Sun 14 Jun 2015 16:50 - 17:15 at C123 - Optimizing Garbage Collection Chair(s): Richard Jones

Forseti is a principled approach for holistic memory management that permits a sysadmin to specify the total physical memory resource that may be shared between all concurrent virtual machines on a physical node. Forseti models the heap size versus application throughput for each virtual machine, and seeks to maximize the combined throughput of the set of VMs based on concepts from economic utility theory. We evaluate the Forseti system using a standard Java managed runtime, i.e. OpenJDK. Our results demonstrate that Forseti enables dramatic reductions (up to 5x) in heap footprint without compromising application execution times.

Sun 14 Jun

ismm-2015-papers
16:00 - 17:15: Research Papers - Optimizing Garbage Collection at C123
Chair(s): Richard JonesUniversity of Kent
ismm-2015-papers143429040000016:00 - 16:25
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Jonathan ShidalWashington University, Ari J. SpiloWashington University, Paul T. ScheidWashington University, Ron K. CytronWashington University, Krishna M. KaviUniversity of North Texas
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ismm-2015-papers143429190000016:25 - 16:50
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ismm-2015-papers143429340000016:50 - 17:15
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Callum CameronUniversity of Glasgow, Jeremy SingerUniversity of Glasgow, David VengerovOracle
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