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Fluxo: a system for internet service programming by non-expert developers

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Fluxo: a system for internet service programming by non-expert developers
Over the last 10–15 years, our industry has developed and deployed many large-scale Internet services, from e-commerce to social networking sites, all facing common challenges in latency, reliability, and scalability. Over time, a relatively small number of architectural patterns have emerged to address these challenges, such as tiering, caching, partitioning, and pre- or post-processing computeintensive tasks. Unfortunately, following these patterns requires developers to have a deep understanding of the trade-offs involved in these patterns as well as an end-to-end understanding of their own system and its expected workloads. The result is that non-expert developers have a hard time applying these patterns in their code, leading to low-performing, highly suboptimal applications. In this paper, we propose FLUXO, a system that separates an Internet service’s logical functionality from the architectural decisions made to support performance, scalability, and reliability. FLUXO achi...
Emre Kiciman, V. Benjamin Livshits, Madanlal Musuv
Added 10 Jul 2010
Updated 10 Jul 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where CLOUD
Authors Emre Kiciman, V. Benjamin Livshits, Madanlal Musuvathi, Kevin C. Webb
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