Omar Hassane defended his Master thesis on November 13, 2020.
On September 10th, 2019 the Master’s thesis defense was conducted by Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science at Concordia university. Leila Abdollahi Vayghan defended her thesis titled “Kubernetes as an Availability Manager for Microservices Based Applications“. In this work, Kubernetes was evaluated from the perspective of managing the availability of microservice-based applications. The results showed that the support that Kubernetes has for stateful microservice-based applications does not guarantee the service availability for all failure scenarios. Therefore, a solution was proposed which consists of a controller for Kubernetes that improve/enables the availability of stateful applications deployed by Kubernetes. This thesis will be available within a few weeks at SPECTRUM.
Mina Nabi has successfully defended her PhD thesis on September 4th 2019. The thesis is titled as “Automating the Upgrade of IaaS Cloud Systems” and will be available at SPECTRUM. The main objective of the work is to devise an approach and a framework for automating the upgrade of IaaS cloud systems, under SLA constraints for availability and elasticity. The proposed approach and framework address all the challenges of IaaS cloud upgrade in an integrated manner and it is applicable to upgrade of all kinds of IaaS resources.
On May 29, 2019 Navid Nazarzadeoghaz has successfully defended his Master thesis titled as “Generation of Network Service Descriptors from Network Service Requirement“. This work has been done in the context of ETSI NFV and the goal is to design network services automatically. His thesis will be available soon at SPECTRUM.