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CMG imPACt 2017 will be presented in New Orleans, Louisiana November 6 – 9, 2017 at the Loews New Orleans Hotel
Some exciting changes are in the works for imPACt 2017 including:
- Modernized content delivery
- Updated pricing
- Varying types of educational material
- New community opportunities
- Enhanced vendor partner involvement
imPACt 2017 will still provide all the educational content of the highest quality CMG has always offered….just differently!
2017 Speakers Include...
Engineering Leader, Netflix
Netflix streaming service serves over 100m customers around the world. The demand for streaming is not constant, rising and falling throughout the day. Rather than maintain constant capacity for peak demand we deploy and retire enough virtual machines to build a small data center every 24-48 hours. This talk will reveal some of the logistics around managing large capacity in a dynamically changing environment including some of the tools we use for deployment, monitoring and performance tuning of our service. Ed Hunter is the manager of the Performance and Operating Systems group for the streaming service at Netflix. His team helps the owners of the applications which comprise Netflix tune and configure their service for maximum efficiency at reasonable cost. Prior to Netflix he spent time as a director of software at Juniper Networks and Sun Microsystems.
Daniel Menasce, PhD
Professor of Computer Science, George Mason University
A system composed of n heterogenous servers receives jobs to be processed. A front-end dispatcher submits d (d < n) copies of each job to the queue of each of the d chosen servers. The copy that completes first causes the cancellation of each of the other d-1 copies, which can be executing or in the queue for a server. Jobs are considered to belong to different classes. This paper evaluates job execution time statistics as a function of (1) the average job arrival rate from a Poisson process, (2) the distribution of job service times for each class, (3) the processing capacity of each server, (4) the job replication policy.
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2017 Call for Papers is now open!
2017 Subject Areas:
Application Performance Management (APM), testing and modeling, web performance, workload optimization, Software Performance Engineering, systems/storage/networking performance across all platforms
Capacity & Management
Monitoring, collecting, analyzing and reporting of capacity data, data visualization, ITIL, Management, Finance
Capacity and Performance topics related to operating systems and applications that run on IBM z System mainframes
Cloud, Big Data, Mobile, IoT, Security, Cognitive / Machine Learning, High Performance Computing; Industry Trends, Culture and Organization, Careers
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