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Jörn Kuhlenkamp

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M.Sc. in Informationswirtschaft

Jörn has been working as a research associate in the ISE research group since June 2014. Before this, he had a research associate position at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)'s eOrganisation research group. He is a regular lecturer for academic courses at TU Berlin and professional training courses in various industries. He has done several internships, e.g., at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York. Jörn has a Diploma and a Master's Degree in Information Engineering and Management (2011) from KIT.

Jörn's main interests are the design and benchmarking of modern and complex, distributed systems infrastructure including managed services, e.g., Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and open source systems, e.g., resource management (OpenStack), containers (Docker), cluster management (Kubernetes, Swarm, Apache Mesos), NoSQL (Apache Cassandra, Apache HBase, Riak), messaging (Apache Kafka), compute frameworks (Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark). Furthermore, Jörn is interested in exploring continuous operation strategies for distributed applications running on top of distributed systems infrastructure.

Publications

The Ifs and Buts of Less is More: A Serverless Computing Reality Check
Citation key paper_kuhlenkamp_et_al_ic2e_2020_ifs_and_buts
Author Jörn Kuhlenkamp and Sebastian Werner and Stefan Tai
Title of Book Proceedings of The International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E 2020), 21-24 April 2020, Sydney, Australia
Year 2020
Month 4
Organization IEEE
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