Talk: New Frontiers in Cloud Computing for Big Data and Internet-of-Things (IoT) Applications

Prof. Rajkumar Buyya Director, Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems (CLOUDS) Lab, The University of Melbourne, Australia CEO, Manjrasoft Pvt Ltd, Melbourne, Australia Abstract Computing is being transformed to a model consisting of services that are commoditised and delivered in a manner similar to utilities such as water, electricity, gas, and […]

Iberdrola research grants awarded to Marina Zapater

Our colleague, Dr. Marina Zapater has been awarded a research grant by Fundación Iberdrola to lead a project on the optimization of renewable energies by using demand modelling techniques in SmartGrid. The project will be undertaken with Prof. José Luis Ayala, and Prof. José L. Risco, at Universidad Complutense de […]

Former Group Members

Information changed? Please, send updates using our contact form Former Members Ignacio Aransay MSc Telecommunication Engineering, June 2015. Alberto Ibáñez MSc Electronic Engineering, June 2015. Javier Maestro Production Engineer at Facebook, Mountain View, CA Zorana Bankovic, PhD Data Scientist at Frontiers (2015- ). Post-Doc IMDEA Software Institute (2012-2015). Best PhD Thesis […]

Delphix Nets $75M in Funding to Scale Data-as-a-Service Business

Data-as-a-Service provider Delphix announced it has raised a $75-million funding round to scale sales, marketing, and operations across global geographies. Delphix said the investment will also allow it to more aggressively invest in cloud, analytics, and data security technologies to further build out its platform. Fidelity Management and Research Company […]

VMware, Carahsoft to Settle Government IT Contract Dispute for $75.5M

VMware and Carahsoft will pay a $75.5 million settlement to resolve allegations that they had overcharged the government and violated the False Claims Act. The allegations were around misrepresenting commercial pricing practices and overcharging the government for VMware software products and related services, according to the Department of Justice. VMware […]

Weekly DCIM News Roundup: June 19

Upon being acquired by Legrand, Raritan spins off its DCIM product to form Sunbird Software; No Limits extends its RaMP DCIM solution to building management systems with the addition of Modbus functionality; CommScope partners with HP for its iTRACS DCIM platform, and CenturyLink’s use of DCIM in its data centers […]

iomart Acquires London Public Cloud Consultancy SystemsUp for £12.5M

This article originally appeared at The WHIR UK cloud company iomart has acquired public cloud consultancy SystemsUp, a company that offers design and delivery of public cloud services, for £12.5 million (around $19.1 million). Based in London, SystemsUp is a self-described specialized “IT technical consultancy dealing solely with service providers […]

Data center efficiency means co-operation within your company by Peter Judge

Last week saw the launch of another award for green data centers. But do we need another one, and what are these awards achieving? The Efficient IT stamp of approval from the Uptime Institute joins Uptime’s well-established Tier system for reliability, and the Brill Awards for efficiency. It has two […]

Team Members

The GreenLSI team provides methods and tools to reduce the total energy consumption of data centres pretty much below the available technologies in the state of the art. Unlike previous approaches, we use knowledge about the cooling and computing resources, as well as the applications, and the previous execution history […]

Premios actua_COM. Prueba de concepto en el Centro de Datos de Produban

Green LSI (con Jose M. Moya a la cabeza) consigue un premio accésit y una prueba de concepto en los Centros de Datos de Produban en España (Banco Santander) conseguidos en los premios de #actua_COM. El 5 de junio tuvo lugar la entrega de premios de la primera edición de la […]