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(Research) Case Study on the Cost of Migration / (Skills) Introduction to Django

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Case Study on the Cost of Migration, Sherif Akoush

We propose a system that makes use of renewable energy that is otherwise lost. The viability of such an architecture is dependent on harnessing enough energy to carry out a useful amount of computation without consuming a significant part of it for migrations between datacentres. In this work, we present a simple and approximate case study to illustrate a broad overview of (i) the magnitude of energy that can be extracted from renewable energy resources and (ii) the overhead (in terms of energy and virtual machine availability) of migration in the architecture. It is by no means an exact model though it is sufficient to provide a useful insight on the system’s viability.

Introduction to Django, Mattias Linnap

Two weeks ago Bogdan finished his talk with the suggestion that you should build a website during your PhD. I will introduce my new favourite web framework, Django, and give a short demonstration.

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