Xiaoning Ding is a CIFellow at Intel ISTC for Cloud Computing. He received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering at the Ohio State University. He is working in experimental computer systems areas, including operating systems, cloud computing and distributed systems, computer architecture, and database systems. Collaborating with researchers at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, he has designed and implemented several effective solutions for testing and diagnosing applications migrated into the emerging cloud computing environments. Several his open source system prototypes have been used by industries and research community, including BP-Wrapper (appeared in ICDE'09), software cache partitioning (appeared in HPCA'08), and DiskSeen (appeared in USENIX'07). He received a CRA/NSF CIFellowship in 2010, a Graduate Research Award at Ohio State in 2007, and the Best Student Paper Award in USENIX LISA'08.