||Sun Jan 26 14:38:37 2014
January 2014: None of the authors are at IBM Research any more,
but I was still pleased to hear that our
paper "ELI: Bare-Metal Performance for
I/O Virtualization" has won IBM Research's Pat Goldberg
Memorial Best Paper Award for 2012.
January 2014: "Ginseng:
Market-Driven Memory Allocation" will be presented
November 2013: Our latest
paper, "Ginseng: Market-Driven
Memory Allocation" (in the cloud), is now available!
July 2013: The paper
and slides from my talk
"The nonkernel: A Kernel Designed for the Cloud" at APSYS'13 are
June 2013: I will be attending (most
of) ISCA 2013 in
Tel-Aviv (at last, no flying required!)
2013, in Haifa, where I'll also present
paper in the "Highlight Papers" track.
June 2013: Our paper "The nonkernel: A Kernel Designed for the
Cloud" will appear at
the 4th Asia-Pacific
Workshop on Systems (APSYS 2013).
May 2013: I am at
2013 HotOS workshop.
Apr 2013: Our latest paper pushing the boundaries of
high-performance I/O virtualization, "High Performance I/O
Interposition in Virtual
Systems", is now
Mar 2013: Slides from my talk at
Technion Cyberday are
Dec 2012: After ten fruitful years, I have
Research and am now available for select
consulting engagements, through the boutique consultancy
Hypervisor Technologies and Consulting Ltd. (website coming
soon....). If this sounds
interesting, shoot me an
- 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) in
Computer Science from the Open
University of Israel and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer
Science at 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.
Muli has co-authored over thirty
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.
When not rethinking how we build system software for his Ph.D. or
spending time with his family, Muli provides selected clients with
consulting services through Hypervisor
Technologies and Consulting Ltd.
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