Diego Didona
Diego Didona
PhD, Visiting Scientist @ IBM Research Europe (Zurich lab)
Verified email at zurich.ibm.com - Homepage
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Transactional Auto Scaler: Elastic Scaling of Replicated In-Memory Transactional Data Grids
D Didona, P Romano, S Peluso, F Quaglia
ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems (TAAS) 9 (2), 2014
85*2014
Identifying the optimal level of parallelism in transactional memory systems
D Didona, P Felber, D Harmanci, P Romano, J Schenker
Proceedings of the International Conference on Networked Systems, NETYS …, 2013
82*2013
Job-aware Scheduling in Eagle: Divide and Stick to Your Probes
P Delgado, D Didona, F Dinu, W Zwaenepoel
ACM Symposium on Cloud Computing, 2016
61*2016
Enhancing performance prediction robustness by combining analytical modeling and machine learning
D Didona, F Quaglia, P Romano, E Torre
Proceedings of the 6th ACM/SPEC International Conference on Performance …, 2015
492015
{TRIAD}: Creating Synergies Between Memory, Disk and Log in Log Structured Key-Value Stores
O Balmau, D Didona, R Guerraoui, W Zwaenepoel, H Yuan, A Arora, ...
2017 {USENIX} Annual Technical Conference ({USENIX}{ATC} 17), 363-375, 2017
402017
Proteustm: Abstraction meets performance in transactional memory
D Didona, N Diegues, AM Kermarrec, R Guerraoui, R Neves, P Romano
Proceedings of the Twenty-First International Conference on Architectural …, 2016
322016
Automated workload characterization in cloud-based transactional data grids
B Ciciani, D Didona, P Di Sanzo, R Palmieri, S Peluso, F Quaglia, ...
2012 IEEE 26th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium …, 2012
322012
Using Analytical Models to Bootstrap Machine Learning Performance Predictors
D Didona, P Romano
IEEE International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems (ICPADS), 2015
24*2015
Supports for transparent object-migration in PDES systems &star
S Peluso, D Didona, F Quaglia
Journal of Simulation 6 (4), 279-293, 2012
24*2012
A Flexible Framework for Accurate Simulation of Cloud In-Memory Data Stores
P Di Sanzo, F Quaglia, B Ciciani, A Pellegrini, D Didona, P Romano, ...
Elsevier Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory (SIMPAT), 2014
192014
Performance Modelling of Partially Replicated In-Memory Transactional Stores
D Didona, P Romano
IEEE International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of …, 2014
182014
Kairos: Preemptive Data Center Scheduling Without Runtime Estimates
P Delgado, D Didona, F Dinu, W Zwaenepoel
ACM Symposium on Cloud Computing (SoCC), 2018
142018
Size-aware Sharding For Improving Tail Latencies in In-memory Key-value Stores
D Didona, W Zwaenepoel
16th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation, 2019
132019
Okapi: Causally consistent geo-replication made faster, cheaper and more available
D Didona, K Spirovska, W Zwaenepoel
arXiv preprint arXiv:1702.04263, 2017
132017
Integrated monitoring of infrastructures and applications in cloud environments
R Palmieri, P di Sanzo, F Quaglia, P Romano, S Peluso, D Didona
European Conference on Parallel Processing, 45-53, 2011
122011
Causal consistency and latency optimality: friend or foe?
D Didona, R Guerraoui, J Wang, W Zwaenepoel
Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment 11 (11), 1618-1632, 2018
112018
Wren: Nonblocking reads in a partitioned transactional causally consistent data store
K Spirovska, D Didona, W Zwaenepoel
2018 48th Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems …, 2018
112018
Hybrid Machine Learning/Analytical Models for Performance Prediction: A Tutorial
D Didona, P Romano
Proceedings of the 6th ACM/SPEC International Conference on Performance …, 2015
112015
Self-tuning in distributed transactional memory
M Couceiro, D Didona, L Rodrigues, P Romano
Transactional memory. foundations, algorithms, tools, and applications, 418-448, 2015
82015
Optimistic causal consistency for geo-replicated key-value stores
K Spirovska, D Didona, W Zwaenepoel
2017 IEEE 37th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems …, 2017
72017
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