[talks] Invited Talk 3 pm Today

kzhu at CS.Princeton.EDU kzhu at CS.Princeton.EDU
Fri Sep 21 15:05:04 EDT 2007

> All are welcome!
> Title: Whole System Monitoring in Windows
> Venue: CS 105
> Time: 3 pm - 4 pm, Friday, 09/21/2007
> Abstract:
> Operating Systems like Windows are extremely complex and often there are many
> interactions between the software and services running in the system which
> changes its persistent state. Managing, diagnosing and also securing
> one or more Windows systems can be difficult unless one is able to understand
> and deal with the complex persistent state system interactions.
> In this talk, we describe WinResMon, a monitoring infrastructure for Windows
> which does whole-level system monitoring. By looking at all the system
> interactions, we are able to explain questions about resource usage,
> dependencies and interactions over time.
> Ideally, one should capture all interesting system interactions continuously
> but such continuous monitoring raises its own challenges. We will discuss
> some of these during the talk.
> Bio:
> Roland Yap is an associate professor at the Department of Computer Science,
> National University of Singapore. He is one of the primary authors
> of the CLP(R) system which was the first CLP language with arithmetic
> constraints. His current research interests are in the area of
> constraints, programming languages, security and bioinformatics.
> He obtained his B.Sc and Ph.D from Monash University, Australia.
> URL: http://www.comp.nus.edu.sg/~ryap/
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