I am a principal researcher at Microsoft Research. My interests are broadly in building and analyzing networked systems. Of late, I have worked on big-data platforms and datacenter networks. I completed my PhD in Computer Science from MIT in 2008.
10/19: Data-induced predicates accepted at VLDB’2020.
05/19: Summary of experiences for the samplers and QO rules that we shipped in production big-data clusters. Talk at VLDB 08/19.
07/18: Network + job-aware scheduling of cache tiers for data-parallel systems, NetCo, at SoCC. Best paper award.
06/18: Probabilistic predicates at SIGMOD and SIGMOD demo (best demo award). Post on MSR blog.
Current project: Lazy approximations
Past projects: Cluster scheduling, Seawall, Flyways, CloudCmp, Netmedic, Broom, EXpose, VL2, FatVAP, Sherlock, TeXCP, Flare, Kill-Bots