FAST '24 Work-in-Progress Reports (WiPs)

The following Work-in-Progress Reports will be presented during the Work-in-Progress Reports (WiPs) Session on Wednesday, February 28, 10:45 am–11:45 am.

FINCHFS: Design of Ad-hoc File System for High-Performance Computing Workload
Sohei Koyama, Kohei Hiraga, and Osamu Tatebe, University of Tsukuba

Rowhammering Storage Devices
Noah Brown, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Boris Pismenny, EPFL, NVIDIA, and Technion; Tao Zhang, Andrew Kwong, and Donald E. Porter, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Dan Tsafrir, Technion and VMware Research; Aviad Zuck, Technion

Baking Disaster-Proof Kubernetes Applications with Efficient Recipes
Runyu Jin, Paul Muench, Travis Janssen, Brian Hatfield, and Veera Deenadhayalan, IBM Almaden Research Center

Towards Efficient Python Interpreter for Tiered Memory Systems
Yuze Li and Shunyu Yao, Virginia Tech; Jaiaid Mobin and M. Mustafa Rafique, Rochester Institute of Technology; Dimitrios Nikolopoulos, Kirshanthan Sundararajah, Huaicheng Li, and Ali R. Butt, Virginia Tech

Rack-Scale Memory Disaggregation over Ethernet
Weigao Su and Vishal Shrivastav, Purdue University

Plugging the Leaks in Secure Archival Systems
Christopher Smith, Maliha Tabassum, Soumya Chowdary Daruru, Gaurav Kulhare, and Arvin Wang, Stony Brook University; Ethan Miller, Pure Storage and University of California, Santa Cruz; Erez Zadok, Stony Brook University

LLM-assisted Automatic-Configuration and Tuning Framework for LSM-based Key-Value Stores
Madhumitha Sukumar, Jiaxin Dai, Kaushiki Singh, Vikriti Lokegaonkar, Viraj Thakkar, and Zhichao Cao, Arizona State University