Justin Meza

Research Scientist

I work on the Core Systems team at Facebook. My goal is to research and design the most efficient and reliable data centers in the world.

I received my BS in computer science at the University of California at Los Angeles in 2010 and my MS in electrical and computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University in 2014.


Data centers, efficiency, reliability and disaster readiness

Latest Publications

Taiji: Managing Global User Traffic for Large-Scale Internet Services at the Edge

David Chou, Tianyin Xu, Kaushik Veeraraghavan, Andrew Newell, Sonia Margulis, Lin Xiao, Pol Mauri Ruiz, Justin Meza, Kiryong Ha, Shruti Padmanabha, Kevin Cole, Dmitri Perelman

SOSP - October 29, 2019

A Large Scale Study of Data Center Network Reliability

Justin Meza, Tianyin Xu, Kaushik Veeraraghavan, Onur Mutlu

IMC - October 31, 2018

Maelstrom: Mitigating Datacenter-level Disasters by Draining Interdependent Traffic Safely and Efficiently

Kaushik Veeraraghavan, Justin Meza, Scott Michelson, Sankaralingam Panneerselvam, Alex Gyori, David Chou, Sonia Margulis, Daniel Obenshain, Ashish Shah, Yee Jiun Song, Tianyin Xu

OSDI - October 9, 2018

Kraken: Leveraging Live Traffic Tests to Identify and Resolve Resource Utilization Bottlenecks in Large Scale Web Services

Kaushik Veeraraghavan, Justin Meza, David Chou, Wonho Kim, Sonia Margulis, Scott Michelson, Rajesh Nishtala, Daniel Obenshain, Dmitri Perelman, Yee Jiun Song

OSDI - November 2, 2016

Dynamo: Facebook’s Data Center-Wide Power Management System

Qiang Wu, Qingyuan Deng, Lakshmi Ganesh, Chang-Hong Raymond Hsu, Yun Jin, Sanjeev Kumar, Bin Li, Justin Meza, Yee Jiun Song

ISCA - June 18, 2016

A Large-Scale Study of Flash Memory Failures in the Field

Justin Meza, Qiang Wu, Sanjeev Kumar, Onur Mutlu

ACM Sigmetrics - June 15, 2015