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Systems Software for The Machine

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Most recent hardware advancement towards Non-Volatile Memory (NVM), photonic Interconnects, and heterogeneous multicore are dramatically changing the hardware architecture of modern computers. However, impacts on the systems software are even more profound. Last time a radical change in computer architecture was introduced with the DRAM , the operating systems and systems software also underwent substantial changes, such as virtual memory. These changes also introduce new types of failures and fault management.

In HP Labs, we are pursuing a novel computer, called The Machine. The Machine addresses the aforementioned advancement in hardware technology, but it also introduces operating systems support and new applications. In this talk, I will describe how we support NVM at different levels of software stack, such as managing NVM , programming NVM , and file systems. I will then present the impact on the next generation applications.

Bio: Dejan is a senior researcher and manager at HP Labs, Palo Alto, CA [1998-]. His areas of expertise include operating systems, distributed systems, and systems management. He worked in the OSF Research Institute, Cambridge, MA [1994-1998] and Institute “Mihajlo Pupin”, Belgrade, Serbia [1983-1991]. He received his PhD from University of Kaiserslautern, Germany (1993); and MSc/BSc from Belgrade University, Serbia (1983/86). Dejan has published over 150 papers and 2 books; he has 16 patents and 32 patent applications. Dejan is an IEEE Fellow, ACM Distinguished Engineer, and USENIX member. He was the IEEE Computer Society 2014 President. He is a founding Editor-in-Chief of IEEE ComputingNow. Dejan is a candidate for the IEEE Division VIII Director 2016-2018.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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