Projects

RISELab pledges to use and develop open-source software and hardware, and it is the intention of all RISELab researchers that any software and hardware will be released under an open-source model, such as BSD or Apache.
BSD License | Apache License

Arx

A practical and functionally rich DBMS that encrypts data with only strong, semantically secure encryption schemes....

Async DataViz

A taxonomy of anomalies and policies, inspired from modeling the frontend as a distributed system and transactional semantics....

Drizzle

Drizzle is a hybrid streaming system that unifies the record-at-a-time streaming and micro-batch models....

Fluent

Fluent is a programming framework for easily building extremely low-latency applications that scale up across cores and servers....

NetPlay

NetPlay is a system that simultaneously supports the two properties of database monitoring using a new data structure....

Opaque

A distributed data analytics platform supporting a wide range of queries while providing strong security....

Paris

A data-driven modeling framework for accurately and economically estimating performance for user workloads across different VM types in the cloud....

Ray

Ray is a distributed execution framework aimed at making it easy to parallelize existing codebases....

Safebricks

A system for outsourcing general-purpose middleboxes to the cloud while providing strong security guarantees....

Tegra

A time-evolving graph processing system built on a general-purpose dataflow framework....

WAVE

WAVE provides global-scale authorization for IoT without an authority...