Best Practices – Dynamic Tuning for Energy Efficiency

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tomerIn this video from the 2016 Stanford HPC Conference, Tomer Y. Morad from the Cornell Institute presents: Best Practices – Dynamic Tuning for Energy Efficiency.

“Today’s server systems provide many knobs which influence energy efficiency and performance. Some of these knobs control the behavior of the operating systems, whereas others control the behavior of the hardware itself. Choosing the optimal configuration of the knobs is critical for energy efficiency. In this talk recent research results will be presented, including examples of big data applications that consume less energy when dynamic tuning is employed.”

Tomer Y. Morad is a Startup Postdoc at the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech, where he is researching ways to dynamically tune server systems for higher energy efficiency. He completed his Ph.D. at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology in 2015, specializing in energy-efficient system resource allocation. Prior to Cornell Tech, Tomer has co-founded transSpot, a provider of systems for digital signage and public transportation. Tomer held senior positions in the industry, including CEO of transSpot and Chief Security Officer at Horizon Semiconductors.

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