Microservices Observatory is a collection of projects meant to disentangle and illuminate the complexity of effectively managing high-performance and available cloud-native applications. Currently, our focus revolves around several distinct thrusts:
A digital clone of a microservices infrastructure provides integration of several learning-based AIOPs (specifically those based on Bayesian optimization and Reinforcement ).
A first look at open issues of over 40 operators from one of the most prominent operator frameworks (Operator Hub).
A framework that turbo-charges existing Kubernetes operators to support virtualization, finer-grained security, and defense capabilities.
An observability framework to manage eBPF-based distributed systems.
We presented our vision for Suture at the ACM Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (CoNEXT) virtual event on December & 15, 2020.
[September 2021] Theo, received a $250K grant from VMWare for research on ``Human in the Loop AIOps'' for Microservices management.
[April 2021] Theo, received a $50K grant from NEC to work on data-driven approaches for improving web performance on 5G.
Coming soon ....