I am Chief Architect for Inteligent Cloud Operations at Huawei Munich Research Center in Munich, Germany. I am also Associate Professor at the University of Coimbra (Portugal), and affiliated to the Information Systems Group.
My current research involves the development of the next generation of AI-driven IT Operations tools and platforms. This field in nowadays generally called AIOps (artificial intelligence for IT operations). In planet-scale deployments, the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) of cloud platforms cannot be done any longer manually or simply with off-the-shelf solutions. It requires self-developed automated systems, ideally exploiting the use of AI to provide tools for autonomous cloud operations. My research looks into how deep learning, machine learning learning, distributed traces, graph analysis, and time-series analysis (sequence analysis) can be used to effectively detect and localize anomalous cloud infrastructure behaviors during operations to reduce the workload of human operators. These techniques are typically applied to Big Data coming from microservice observability data.
My group is currently developing the iForesight system which is being used to evaluate this new O&M approach. iForesight 2.0 is the result of more than 2 years of research with the goal to provide an intelligent new tool aimed at SRE cloud maintenance teams. It enables them to quickly detect, localize and predict anomalies thanks to the use of artificial intelligence when cloud services are slow or unresponsive.
The basic research areas we touch and integrate include:
- Cloud computing.
- Machine learning.
- Deep learning.
- Distributed systems.
- Software reliability.
They are applied to create new and innovative systems for:
- AI-driven Cloud Operations
- Fault prevention, prediction, detection, localization, and recovery.
- Planet-scale monitoring of distributed systems
- Applied machine learning for predictive software maintenance
- Natural Language Processing for systems’ behaviour analysis.
I currently have a few open positions for PhD students, postdocs, or professionals that would like to work with us to improve and extend with new ideas our system to release iForesight 3.0.
- PhD Position/Postdoc: AI-Driven Cloud Operations
- Permanent position: Cloud Reliability Engineer
- Permanent position: Junior/Senior Researcher Large-scale Distributed Systems
- Work in progress on process analytics: IDE-based Software Development Process Analytics
- Our article Anomaly Detection and Classification using Distributed Tracing and Deep Learning was accepted to CCGrid 2019, 14-17.05, Cyprus.
- Our article Efficient Failure Diagnosis of OpenStack using Tempest was accepted for publication at IEEE Internet Computing (Impact Factor 2018: 1.923).
- Jorge Cardoso Mastering AIOps with Deep Learning, Presentation at SRECon18, 29–31 August 2018, Dusseldorf, Germany.
- Georgia Kapitsaki, Josef Ioannou, Jorge Cardoso, Carlos Pedrinaci, “Linked USDL Privacy: Describing Privacy Policies for Service”, was published at the IEEE Inter. Conf. on Web Services (ICWS) (Conference Rank: A), 2-7 July 2018, San Francisco, USA, 2018.
- International Industry-Academia Workshop on Cloud Reliability and Resilience, 7-8 November 2016, Berlin, Germany.
- José María García, Pablo Fernández, Carlos Pedrinaci, Manuel Resinas, Jorge Cardoso, Antonio Ruiz-Cortés, “Modeling Service Level Agreements with Linked USDL Agreement”, IEEE Transactions on Services Computing (Impact Factor 2016: 3.049), pp. 52-65, Volume: 10, Issue: 1, Jan.-Feb. 1 2017.
- José María García, Carlos Pedrinaci, Manuel Resinas, Jorge Cardoso, Pablo Fernández, Antonio Ruiz-Cortés. Linked USDL Agreement: Effectively Sharing Semantic Service Level Agreements on the Web, The IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS), June 27 - July 2, 2015, New York, USA. (Acceptance Rate: 17.4%)
- Jorge Cardoso and Carlos Pedrinaci, Evolution and Overview of Linked USDL. 6th International Conference Exploring Services Science, IESS 2015, Porto, Portugal, February 4-6, 2015, LNBIP, Vol. 201, Novoa, Henriqueta, Dragoicea, Monica (Eds.), 2015.
- Pedrinaci, C.; Cardoso, J. and Leidig, T. Linked USDL: A Vocabulary for Web-scale Service Trading. In 11th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC), Crete, Greece, 2014. (Acceptance Rate: 25%)
- Cardoso, J.; Binz, T.; Breitenbucher, Uwe; Kopp, O. and Leymann, F. Cloud Computing Automation: Integrating USDL and TOSCA. In 25th Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE 2013), pages 1-16, Springer, LNCS, Vol. 7908, 2013. (Acceptance rate: 16,6%)
- Francesco Guerra (Chair) and Jorge Cardoso (Vice-Chair). COST Action IC1302: semantic KEYword-based Search on sTructured data sOurcEs, 2013-2017.
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- IEEE Conference Calls for Submissions
(Outdated) Previously he worked for several major companies such as SAP Research (Germany) on the Internet of Services, The Boeing Company in Seattle (USA) on Enterprise Application Integration and CCG/Zentrum fur Graphische Datenverarbeitung on Computer Supported Cooperative Work.
He has authored and co-authored more than 135 scientific publications and has been part of more than 120 program committees and organization bodies (journals and conferences). He his author/editor of 9 books. He holds 6 US and EU patents on process management and reliability engineering. GoogleScholar shows more than 8000 citations for his research work with an h-index of 42. His last book, titled Fundamentals of Service Systems from Springer, compiles results from the research work of his areas of interest: cloud computing, business process management, semantic Web, the Internet of Services, and service engineering.
He participated in European, German, US, and National research projects financed by the European Commission (FP7, EACEA), the German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF), SAP Research (SAP) and Portuguese NSF (FCT). He is a founding member of the IFIP Working Group 12.7 on Social Semantics.
He created and led until 2009 the development of the W3C Unified Service Description Language (USDL).
A good researcher says, "Lets find out", others say "Nobody knows". When a good researcher makes a mistake, he says, I was wrong", others say "It wasn't my fault". A good researcher works harder than others and has more time. Others are always "too busy" to do what is necessary.