Anshul Jindal has been accepted as a participant to the Software Campus program

Anshul Jindal's proposal on "Behavioral Modeling of Application Functions in Serverless Computing" is accepted at Software campus partnered with Huawei Munich research centre and will receive a funding of 100,000 euros.

About Software Campus:
Software Campus aims at combining industry and science together in order to train the IT managers of the future. It specifically combines cutting-edge research and practical relevance. The software campus is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). Industrial companies DATEV eG, Holtzbrinck Publishing Group, Huawei, IAV GmbH, Merck, Rohde & Schwarz, Software AG, TRUMPF Group, Carl Zeiss AG are partners of this program.

About Proposal:
The automatic management of resources in serverless computing known as Function-as-a-Service (Faas) facilitates application development by offloading resource management to the cloud platform. When extending FaaS to heterogeneous clusters (edge cloud continuum), challenges like communication latencies, function scheduling, and data access patterns grow further. This proposal focusses on mitigating these challenges by automatically characterizing the behavior of functions across these clusters. It also includes analyses in the context of industry solutions like Huawei’s HiLink, a smart home interconnection platform, or intelligent manufacturing solutions.