John C. McCullough
Computer Science and Engineering
UC San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive, Dept 0404
La Jolla, CA 92093-0404
jmccullo ( a ) cs ucsd edu
EducationComputer Science Department at Harvey Mudd College in 2006. I received my M.S. from UCSD in 2008.
The goal of scc is to model data center application requirements and the possible configurations to identify a low cost server configuration that can satisfy a given workload. Dcswitch projects page
Applying ideas from congestion control to storage to adaptively achieve a good tradeoff between latency and throughput for clients of distributed storage systems. This is work with John Dunagan and Alec Wolman at Microsoft Research.
I spent time working on the Potemkin Virtual Honeyfarm. My contributions included extending flash-cloning to fully-virtualized machines in Xen as well as re-architecting portions of the honeyfarm control code and building the new vt-enabled honeyfarm cluster. (Potemkin The Historical Object).