Ling Liu's SC13 paper "Large Graph Processing Without the Overhead" featured by HPCwire.
Another list highlighting Open Source Software Releases.
Second GraphLab workshop should be even bigger than the first! GraphLab is a new programming framework for graph-style data analytics.
A Brief Overview of the NEBULA Future Internet Architecture
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review (CCR), Volume 44, Issue 3, July 2014.
Tom Anderson1, Ken Birman2, Robert Broberg3, Matthew Caesar4, Douglas Comer5, Chase Cotton6, Michael J. Freedman7, Andreas Haeberlen8, Zachary G. Ives8, Arvind Krishnamurthy1, William Lehr9, Boon Thau Loo8, David Mazières10,
Antonio Nicolosi11, Jonathan M. Smith8, Ion Stoica12, Robbert van Renesse2, Michael Walfish13, Hakim Weatherspoon2, Christopher S. Yoo8
1 University of Washington
2 Cornell University
3 Cisco Systems
4 University of Illinois
5 Purdue University
6 University of Delaware
7 Princeton University
8 University of Pennsylvania
9 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
10 Stanford University
11 Stevens Institute of Technology
12 University of California, Berkeley
13 University of Texas, Austin
NEBULA is a proposal for a Future Internet Architecture. It is based on the assumptions that: (1) cloud computing will comprise an increasing fraction of the application workload offered to an Internet, and (2) that access to cloud computing resources will demand new architectural features from a network. Features that we have identified include dependability, security, flexibility and extensibility, the entirety of which constitute resilience.
NEBULA provides resilient networking services using ultrareliable routers, an extensible control plane and use of multiple paths upon which arbitrary policies may be enforced. We report on a prototype system, Zodiac, that incorporates these latter two features.
FULL PAPER: pdf