be found at Publications).