Luiz André Barroso, vice president of engineering at Google, is the foremost architect of ultra-scale datacenters, an ACM Fellow, recipient of the 2020 ACM-IEEE CS Eckert-Mauchly Award, and co-author of "The Datacenter as a Computer," the authoritative textbook on warehouse-scale computing systems. In an interview, he discusses his work, including rethinking the datacenter, improving Google Maps, and using software efficiencies to improve hardware.
From Association for Computing Machinery
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