Event dates:

Thursday, December 8, 09:00 to Friday, December 9 2022, 17:00, Eastern Time

Progress Report Meetings

Meeting rooms at Polytechnique Montreal

  • Thursday December 8th 9:00 - 18:00, TBD
  • Friday December 9th 9:00 - 18:00, L-4812 Hackathon

Participation is by invitation. The target audience is the project participants and guests of the project sponsors.

Join the event online (Recording will also be available):

https://polymtl.webex.com/meet/michel.dagenais
Meeting Number: 739 543 248
+1-438-797-4001 Canada Toll (Montreal)
+1-647-484-1598 Canada Toll (Toronto)
Access code: 739 543 248

Thursday, December 8th: Presentations

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Start time End time Presenter Subject
9:00 9:15 Quentin Fournier Language Models for Novelty Detection in Kernel Traces
9:15 9:30 Andressa Oliveira Evolving Embedding Framework for Novelty Detection
9:30 9:45 Amir Hagshenas Cost Aware Tracing
9:45 10:00 Vithor Bertalan Discovering causal links in log files using machine learning
10:00 10:20 Coffee Break
10:20 10:50 EfficiOS Updates on LTTng
10:50 11:05 Farzam Dorostkar Hardware-assisted Tracing for Low Overhead Data Race Detection
11:05 11:20 Sébastien Darche Low-overhead trace collection and profiling on GPU compute kernels
11:20 11:35 David Piché Targeted Memory Runtime Analysis
11:35 12:10 Olivier Dion Libpatch - Dynamic patching of binaries in userspace
12:10 13:40 Lunch break - L4812
13:40 13:55 Benjamin Saint-Cyr Tracing Kubernetes
13:55 14:10 Eya-Tom Augustin Sangam Tracing tools for low latency micro services
14:10 14:25 Fariba Fateme Faraji Daneshgar Trace Compass, Data mining and Execution Comparison
14:25 14:40 Arnaud Fiorini Updates on Tracing in an HPC environment
14:40 14:55 Pierre-Frédérick Denys Distributed computation of critical path
14:55 15:15 Coffee break
15:15 15:30 Hervé Kabamba NodeCompass : a New Paradigm for Performance Evaluation in Event-based Node.js
15:30 15:45 Masoumeh Nourollahi Adaptive Tracing : Problematic Area Localization
15:45 15:55 Ahmad Faour Trace Coordinator
15:55 16:10 Maryam Ekhlasi Comparing distributed execution traces for understanding intermittent latency sources
16:10 16:25 Mohamed Adib Khan and Naser Ezzati Time Series Analysis for Adaptive Tracing
16:25 16:40 Pranjal Chakraborty and Naser Ezzati Early Detection and Proactive Taming of Memory Pressure Problems

Friday, December 9th: Hack-a-thon

Start time End time Presenter Subject
9:00 9:05 Breakfast and welcome
9:05 9:35 Ericsson Trace Compass Roadmap update
9:35 17:00 Hack-a-thon Informal hacking/tutorial on LTTng and Trace Compass. Come with your questions and projects and we'll all work on it together, or in small groups. Depending on the demand, some more formal sessions may be scheduled for those interested. We have the room all day. Bring your laptop or your whole desktop!