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From Pavithra Kulathilaka <>
Subject Re: Research on Investigating issues related to deploying Airavata on multi-tenant environments
Date Thu, 11 Jun 2015 15:31:06 GMT
Hi All,

This is a research idea I started to work on sometime back but
unfortunately I couldn't continue the research.
Now I'd like to resume this and hope to complete the work.

However I've seen some of the work related to this are in
progress/completed like the multi-tenancy support in Airavata.
But I think still this research area is open and there are plenty of tasks
to work on.
Please let me know If you think otherwise.

Right now I'm analyzing the added/changed features in Airavata and to
reevaluate the research tasks.
So It would be really helpful if you could point me if there are any
specific tasks that I should work on related to this or any other new areas
which I should consider to work on.


On Sat, Sep 22, 2012 at 11:26 PM, Pavithra Kulathilaka <
> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm Pavithra Kulathilaka currently reading MSc(2012) in University of
> Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.
> I've selected the research idea of *"**Investigate computer science
> issues related to deploying Airavata or Rave in a multitenancy environment
> such as Google’s App Engine" *as my MSc research under the supervision of
> Dr Shahani Weerawarna.
> For the initial phase I'm going to concentrate only on deploying Airavata
> on Google's App-engine and if the scope is smaller then will consider Rave
> and other multi-tenant environments.
> The identified research tasks are
>    - Research mechanisms and techniques to overcome the challenges in
>    deploying Airavata in a generic multi-tenant cloud environment.
>    - Contribute an Airavata build and deployment to the Google app engine
>    specific multi-tenant environment.
>    - Conduct experiments to measure and assess the resultant auto scaling
>    and load balancing capabilities of Airavata’s Google app engine deployment.
> This is expected to be finished by the end of the next year and looking
> forward for your thoughts, suggestions and support regarding this research.
> Thanks,
> Regards,
> --
> Pavithra Kulathilaka.

Pavithra Kulathilaka.

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