Stellar

Stellar

Eskil Steenberg

Eskil Steenberg

Stockholm,

Stellar is a software platform for controlling elaborate LED lighting setups.

Networking, Virtual Reality, Modern Code, Internet of Things

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Stellar is a protable highly multithreded application that can controll hundreds of thousands of lights at 100+Hz.

Stellar lets you design and map complex lighting setups in full 3D, so that lighting effects can be controlled with high precission.

Stellar then gives the user a familliar 3D application interface to design and animate light effects, using a powerfull plugin system where the user can combine layers of filters to create a wide range of effects.

Finally Stellar lets users play bak these effects in like a DJ, where they can controll selected prameters and tie them to music and hardware devices such as Midi, and game controllers.

Stellar works on multiple platforms and supports VR.

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Minlan Y. updated status

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Minlan Yu

Trumpet: Timely and Precise Triggers in Data Centers:

As data centers grow larger and strive to provide tight performance and availability SLAs, their monitoring infrastructure must move from passive systems that provide aggregated inputs to human operators, to active systems that enable programmed control. In this paper, we propose Trumpet, an event monitoring system that leverages CPU resources and end-host programmability, to monitor every packet and report events at millisecond timescales. Trumpet users can express many network-wide events, and the system efficiently detects these events using triggers at end-hosts. Using careful design, Trumpet can evaluate triggers by inspecting every packet at full line rate even on future generations of NICs, scale to thousands of triggers per end-host while bounding packet processing delay to a few microseconds, and report events to a controller within 10 milliseconds, even in the presence of attacks. We demonstrate these properties using an implementation of Trumpet, and also show that it allows operators to describe new network events such as detecting correlated bursts and loss, identifying the root cause of transient congestion, and detecting short-term anomalies at the scale of a data center tenant.

http://www.cs.yale.edu/homes/yu-minlan/writeup/sigcomm16.pdf

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Miguel Ponce de Leon

The networking architecture underlying the Internet is straining at the seams when it comes to deploying new applications and services. The Internet originally designed in the late 60s, never considered mobility, security, or quality of service as core features, which is now causing huge issues for the operations and performance of application deployments today. Patching up the current Internet is not proving to be successful, it is time to rearchitect how the Internet could and should be used for the future.

Drawing on my 20 years+ experience of developing web and mobile based software systems, along with working with a set of researchers on advancing the design and implementation of the innovative internals of RINA (Recursive InterNetwork Architecture), I want to show how RINA is a new way of delivering a computer network architecture that unifies distributed computing and telecommunication technologies to provide a performant network layer for edge computing and web applications.

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