Exploiting a Natural Network Effect for Scalable, Fine-grained Clock Synchronization.
λ-NIC: Interactive Serverless Compute on SmartNICs. Architectural Support for the Stream Execution Model on General-Purpose Processors. Professor Rosenblum research interests include system software, distributed systems, and computer architecture. Streamware: programming general-purpose multicore processors using streams.
Network Interface Design for Low Latency Request-Response Protocols.
Privacy notice: By enabling the option above, your browser will contact the API of web.archive.org to check for archived content of web pages that are no longer available. The Design and Implementation of a Log-Structured File System. , Since 2008, Rosenblum is a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery "for contributions to reinventing virtual machines", and had previously received the ACM SIGOPS Mark Weiser Award (2002). Executing irregular scientific applications on stream architectures. Terra: a virtual machine-based platform for trusted computing. Mendel Rosenblum: The Design and Implementation of a Log-Structured File-System. While we did signal Twitter to not track our users by setting the "dnt" flag, we do not have any control over how Twitter uses your data. Tiered Replication: A Cost-effective Alternative to Full Cluster Geo-replication. Stanford University
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Mendel Rosenblum was born in 1962. Virtualization Aware File Systems: Getting Beyond the Limitations of Virtual Disks. At the same time, Twitter will persistently store several cookies with your web browser. He went on to earn a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley. Add open access links from to the list of external document links (if available). Syst. The Design and Implementation of a Log-Structured File-System. The vMatrix: Equi-Ping Game Server Placement For Pre-Arranged First-Person-Shooter Multiplayer Matches. Mendel Rosenblum is a Cheriton Family Professor in the School Engineering with appointments in the Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Departments at Stanford University. Understanding Data Lifetime via Whole System Simulation (Awarded Best Paper!). Complete computer system simulation: the SimOS approach. The site facilitates research and collaboration in academic endeavors.
While at UVA, he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa. The case for RAMClouds: scalable high-performance storage entirely in DRAM. Gates Building 3-A, Room 354
He is also a co-founder VMware Inc. As the Chief Scientist of VMware for the company’s first 10 years he helped design and build virtualization technology for commodity computing platforms. Mendel Rosenblum is part of Stanford Profiles, official site for faculty, postdocs, students and staff information (Expertise, Bio, Research, Publications, and more). Virtual Machine Research and Technology Symposium. Using Network Knowledge to Improve Workload Performance in Virtualized Data Centers. Rosenblum is a professor of computer science at Stanford University.  His research group developed SimOS. All settings here will be stored as cookies with your web browser. λ-NIC: Interactive Serverless Compute on Programmable SmartNICs.
Impact of virtualization on computer architecture and operating systems. 25 Years ISCA: Retrospectives and Reprints. Scheduling and Page Migration for Multiprocessor Compute Servers.
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Virtual Appliances for Deploying and Maintaining Software. He received a BA in Math from the University of Virginia (1984) and a MS (1989) and PhD (1992) in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley.