Cloud Operating Systems
Table of Content
In this class, we will cover a range of topics around cloud computing:
- Cloud Computing Overview
- Resource Management
- Security Issues
- Centralized vs. Decentralized
As a new class, we’re expecting to start with a smaller number of students and work in teams to build our own hypervisor as a central concept in many cloud computing systems.
- 15.03. Introduction
- 22.03. Hypervisor in SWEB
- 10.5. Student Presentation: Microarchitectural Attacks on the Cloud
- 10.5. Student Presentation: Hardware-assisted Virtualization on non-Intel Processors
- 10.5. Student Presentation: VirtIO
Previous KnowledgeGood knowledge of, and substantial experience in, C and C++ (ESP, SEP, SNP). Basic knowledge of computer architecture. And most importantly, decent knowledge and understanding of operating systems concepts.
Prerequisites CurriculumSee position in the curriculum
ObjectiveAfter attending Cloud Operating Systems, students have a basic understanding of system-level concepts in modern clouds. They understand the basic tasks of a hypervisor as well as possible approaches to their implementation. Furthermore, they understand the necessary cooperation of the hypervisor with the operating system and the underlying hardware. Students are able to implement a real hypervisor on their own.
How to get a gradeProgramming Exercises, Oral Exercise Interviews (possibly virtual), and Written or Oral Exam (possibly virtual)