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Are COTS Suitable for Building Distributed Fault-Tolerant Hard Real-Time Systems?

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Are COTS Suitable for Building Distributed Fault-Tolerant Hard Real-Time Systems?
For economic reasons, a new trend in the development of distributed hard real-time systems is to rely on the use of CommercialO -The-Shelf cots hardware and operating systems. As such systems often support critical applications, they must comply with stringent realtime and fault-tolerance requirements. The use of cots components in distributed critical systems is subject to two fundamental questions: are cots components compatible with hard real-time constraints? are they compatible with fault-tolerance constraints? This paper gives the current status of the Hades project, aiming at building a distributed run-time support for hard real-time fault-tolerant applications on top of cots components. Thanks to our experience in the design of Hades, we can give some information on the compatibility between cots components and hard real-time and fault-tolerance constraints.
Pascal Chevochot, Antoine Colin, David Decotigny,
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where IPPS
Authors Pascal Chevochot, Antoine Colin, David Decotigny, Isabelle Puaut
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