||Wed Jul 15 20:49:10 2015
July 2015: It was bound to happen eventually. My M.Sc.
thesis, "The nom
Profit-Maximizing Operating System", is now available. This, I
believe, is the future.
July 2015: Our latest
Self-Virtualizing Ethernet Devices", is now available. I will
be presenting it
2015. You should stop by if you want to know why it might be a
good idea to have a hypervisor in between your virtual machine and
the enterprise network.
April 2015: Slides from my
talk Market-Driven Resource
Allocation in Rack-Scale Systems, as presented at
International Workshop on Rack-Scale Systems (WRSC'15) are now
March 2015: 19 co-authored papers, 4
years, one consulting company, one startup, and one cool operating
system later, it's time to wrap up my M.Sc. Yes, for real. The
nom Profit-Maximizing Operating System" will take place on
April 1st (no joke...), at 2:30PM in the Technion, and anyone is
welcome to join.
- Older news.
Muli Ben-Yehuda is a systems researcher and an expert in the area of
machine and I/O virtualization. He holds a B.A. (cum laude)
from the Open University of
Israel and an M.Sc. in Computer Science from
the Technion -- Israel
Institute of Technology. From 2002 until 2012 he held senior
research and managerial positions
Research, where he was also an IBM Master Inventor. He is
currently solving hard startup problems
as Stratoscale's Chief
Muli has co-authored over forty
academic publications and holds over
twenty-five US patents in such areas as machine and I/O
virtualization, cloud computing, and operating system and hypervisor
design and implementation. His code and ideas are included in many
operating systems and hypervisors, including
the Linux kernel and
hypervisors. His work on The
Turtles Project: Design and Implementation of Nested
Virtualization has won the prestigious OSDI Jay Lepreau Best Paper
Award and the IBM Research Pat Goldberg Memorial Best Paper Award.
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