I am a fourth year PhD student in Computer Science at North Carolina State University.
My advisor is Prof. Xiaohui (Helen) Gu. I am a member of DANCE (Distributed system research on Autonomy, resilieNce, Collaboration, and Energy) Group.
My general research interests are in the areas of systems, with a current focus on applying static code analysis and machine learning techniques on cloud computing and system reliability.
I received my Master degree in 2014 and Bachelor degree in 2011 from Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China.
Cloud infrastructures and distributed applications become increasingly complex.
We are thirsting for an easy-to-use cloud application deployment tool.
This tool needs elasticity for dynamic environments,
e.g., support geographically distributed hosts,
well-handle cloud system anomalies, and dynamically balance workloads.
The CCM project aims to present this exactly easy-to-use application deployment tool. It has automatic component composition and instantiation. More importantly, it has an elastically auto-scaling mechanism to handle overload conditions, resource contentions, and system anomalies.
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