Séminaire LMCS (Pr. Jalil BOUKHOBZA, Lab-STICC/ENSTA-Bretagne, Brest, France) - Lundi 30 octobre 2023, 13h, Salle Visio

 Storage in the Cloud, data placement issues and some (possible) solutions 

Dans le cadre des activités du laboratoire LMCS, nous avons le grand plaisir de vous annoncer la visite du Pr Jalil BOUKHOBZA, enseignant et chercheur en informatique au Laboratoire Lab-STICC de l’ENSTA Bretagne (Brest, France), le lundi 30 octobre 2023. Il animera, à partir de 13h à la salle Visio, une conférence très intéressante et d’actualités dont l’intitulé est « Storage in the Cloud, data placement issues and some (possible) solutions ».

Ce séminaire est destiné en particulier aux doctorants, aux étudiants en fin d’études et aux jeunes enseignants-chercheurs. Nous encourageons le public cible à assister à cet évènement scientifique.

Pr. Jalil BOUKHOBZA Full Professor at Lab-STICC – UMR CNRS 6285 ENSTA-Bretagne, a French State Graduate, Post-Graduate and Research Institute—Brest, France

Biography: Jalil Boukhobza is Professor at the ENSTA-Bretagne, a French State Graduate, Post-Graduate and Research Institute. He received the electrical engineering (with Hons.) degree from the Institut Nationale d’Electricite et d’electronique (I.N.E.L.E.C) Boumerdes, Algeria, in 1999, and the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from the University of Versailles, Francein 2000 and 2004, respectively. He was a research fellow at the PRiSM Laboratory (University of Versailles) from 2004 to 2006.
He was an associate professor in the University Bretagne Occidentale, Brest, France, from 2006 to 2020 and is a member of Lab-STICC. He was a visiting researcher at the polytechnic university of Hong Kong. He has been also working with the Technology Research Institute (IRT) bcom on Cloud projets since 2013. He is currently leading the SHAKER (Software/HArdware and unKnown Environment inteRactions) team of the Lab-STICC composed of more than 50 researchers working on various topics related to optimization of software / hardware systems according to the constraints and hazards related to their environment. His main research interests include storage system design, performance evaluation and energy optimization, and operating system design.
He works on different application domains such as embedded systems, cloud computing, and database systems.
Abstract: For half a century, access to storage systems has been the main bottleneck in data-intensive computing systems. This is the case for many of today’s applications, a significant proportion of which are offloaded to run in the cloud. One of the reasons for using the cloud, is easy and cheap access to significant computing resources. As far as storage is concerned, several technologies exist, with very different characteristics and costs. Cloud service providers therefore need to use available storage systems and technologies intelligently and efficiently, so as to get the best out of them to meet customers’ quality of service requirements. The aim of this presentation is to raise awareness of the problem of data storage in the Cloud, and to present a few examples of solutions we designed.

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