Chris Misa is a PhD student in the Computer Science Department at the University of Oregon. Working with advisors Ramakrishnan Durairajan and Reza Rejaie and as part of the Oregon Network Research Group, Chris explores the design, implementation, and performance of advanced monitoring systems for modern, high-speed, virtualized networks. Additionally, Chris enjoys Linux, programming in C, and plugging wires into boxes.
The increasing complexity of modern computer networks raises new issues for network monitoring and control systems. In particular, existing monitoring systems tend to fall into one of two, nondesirable groups: either providing rough estimation of key information (e.g. SFLOW), or requiring massive collection and processing overheads (e.g. INT).
Chris's research explores the possibilities afforded by recent advances in network switch hardware and OS-level network virtualization to address these two undesirable tendancies. In particular, Chris is interested in maximizing the utilization of hardware and OS resources, while minimizing the overheads of collecting and post-processing measurement data. Ultimately network measurement should be an agile, lightweight, and versatile tool to serve as the sensory system for advanced network control schemes.
Lessons Learned Organizing the PAM 2020 Virtual Conference
Chris Misa, Dennis Guse, Oliver Hohlfeld, Ramakrishnan Durairajan, Anna Sperotto, Alberto Dainotti, Reza Rejaie
In Proceedings of ACM SIGCOMM CCR, July 2020
Can We Containerize Internet Measurements?
Chris Misa, Sudarsun Kannan, and Ramakrishnan Durairajan