Ionel Gog is a PhD student at Cambridge and works in distributed systems and algorithms. In the past, he has interned in the Borg team and YouTube mobile teams at Google and in the Data Infrastructure team at Facebook.
He received the 2014 Google European Fellowship in Distributed Systems, which now supports his research. At CamSaS, Ionel is the lead developer of the Musketeer workflow manager and co-leads the Firmament project, building better schedulers for warehouse-scale clusters.
Talks I've Given
Accurate, flexible and scalable scheduling with Firmament
Featuring Ionel Gog
Scheduling work on large clusters is a challenging undertaking: thousands of containers must be placed rapidly, and may interact in complex ways on modern many-core servers. In this talk, we present Firmament, a new cluster scheduling platform developed at CamSaS, which achieves the “holy grail”...containersched firmament apache kubernetes mesos