Allan Espinosa


  1. A. Espinosa, Deepening DevOps with Math, posted at Engineyard's blog, 2016 Jul. [blog]
  2. A. Espinosa, Autoscaling Containers...with Math,
  3. A. Espinosa, Packaging and Shipping Rails Applications in Docker, presented at RailsConf. 2016 Apr. [youtube] [speakerdeck] [nexus community]
  4. A. Espinosa, Docker High Performance, Birmingham, UK: Packt Publishing, 2016 Jan. [amazon]
  5. A. Espinosa, 継続的デリバリー To deliver organizational value, presented at Operations Research Society of Japan 晩今日会. 2015 Jul. [doi]
  6. A. Espinosa, Treat your servers like your Ruby App: Infrastructure as Code, presented at RubyConf Philippines. 2015 Mar. [slideshare]
  7. A. Espinosa, Pic for expressive LaTeX diagrams, posted at LaTeX community - Know How, 2012 June. [blog]
  8. A. Espinosa, Cybershake on opportunistic cyberinfrastructures, Master's thesis, University of Chicago, Chicago, 2011. [mendeley]
  9. M. Wilde, I. Foster, K. Iskra, P. Beckman, Z. Zhang, A. Espinosa, M. Hategan, B. Clifford, I. Raicu, Parallel Scripting for Applications at the Petascale and Beyond, in Computer , vol. 42, no. 11, pp. 50-60, 2009. [doi]
  10. A. Espinosa, Collective data management strategies for loosely coupled petascale programming, poster presented at the SC09 Early Adopters Ph.D. Workshop, Portland, OR, Nov. 2009. [web]
  11. M. Wilde, I. Raicu, A. Espinosa, Z. Zhang, B. Clifford, M. Hategan, S. Kenny, K. Iskra, P. Beckman, and I. Foster, Extreme-scale scripting: Opportunities for large task-parallel applications on petascale computers, Journal of Physics Conference Series, vol. 180, no. 1, July 2009. [doi]
  12. N. Libatique, G. Tangonan, et. al., Design of a Tropical Rain--Disaster Alarm System: A New Approach based on Wireless Sensor Networks and Acoustic Rain Rate Measurements presented at the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, Singapore, May 2009. [doi]
  13. Z. Zhang, A. Espinosa, et. al., Design and evaluation of a collective I/O model for loosely-coupled petascale programming, presented at the IEEE Workshop on Many-Task Computing on Grids and Supercomputers, Austin, TX, Nov. 2008. [doi]