Mayank Mishra

Mayank Mishra
Tata Consultancy Services Limited | TCS · TCS Innovation Labs

PhD

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Big data analytics has seen a widespread deployment in past decade. Businesses ranging from retailers to healthcare petroleum exploration all dig deep into their data repositories to mine for business intelligence. Although, information and tutorials big data analytics are widely available over the Internet most of them cover only the practitioner...
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In this paper, we present a survey of "on-disk" data processing (ODDP). ODDP, which is a form of near-data processing, refers to the computing arrangement where the secondary storage drives have the data processing capability. Proposed ODDP schemes vary widely in terms of the data processing capability, target applications, architecture and the kin...
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In the era of Big Data, the mining for intelligence from multi-dimensional forms of data (namely, Volume, Variety, Velocity, Variability and Veracity) has become imperative for business and scientific growth. Hadoop, due to its simplicity and rich (& evolving) Ecosystem (MapReduce, HDFS, Hive, HBase, Spark, etc.) has enabled this growth with the ca...
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Maintaining a high and efficient resource utilization level is highly desirable in a cloud based data center. This keeps the costs low for both the cloud provider and users. However, managing and allocating resources to different hosted applications is challenging. The reason is the diverse set of data center resources namely computing, memory, sto...
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We propose and design a new Block I/O scheduling scheme called Bulk I/O Dispatch (BID) suited for disk intensive MapReduce applications. Large data access by such applications result in a large number of block I/O requests which have the potential to be sequentialized. However, due to contention by other applications and the way current I/O schedul...
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Existing VM placement schemes have measured their effectiveness solely by looking either Physical Machine's resources(CPU, memory) or network resource. However, real applications use all resource types to varying degrees. The result of applying existing placement schemes to VMs running real applications is a fragmented data center where resources a...
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To date, virtual machine (VM) placement has traditionally been viewed as a bin packing problem where a number of virtual machines need to be placed on a given number of physical machines. The goal of bin packing based approach is to minimize the number of physical machines (PMs) used. However, the resource utilization of VMs is dynamic unlike stati...
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As businesses move their critical IT operations to multi-tenant cloud data centers, it is becoming increasingly important to provide network performance guarantees to individual tenants. Due to the impact of network congestion on the performance of many common cloud applications, recent work has focused on enabling network reservation for individua...
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The goal of this project is to provide a low cost open source Remote Desktop based computing environment to users by using Virtualization Technology and existing open source software and tools. In this project, we have used LTSP (Linux Terminal Server Project) [1] to access Remote Desktop and Xen [2] hypervisor to provide virtual desktop environmen...
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In this paper, we present the methodologies used in existing literature for Virtual Machine (VM) placement, load balancing and server consolidation in a data center environment. While the methodologies may seem fine on the surface, certain drawbacks and anomalies can be uncovered when they are analyzed deeper. We point out those anomalies and drawb...
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IEEE 802.11 based wireless LANs (WLAN) are ubiquitous nowadays. Running real time voice and video applications over LANs is becoming common place. These applications require QoS in terms of delay, throughput etc. But 802.11 does not have inherent QoS support. Since 802.11 has a large installation base providing QoS in 802.11 WLANs is an important i...
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Running real time applications over wireless LANs is becoming common place. These applications require QoS. But the most widely used wireless LAN, IEEE 802.11, does not have QoS support. Hence, providing QoS in 802.11 WLANs is an important issue due to its large installation base. In this paper, we propose a priority based service differentiation m...

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Scope of DB acceleration using non-CPU HW platforms.