In this paper, we describe AppxDL, an algorithm for approximate classification of workloads of running processes in big data environments via deep learning (deep neural networks). The Deep Neural Network is trained with some workloads which belong to known categories (e.g., compiler, file compressor, etc..). Its purpose is to extract the type of workload from the executions of reference programs, so that a Neural Model of the workloads can be learned. When the learning phase is completed, the Deep Neural Network is available as Neural Model of the known workloads. We describe the AppxDL algorithm and we report and discuss some significant results we have achieved with it.

An Innovative Deep-Learning Algorithm for Supporting the Approximate Classification of Workloads in Big Data Environments

Cuzzocrea A.;
2019

Abstract

In this paper, we describe AppxDL, an algorithm for approximate classification of workloads of running processes in big data environments via deep learning (deep neural networks). The Deep Neural Network is trained with some workloads which belong to known categories (e.g., compiler, file compressor, etc..). Its purpose is to extract the type of workload from the executions of reference programs, so that a Neural Model of the workloads can be learned. When the learning phase is completed, the Deep Neural Network is available as Neural Model of the known workloads. We describe the AppxDL algorithm and we report and discuss some significant results we have achieved with it.
978-3-030-33616-5
Deep learning
Virtualized environment
Workload classification
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