Edouard Bugnion joined EPFL in 2012, where his focus is on datacenter systems. His areas of interest include operating systems, datacenter infrastructure (systems and networking), and computer architecture.
Before joining EPFL, Edouard spent 18 years in the US, where he studied at Stanford and co-founded two startups: VMware and Nuova Systems (acquired by Cisco). At VMware from 1998 until 2005, he played many roles including CTO. At Nuova/Cisco from 2005 until 2011, he helped build the core engineering team and became the VP/CTO of Ciscos Server, Access, and Virtualization Technology Group, a group that brought to market Ciscos Unified Computing System (UCS) platform for virtualized datacenters.
Prof. Bugnion is a Fellow of the ACM. Together with his colleagues, he received the ACM Software System Award for VMware 1.0 in 2009. His paper Disco: Running Commodity Operating Systems on Scalable Multiprocessors" received a Best Paper Award at SOSP '97 and was entered into the ACM SIGOPS Hall of Fame Award in 2008. At EPFL, he received the OSDI 2014 Best Paper Award for his work on the IX dataplane operating system
I am generally interested in all aspects of data center systems. Together with my students, we are currently active in projects focused on :
As a member of the EPFL "Direction", I am not teaching this semester. Previously, I taught:
(with Prof. Argyraki, Prof. Candea, and Prof. Koch) (F12, F 13, F14, F15)
S14,S15,S16 (f.k.a CS-622)
(with Dr. Chappelier) S16
|Ph.D.||Computer Science||Stanford University||2012|
|M.Sc.||Computer Science||Stanford University||1996|
Computer Systems, Data center infrastructure and networking, Operating systems, Virtualization