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A NICE Way to Test OpenFlow Applications

Marco Canini Daniele Venzano Peter Perešni and Dejan Kostić EPFL Jennifer Rexford Princeton University Abstract: The emergence of OpenFlow-capable switches enables exciting new network functionality at the risk of programming errors that make communication less reliable The centralized programming model where a single controller

Software

Marco Canini Anja Feldmann Dan Levin Fabian Schaffert Stefan Schmid November 2014 PDF Cite DOI Abstract Practically speaking most enterprises migrating to a software-defined network (SDN) must do so incrementally Panopticon offers an approach for designing and operating an interim hybrid network that combines both traditional and SDN

Marco Canini

ECOOP/Curry On program here The European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming covers all areas of object technology and related software development technologies The 29th edition takes place 5-10 July 2015 in Prague Czech Republic The program committee accepted 31 papers out of 136 submission In addition the program includes 13 workshops the doctoral symposium the summer

CiteSeerX — The Case for Reliable Software Transactional

BibTeX ARTICLE{Canini_thecase author = {Marco Canini and Petr Kuznetsov and Dan Levin and Stefan Schmid and Technische Universitt Berlin and Marco Canini and Petr Kuznetsov and Dan Levin and Stefan Schmid and Tu Berlin T-labs and Tlcom Paristech} title = {The Case for Reliable Software Transactional Networking} journal = {CoRR} year = {} pages = {1305--7429}}

SIGCOMM '16 Outrageous Opinion by Marco Canini

Aug 27 2016InstaPaper Publishing mcanini Marco Canini Assistant Professor KAUST Systems Networking Distributed Systems Member #SIGCOMM #USENIX #IEEE 1 222 citations 2 454 followers 1 839 following Benefits: • Instant gratification • Only positive feedback • Posthumous impact 17

SIGCOMM '16 Outrageous Opinion by Marco Canini

Aug 27 2016InstaPaper Publishing mcanini Marco Canini Assistant Professor KAUST Systems Networking Distributed Systems Member #SIGCOMM #USENIX #IEEE 1 222 citations 2 454 followers 1 839 following Benefits: • Instant gratification • Only positive feedback • Posthumous impact 17

Marcos' Garage

Marco even double checked my workmanship! This shop is a gem! You'll know it by the artwork all over the building I will be coming back very soon for some more work! Useful 2 Funny Cool Damian S Bell Gardens CA 0 friends 2 reviews 10 photos Share review Embed review 6/15/2018

A NICE Way to Test OpenFlow Applications

Marco Canini Daniele Venzano Peter Perešni and Dejan Kostić EPFL Jennifer Rexford Princeton University Abstract: The emergence of OpenFlow-capable switches enables exciting new network functionality at the risk of programming errors that make communication less reliable The centralized programming model where a single controller

Correct by Construction Networks Using Stepwise

author = {Leonid Ryzhyk and Nikolaj Bj{o}rner and Marco Canini and Jean-Baptiste Jeannin and Cole Schlesinger and Douglas B Terry and George Varghese} title = {Correct by Construction Networks Using Stepwise Refinement} booktitle = {14th {USENIX} Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation ({NSDI} 17)} year = {2017}

dblp: Marco Canini

Marco Chiesa Christoph Dietzel Gianni Antichi Marc Bruyere Ignacio Castro Mitch Gusat Thomas King Andrew W Moore Thanh Dang Nguyen Philippe Owezarski Steve Uhlig Marco Canini: Inter-domain networking innovation on steroids: empowering ixps with SDN capabilities

Marco Canini

Marco Canini is an assistant professor (tenure-track) in the department of Computing Science and Engineering at the Universit catholique de Louvain Marco obtained his Ph D in computer science and engineering from the University of Genoa in 2009 after spending the last year as a visiting student at the University of Cambridge Computer

Visit of Marco Canini (KAUST)

Bio: Marco Canini is an assistant professor in Computer Science at KAUST Marco obtained his Ph D in computer science and engineering from the University of Genoa in 2009 after spending the last year as a visiting student at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory

Members of the Technical Program Committee

May 04 2017Marco Canini (Universit Catholique de Louvain Belgium) Xiaojun Cao (Georgia State University USA) Antonio Capone (Politecnico di Milano Italy) Giovanna Carofiglio (Cisco Systems France) Paolo Casari (IMDEA Networks Institute Spain) Claudio Casetti (Politecnico di Torino Italy)

Marco Antonio Canini

Bibliografia Angelo Tamborra Marco Antonio Canini Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani v 18 Roma Istituto dell'Enciclopedia italiana 1975 F Guida L'Italia e il Risorgimento balcanico: Marco Antonio Canini Roma Edizioni dell'Ateneo 1984 G I Ascoli Lettera al Direttore del Politecnico Sul dizionario etimologico dei vocaboli italiani di origine ellenica con raffronti ad

A NICE Way to Test OpenFlow Applications

Marco Canini Daniele Venzano Peter Perešni and Dejan Kostić EPFL Jennifer Rexford Princeton University Abstract: The emergence of OpenFlow-capable switches enables exciting new network functionality at the risk of programming errors that make communication less reliable The centralized programming model where a single controller

INET: Marco Canini

Senior Research Scientist Marco is a senior research scientist at T-Labs a joint institute of TU Berlin and Telekom Innovation Laboratories Marco obtained his Ph D degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Genoa in 2009 after spending the last year as a visiting student at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory

Marco Canini

Marco Canini is an assistant professor (tenure-track) in the department of Computing Science and Engineering at the Universit catholique de Louvain Marco obtained his Ph D in computer science and engineering from the University of Genoa in 2009 after spending the last year as a visiting student at the University of Cambridge Computer

Marco Canini

Visualizza il profilo di Marco Canini su LinkedIn la pi grande comunit professionale al mondo Marco ha indicato 3 esperienze lavorative sul suo profilo Guarda il profilo completo su LinkedIn e scopri i collegamenti di Marco e le offerte di lavoro presso aziende simili

A NICE Way to Test OpenFlow Applications

Marco Canini Daniele Venzano Peter Perešni and Dejan Kostić EPFL Jennifer Rexford Princeton University Abstract: The emergence of OpenFlow-capable switches enables exciting new network functionality at the risk of programming errors that make communication less reliable The centralized programming model where a single controller

Seminar: Towards a Flexible Software

Biography Marco Canini is an assistant professor in the ICTEAM Institute at the University Catholique de Louvain Marco obtained his Ph D in computer science and engineering from the University of Genoa in 2009 after spending the last year as a visiting student at the University of

CiteSeerX — The Case for Reliable Software Transactional

BibTeX ARTICLE{Canini_thecase author = {Marco Canini and Petr Kuznetsov and Dan Levin and Stefan Schmid and Technische Universitt Berlin and Marco Canini and Petr Kuznetsov and Dan Levin and Stefan Schmid and Tu Berlin T-labs and Tlcom Paristech} title = {The Case for Reliable Software Transactional Networking} journal = {CoRR} year = {} pages = {1305--7429}}

Marco Canini

Welcome to the website of The 45th ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages (POPL 2018) The annual Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages is a forum for the discussion of all aspects of programming languages and programming systems Both theoretical and experimental papers are welcome on topics ranging from formal frameworks to experience reports

Marco Canini

Visualizza il profilo di Marco Canini su LinkedIn la pi grande comunit professionale al mondo Marco ha indicato 3 esperienze lavorative sul suo profilo Guarda il profilo completo su LinkedIn e scopri i collegamenti di Marco e le offerte di lavoro presso aziende simili

Visit of Marco Canini (KAUST)

Bio: Marco Canini is an assistant professor in Computer Science at KAUST Marco obtained his Ph D in computer science and engineering from the University of Genoa in 2009 after spending the last year as a visiting student at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory

SwitchML

Jul 15 2020Marco Canini Associate Professor of Computer Science My current interest is in designing better systems support for AI/ML and provide practical implementations deployable in the real-world Publications Scaling Distributed Machine Learning with In-Network Aggregation

Members of the Technical Program Committee

Apr 15 2016Marco Canini (Universit Catholique de Louvain (UCL) Belgium) Xiaojun Cao (Georgia State University USA) Antonio Capone (Politecnico di Milano Italy) Giovanna Carofiglio (Cisco Systems France) Paolo Casari (Institute IMDEA Networks Spain) Claudio Casetti (Politecnico di Torino Italy) Alberto Cerpa (University of California Merced USA)